Holistic Approach

Holistic refers to the trend that allows us to understand events from the point of view of the multiple interactions that characterize it. This corresponds to an integrative attitude as well as to an explanatory theory that orients towards a contextual understanding of the processes, their protagonists and their contexts.
Holistic refers to the way of seeing things, in their totality, as a whole, in their complexity, since in this way one can appreciate interactions, particularities and processes that are usually not perceived if one studies separately the aspects that make up the whole.

There are several ways to study the systems that make up the world. The methodological and epistemological position called holistic postulates that the way to do it should be taking the whole as the object of study of a system and not only from its conforming parts.

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The word holism comes from a Greek word (yolos) that means everything, totality, entirely. According to this method of study, one should take the physical, biological, economic, mental, linguistic, and social systems as totalities and analyze the whole together with the characteristics of the system and not only refer to the parts.

This method of study considers the synergism of the parties as important and not their individuality.