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1. Lipnack, Jessica / Stamps, Jeffrey.  Networking; the first report and directory. Doubleday, 1982.

2. Feyerabend, Paul K.  Against Method; outline of an anarchist theory of knowledge. Verso, 1978.

3. Illich, Ivan.  Medical Nemesis; the expropriation of health. Pantheon, 1976.

4. Attali, Jacques.  L'Ordre cannibale. Paris, Grasset, 1979.

5. Attali, Jacques.  Les Trois Mondes; pour une theorie de l'apres-crise. Paris, Fayard, 1981.

6. Rescher, Nicholas.  Cognitive Systematization; a system-theoretic approach to a coherent theory of knowledge. Oxford, Blackwell, 1979.

7. Morin, Edgar.  Pour Sortir du XXe Siecle. Paris, Fernand Nathan, 1981.

8. Bohm, David.  Wholeness and the Implicate Order. Routledge and Kegan Pual, 1980.

9. Wallerstein, Immanuel.  Patterns and prospectives of the capitalist world-economy. Tokyo, United Nations University, 1981  (HSDRSCA-74/UNUP-300).

11. Wallerstein, Immanuel.  La crise comme transition. In: ref. 11, pp. 10-56.

12. Amin, Samir / Arrighi, Giovanni / Frank, Andre Gunder / Wallerstein, Immanuel.  La Crise, Quelle Crise?. Paris, Maspero, 1982.

13. Addo, Herb.  Approaching the New International Economic Order dialectically and transformationally. Tokyo, United Nations University, 1982  (HSDRGPID-53/UNUO-318).

14. Addo, Herb.  World-system critique of Eurocentric concepts of development. Unpublished manuscript, 1981.

15. Hofstadter, Douglas.  Gödel, Escher, Bach; an eternal golden braid. Harvester Press, 1979.

16. Levy, Paul.  Reflexions sur les associations internationales non-gouvernementales oeuvrant pour la paix. Associations Transnationales, 32, 1980, 10, pp. 405-406.

17. Atlan, Henri.  Le Cristal et la fumee. Paris, Seuil, 1979.

18. Stengers, Y. Prigogine et J.  La Nouvelle Alliance. Paris, Gailimard, 1979.

19. Thom, René.  Modèles Mathematiques de la Morphogènese. Christian Bourgois, 1980.

20. Jantsch, Erich / Waddington, Conrad H.  (Eds.).    Evolution and Consciousness; human systems in transition. Addision-Wesley, 1976.

21. Jantsch, Erich.  The Self-Organizing Universe: scientific and human implications of the emerging paradigm of evolution. Pergamon, 1980.

22. Judge, Anthony. Beyond method; engaging opposition in psycho-social organization (Paper for the methodology meeting of the UN University GPID project, Bucharest, 1981) [text]

23. Judge, Anthony. Patterns of N-foldness; comparison of integrated multi-set concept schemes as forms of presentation (Paper for GPID Forms of Presentation meeting, June 1980) [text]

24. Judge, Anthony. Needs communications; viable needs patterns and their identification. In: Katrin Lederer (Ed.). Human Needs; a contribution to the current debate. Konigstein, Verlag Anton Hain, 1980, pp. 279-312 [text]

25. Penser, / Classer,.  Le Genre Humain. Paris, Fayard), 2, 1982  (special issue).

26. Judge, Anthony. Anti-developmental biases in thesaurus design (Ppaer for the UNESCO Conference on conceptual and terminological analysis. Bielefeld, 1981). In: Proceedings, Gesellschaft fuer Klassifikation, Frankfurt/Main, 1981 [text]

27. Judge, Anthony. Alternation between development modes; reinforcing dynamic conception through functional classification of international organizations and their concerns. (Paper for a meeting of Integrative Group B of the UN University GPID project, Athens, 1982) [text]

28. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

29. Bateson, Gregory.  Mind and Nature; a necessary unity. New York, Dutton, 1979.

30. De Nicolas, Antonio T.  Meditations through the Rg Veda. Shambhala, 1978.

31. McClain, Ernest G.  The Myth of Invariance: the origins of the gods, mathematics and music from the Rg Veda to Plato. Shambhala, 1978.

32. Heelan, Patrick A.  The Logic of Changing Classificatory Frameworks. In: Jerzy A. Wojciechowski (Ed.). Conceptual Basis for the Classification of Knowledge. Muenchen, K G Saur, 1974, pp. 260-274.

