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Let us accept that system and environment are not separate conceptual entities and that there are only socio-ecological, complemental holons where none of the people, the organizations or the planet can survive separation.
As to the variety of cars, at the beginning of alliance there was complemental relationship between Renault and Nissan, then they started to work together to develop new cars jointly with the progress of alliance.
According to the ex-president Lee, "the two universities are famous for similar domains; therefore, merging provides little complemental benefit to each other but causes shift or layoff in employment.
But there is the other, complemental self: Thoreau as driftwood in the stream.
This complemental function is as well stressed by Coro Malaxecheverria, who sees in the female threesome formed by Maria, Elsa, and the elderly Matilde a representation of "los tres elementos o cabezas que forman el monstruo (i.