LV:Wholesome Design for Wicked Problems/card-text

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According to Horst Rittel "wicked problems" are resistant to the rationalist approach to planning and design of large- scale systems. There are, however, ways forward. The first is to shift the goal of action on significant problems from "solution" to "intervention." Instead of seeking the answer that totally eliminates a problem, one should recognize that actions occur in an ongoing process, and further actions will always be needed.