33. Hooker, C. A.  The impact of quantum theory on the conceptual bases for the classification of knowledge. In: Jerzy A. Wojciechowski (Ed.)., ref. 32.

34. Judge, Anthony. Liberation of integration; pattern, oscillation, harmony and embodiment (Paper for the 5th Network Meeting of the UN University GPID project, Montreal, 1980) [text]

35. Alexander, Christopher.  A Pattern Language. Oxford University Press, 1977.

36. Alexander, Christopher.  The Timeless Way of Building. Oxford University Press, 1979.

37. Toffler, Alvin.  The Third Wave. New York, William Morrow, 1980.

38. Prigogine, Ilya.  Order through fluctuation: self-organization and social system. In: Erich Jantsch (Ed.)., ref. 20.

39. Prigogine, Ilya.  From Being to Becoming; time and complexity in the physical sciences. San Francisco, Freeman, 1980.

40. Jantsch, Erich.  Design for Evolution; self-organization and planning in the life of human systems. New York, George Braziller, 1975.

41. Klapp, Orrin E.  Opening and Closing; strategies and information adaptation in society. Cambridge University Press. 1978.

42. Rokeach, Milton.  The Open and Closed Mind; investigations into the nature of belief systems and personality systems. New York, Basic Books, 1960.

43. Popper, Karl.  The Open Society and its Enemies. 1945. [summary]

44. Botkin, James W. / Elmandjra, Mahdi / Malitza, Mircea.  No Limits to Learning; bridging the human gap. Oxford, Pergamon, 1979,  ("A Report to the Club of Rome").

45. Sorokin, Pitirim A.  Social and Cultural Dynamics. New York, 1937, 3 vols.

46. Fuller, R. Buckminster.  Synergetics: explorations in the geometry of thinking. New York, Macmillan, 1975 (vol. I), 1979  (vol. II).

47. von Franz, Marie-Louise.  Number and Time; reflections leading towards a unification of psychology and physics. London, Rider, 1974.

48. Gonseth, F.  La Geometrie et le Probleme de l'Espace. Neuchatel, 1955, p. 583.

49. Mushakoji, Kinhide.  Scientific revolution and inter-paradigmatic dialogues. Tokyo, United Nations University, 1978  (Paper for meeting of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project, Geneva, 1978).

50. Yamada, Keiji.  Konton no Umi e: Chugoku-teki Shiko no Kozo (In a Sea of Chaos; the structure of Chinese thinking), Tokyo, 1975.

51. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Mindscapes, social patterns and future development of scientific theory types. Cybernetica (1980), 23, 1, pp. 5-25.

52. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Paradigmatology and its application to cross-disciplinary, cross-professional and cross-cultural communication. Cybernetica (1974), 17, pp. 135-156, 237-23.1.

53. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Heterogensitics; an epistemological restructuring of biological and social sciences. Cybernetica (1977), 20, 1, pp. 69-85.

54. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Epistemologies and esthetic principles. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society (1978), 8, pp. 155-167.

55. Boulding, Kenneth E.  The Image. University of Michigan Press, 1956.

56. Harvey, J. O.  Experience. Structure and Adaptability. Springer, 1966.

57. Vickers, Geoffrey.  Freedom in a Rocking Boat; changing values in an unstable society. Penguin, 1970.

58. Judge, Anthony. Representation, comprehension and communication of sets; the role of number. International Classification, 5, 1978, 3, pp. 126-133; 6, 1979, 1, pp. 16-25; 6,1979, 2, pp. 92-103 (Also UN University HSDRPGIP-22/UNUP-l 33) [text]

59. Capra, Fritjof.  The Tao of Physics. Boulder, Shabhala, 1975.

60. Zukav, G.  The Dancing Wu-Li Masters. New York, William Morrow, 1979.

61. Spencer-Brown, George.  Laws of Form. London, G Alien and Unwin, 1969.

62. Varela, Francisco J.  A calculus for self-reference. International Journal of General Systems, (1975), 2, pp. 5-24.

63. Frankfurt School

64. Taschdjian, Edgar.  Nonlinear cybernetics. Cybernetica, 25, 1982, 25, 1, pp. 5-15.

65. Muses, C.  Time, experience and dimensionality; an introduction to higher kinds of number. In: Interdisciplinary. Perspectives of Time (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences), 138, Art 2, 1967, pp. 646-660.

