In thermodynamics schools, the Prigogine school refers to the theories and ideas surrounding the work of Belgian chemist Ilya Prigogine and his so-called "disciples". The Prigogine school, so to speak, is a subset, branch-off, or precipitate of the Belgian school or rather Brussels school of thermodynamics.

Further reading
● Prigogine, Ilya. (2003). Is the Future Given? (Prigogine’s school of Non-Equilibrium Physics, pg. 82). World Scientific.
● Luisi, Pier L. (2006). The Emergence of Life: from Chemical Origins to Synthetic Biology (Prigogine school, pg. 107). Cambridge University Press.
● Ramirez, Rafael, Selsky, John W., Heijden, Kees Van Der. (2010). Business Planning for Turbulent Times (Prigogine school, pg. 82). Earthscan.

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