Returning to this article here, a few selections from the conclusions:
"The problem is not to create a general theory covering everything.... Rather, the problem is to consider...all aspects of reality...in the light of the complexity of system and organization."
"Holism becomes a new kind of reductionism by reducing everything to the whole."
"We begin to catch a glimpse of a new form of rationality....[that] allows us to perceive not only the fish but the ocean as well--that is to say, that which can never be caught."
"The system paradigm demands that we master...the desire for mastery." (13-14)
Comments on the above 4 quotes:
The difference between a theory of everything and a theory for anything;
Intergral-aperspectivity founded on the withdrawn;
Stepping out of anthropomorphic correlationism.