66. Eigen, Manfred.  How does information originate?.: Principles of biological self-organization. Advances in Chemical Physics, 38, 1978, pp. 211-262.

67. Margalef, Ramon.  Perspectives in Ecological Theory. University of Chicago Press, 1968.

68. Eigen, Manfred / Schuster, Peter.  The Hypercycle; a principle of natural self-organization. Berlin, Springer, 1979.

69. Rudhyar, Dane.  The Magic of Tone and the Art of Music. Shambhala, 1982.

70. Young, Arthur M.  The Geometry of Meaning. Delacorte Press and Seymour Lawrence. 1978.

71. Ballmer, Thomas T. / von Weizsaecker, Ernst.  Biogenese und Selbstorganisation. In: Ernst von Weizsaecker (Ed.). Offene Systeme I: Beitraege zur Zeitstruktur von Information, Entropie und Evolution. Stuttgart, Klett, 1974.

72. Atkin, Ronald H.  Combinatorial Connectivities in Social Systems; an application of simplicial complex structures to the study of large organizations. Basel, Birckhauser, 1977.

73. Atkin, Ronald H.  Multidimensional Man; can man live in 3-dimensional space?. London Penguin, 1981.

74. Atkin, Ronald H.  Mathematical Structures in Human Affairs. Heinemann, 1974.

75. Chadwick F. Alger

76. Judge, Anthony. Integrative dimensions of concept sets; transformations with minimal distortion between implicitness and explicitness of set representation according to constraints on communicability (Paper for Integrative Group B of the UN University GPID project, Tokyo, 1980) [text]

77. Jung, Carl G.  Princeton University Press, 1953-1971.

78. Stevens, Anthony.  Archetype; a natural history of the self. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982.

79. Attali, Jacques.  Bruits. Presses Universitaires de France, 1977.

80. Faure, Edgar  (Ed.).    Learning to Be; the world of education today and tomorrow. Paris, UNESCO, 1972.

81. Judge, Anthony. Societal learning and the erosion of collective memory (Report for 2nd World Symposium on International Documentation, Brussels, 1980) In: Th Dimitrov. International Information for the 80s. New York, Uniflo, 1982 [text]

82. Soedjatmoko, K.  The future and the learning capacity of nations; the role of communications. Transnational Associations, 33, 1981, 2, pp. 80-85.

83. von Weizaecker, Christina.  Die umweltfreundliche Emanzipation. In: Humanoekologie. Wien, Georgi, 1975.

84. General Systems (Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research) 1956

85. L´szló, Ervin.  The Systems View of the World. New York, Braziller, 1972.

86. Miller, G.  Living Systems. McGraw Hill, 1978.

87. Omitted.

88. Ericson, Richard  (Ed.).    Improving the Human Condition; quality and stability in social systems. Washington, Society for General Systems Research, 1979.

89. Stamps, Jeffrey.  Holonomy. San Francisco, 1981.

90. Koestler, Arthur.  Beyond Atomism and Holism; the concept of the holon. In: A Kiestler and J R Smythies (Eds.). Beyond Reductionism. Beacon, 1969.

92. Nagel, Ernest / Newman, James R.  Gödel's Proof. New York, 1958.

93. Bohm, David.  Fragmentation in science and society. In: W Fuller (Ed.). The Social Impact of Modern Biology. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1971.

94. Bohm, David.  Fragmentation and Wholeness. Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation, 1976.

95. Dossey, Larry.  Space, Time and Medicine, Boulder, Shambhala, 1982.

96. Galtung, Johan.  Methodology and Ideology. Copenhagen, Christian Ejlers, 1977.

97. Judge, Anthony. Transcending duality through tensional integrity. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 5, pp. 248-265 [text]

98. Judge, Anthony. Groupware configurations of challenge and harmony; an alternative approach to alternative organization. In: Richard Ericson (Ed.). Improving the Human Condition; quality and stability in social systems. Washington, Society for General Systems Research, 1979, pp. 597-610 [text]

99. Judge, Anthony. Implementing principles by balancing configurations of functions; a tensegrity organization approach. Transnational Associations, 31, 1979, 12, pp. 587-591 [text]

100. Judge, Anthony. Tensed networks; balancing and focusing network dynamics in response to networking diseases. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 11, pp. 480-485 [text]

101. Haskell, Edward F.  Generalization of the structure of Mendeleev's periodic table. In: E F Haskell (Ed.). Moral Force of Unified Science. Gordon and Breach, 1972, pp. 21-87.

