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The Camp Cross Croutons The Camp Cross Croutons is the title of the first community I believed I truly belonged to and that belonged to me personally. In this paper I will be reflecting on this substantial culture I had been a part of, and then viewing it as a system, through the lens of "new science". I will investigate the sometimes paradoxical ideas of emergence, autopoiesis, Maturana's "Science of cognition", structural coupling, insanity and dissipative structures. Camp Cross, along with the Croutons From the time that I was three, Camp Cross was a familiar summer getaway for me. An aged weathered group of cabins and meeting halls on Lake Coeur d’Alene at Idaho, it was a great place to run, swim, kayak and become a kid. As my family of origin climbed more dysfunctional, Camp Cross became an area to escape to if school was out. Almost magically, beginning at the age of fifteen, I felt that a shift to a place of some privilege in the brief summer culture of Camp Cross. While I would not have employed these words back then, I left a place for myself to experience myself profoundly as both a member and a pioneer. Being a penis was initially a simple matter of being at Camp Cross and spending time together. Being a real leader was a little more complicated- that I was the greatest(or at least the loudest) guitarist in the group. The camp along with my fellow campers, by design a summer recreation, emerged as a place of solace, security and loved ones that arose as my family of origin came apart. Capra (2002) would probably refer to the as an emerging structure. The title? 'Camp Cross Croutons' was initially a nickname for a volleyball group. It had been alliterative and totally free of the pat...