Definition of Self-organization

1. Noun. Organizing yourself (especially organizing your own labor union).

Exact synonyms: Self-organisation
Generic synonyms: Organisation, Organization



Definition of Self-organization

1. Noun. (cybernetics) A process of attraction and repulsion in which the internal organization of a system, normally an open system, increases in complexity without being guided or managed by an outside source. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-organization

self-love
self-loving
self-made
self-mastery
self-medication
self-medicator
self-medicators
self-metathesis
self-mortification
self-motivated
self-moving
self-murder
self-officiated
self-opinionated
self-organisation
self-organization (current term)
self-organizing
self-perpetuating
self-pity
self-pitying
self-poisoning
self-pollinated
self-pollinating
self-pollination
self-polluted
self-polluter
self-polluters

Literary usage of Self-organization

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1. Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law ...: By John W. Burgess by John William Burgess (1891)
"... Senate this power of self-organization, at least when the President or a minister is accused. The constitution should, however, have made this plainer. ..."

2. Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law by John William Burgess (1890)
"... Senate this power of self-organization, at least when the President or a minister is accused. The constitution should, however, have made this plainer. ..."

3. Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law by John William Burgess (1891)
"... Senate this power of self-organization, at least when the President or a minister is accused. The constitution should, however, have made this plainer. ..."

4. The Boy Scout Movement Applied by the Church by Norman Egbert Richardson, Ormond Eros Loomis (1915)
"Tendencies toward self-organization are a natural characteristic of boys in early adolescence. The group activities that are undertaken on the basis of ..."

5. The Boy Scout Movement Applied by the Church by Norman Egbert Richardson, Ormond Eros Loomis (1915)
"But this friction is evidence of the instinctive demand for organization. Tendencies toward self-organization are a natural characteristic of boys ..."

6. History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851: A Study of by Mary Floyd Williams (1921)
"The precedents set in the days of self-protection and self-organization long persisted as vital influences in the local consciousness and irresistibly ..."

7. History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851: A Study of by Mary Floyd Williams (1921)
"The precedents set in the days of self-protection and self-organization long persisted as vital influences in the local consciousness and irresistibly ..."

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