102. Globokar, Vinko.  Drama and Correspondences. Harmonia Mundi, 20 21803-1  (Comment on recording).

103. Hutchison, T. B.  The Production of Field Crops; a textbook of agronomy. McGraw Hill, 1936.

104. Sebillotte, M.  Les rotations culturales; approche methodologique d'une politique dynamique. Bulletin FNCETA, janvier 1968, numero special.

105. Rifkin, Jeremy.  Entropy; a new world view. Viking Press, 1980.

106. Thompson, William I.  From Nation to Emanation; planetary culture and world governance. Findhorn, Findhorn Foundation, 1982.

107. Schumacher, E. F.  A Guide for the Perplexed. New York, Harper and Row, 1978, p. 127.

108. Judge, Anthony. Minding the future; a thought experiment on presenting new information. (Prepared for the forms of Presentation meeting of the UN University GPID project, Geneva, 1980) Transnational Associations, 35, 1983, 2 [text]

109. Judge, Anthony. Development: beyond "science" and "wisdom". In: H Buchholz and W Gemlin (Ed.). Science and Technology and the Future. K G Saur, 1979, pp. 738-762 [text]

110. Judge, Anthony. The territory construed as a map; in search of radical design innovations in the representation of human activities and their relationships. (Unpublished manuscript for the UN University GPID project) 1979 [text]

111. Yona Friedman

112. Bateson, Mary Catherine.  Our Own Metaphor: a personal account of a conference on the effects of conscious purpose on human adaptation. Knopf, 1972.

113. Judge, Anthony. Collective learning from global calls for action. Transnational Associations, 34, 1982, 1, pp. 26-28 [text]

114. Judge, Anthony. Information mapping for development. Transnational Associations, 31, 1979, 5, pp. 185-192 [text]

115. Judge, Anthony. Facilitating the networking processes of a transnational university using computer conferencing. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 4, pp. 205-214 [pdf]

116. Pugh, Anthony.  An Introduction to Tensegrity. University of California Press, 1976.

117. Kenner, Hugh.  Geodesic Math and How to Use It. University of California Press, 1976.

118. Galtung, Johan.  Structural analysis and chemical models. In: Methodology and Ideology. Copenhagen, Christian Ejlers, 1977, pp. 160-189.

119. Streitwieser Jr, A.  Aromaticity and (Huckel's) 4n + 2 rule. In: Molecular Orbital Theory for Organic Chemists. Wiley, 1961, pp. 256-304.

120. Miller, George A.  The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review, 63 (1956), pp. 81-97.

121. Broadbent, D. E.  The magic number seven after fifteen years. In A. Kennedy and A. Wilkes (Eds.), Studies in long-term memory. Wiley, 1975  (pp. 3-18).

122. Judge, Anthony. The future of comprehension; conceptual birdcages and functional basketweaving. Transnational Associations, 34, 1982, 6, pp. 400-404 [text]

123. Wigner, E.  Symmetries and Reflections. Woodbridge, Ox Bow Press, 1979.

124. Stapp, H. S.  S-Matrix interpretation of quantum theory. Physical Review, D3, 1971, pp. 1303ff.

125. Handy, Charles B.  The Gods of Management: who they are, how they work and why they fail. Pan, 1979.

126. Maccoby, Michael.  The Gamesman; the new corporate leaders. Seeker and Warburg, 1978.

127. McClain, Ernest G.  The Pythagorean Plato; prelude to the song itself. Nicholas Hays, 1978.

128. Sheldrake, Rupert.  A New Science of Life; the hypothesis of formative causation. London, Blond and Briggs, 1981.

129. Waddington, Conrad H.  The Strategy of the Genes. Allan and Unwin, 1957.

130. Adams, Richard Newbold.  Energy and Structure; a theory of social power. Austin, University of Texas Press, 1975.

131. Buchler, Ira / Selby, Henry.  Kinship and Social Organization; an introduction to theory and method. New York, Macmillan, 1968.

132. Piaget, Jean.  The Principles of Genetic Epistemology. Basic Books, 1972.

133. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

134. Keppel, John / Keppel, David.  Uncertainty: the ground for life  (Essex, USA, 1982: "first part of a manuscript in progress").

135. Eigen, Manfred / Winkler, Ruthild.  Laws of the Game. New York, Knopf, 1981.

136. Sallantin, Xavier.  L'invariant des jeux militaires, economiques et politiques. Paris, Laboratoire BENA de Logique Generale, Oct 1976.

