In Chapter 2 we demonstrated how different levels of social order are connected to each other. We mentioned three such orders:

Interaction systems characterised by a sort of ad hoc order that requires immediate real-time coordination between involved psychic systems;

Organisation systems characterised by a formal order through decision premises and rules;

Society as the encompassing social system, i.e. the highest level of social order and the most inclusive social system; inclusive here means that society includes every other social system.