137. Sposito, Garrison.  Does a generalized Heisenberg Principle operate in the social sciences?. Inquiry (an interdisciplinary journal of philosophy and social sciences), 12, 1969, 3, pp. 356-361.

138. Lichtman, Richard.  Indeterminacy in the social sciences. Inquiry, 10, 1967, pp. 139-50.

139. Douglas, Mary.  Purity and Danger; an analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966.

140. Douglas, Mary.  Natural Symbols; explorations in cosmology. Penguin, 1973. 141. Itsuo Tsuda. La voie du depouillement; ecole de la respiration. Paris, Courrier du Livre, 1975.

142. Winn, Denise.  The Manipulated Mind; brainwashing, conditioning and indoctrination. London, Octagon, 1983.

143. Bok, Sissela.  Lying; moral choice in public life. New York, Pantheon, 1978.

144. Bok, Sissela.  Secrets; on the ethics of concealment and revelation. New York, Pantheon, 1983.

145. Mallmann, Carlos / Nudler, Oscar  (Eds.).    Time, Culture and Development. Pergamon, 1982.

146. Ichazo, Oscar.  Between Metaphysics and Protoanalysis; a theory for analysis of the human psyche. Arica Institute Press, 1982 147 Stephane Lupasco. Le Dualisme Antagoniste. Paris,, 1973  (Du Devenir Logique et de 1'Affectivite, vol. 1).

148. Bahm, Archie J.  Polarity, Dialectic and Organicety. Albuquerque, World Books, 1977.

149. Marcus, Solomon.  Paradoxes. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique, 1982, no. 2.

150. Marcus, Solomon / Tataram, Monica.  Paradoxical and antinomic aspects of the global trends in the world today. Bucharest, GPID Romanian Team, 1982.

151. Aubroy, Robert / Laing, Ronald D. / Pflughaupt, Knut R.  The Way of the Warrior. Stuttgart, Forum International, 1982.

152. Boulding, Kenneth E.  Ecodynamics; a new theory of societal evolution. Sage, 1978.

153. MacLean, Paul D.  A Triune concept of the brain and behaviour. In: T. Boag and D. Campbell (Eds.). The Hincks Memorial Lectures. University of Toronto Press, 1973.

154. Wilken, Folkert.  The Liberation of Capital. Allen and Unwin, 1982.

155. Wilber, Ken  (Ed.).    The Holographic Paradigm and other paradoxes. Boulder, Shambhala, 1982.

156. Brandt Commission.  Common Crisis North-South; cooperation for world recovery. London, Pan Books, 1983.

157. Independent Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues. Common Security; a programme for disarmament. Pan Books, 1982

158. nyejosephs.  World Hypotheses. University of California Press, 1942.

159. Buttimer, Anne.  Musing on Helicon; root metaphors and geography. Geografiska Annaler, 64B, 1982, 2, pp. 89-96.

160. Nalimov, Vasily V.  Realms of the Unconscious; the enchanted frontier. Philadelphia, Institute of Scientific Information Press, 1982.

161. Holton, Gerald.  The roots of complementarity. In: Eranos Jahrbuch 1968, Zurich, Rheim Verlag, 1970, pp. 45-90.

162. Jones, W. T.  The Romantic Syndrome; toward a new method in cultural anthropology and the history of ideas. Martinus Nijhof, 1961.

163. Aseniero, George.  A reflection on developmentalism; from development to transformation. In: Development as Social Transformation; reflections on the global problematique. United Nations University, forthcoming.

164. Waller, Mary D.  Chladni Figures; a study in symmetry. London, 1961.

165. Abraham, Ralph H.  Vibrations and the Realisation of Form. In: Erich Jantsch and Conrad H Waddington (Eds.). Evolution and Consciousness; human systems in transition. Addison-Wesley, 1976, pp. 134-149. [text]

166. Group, Agesta  (Sweden).    Environment-International; twenty years after Stockholm 1972-1992 (Report on the implementation of the Stockholm Action Plan and on priorities and institutional arrangements for the 1980s) and a parliamentary view of the state of the world environment (Results of a survey carried out by the Secretariat of the International Parliamentary Conference on the Environment). Berlin, Erich Schrnidt Verlag, 1982  (Beitraege zur Umweltgestaltung, Band A83).

167. Todd, Emmanuel.  La Troisieme Planete; structures familiales et systems ideologiques. Paris, Seuil, 1983.

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