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System Dynamics, Hypercycles and Psychosocial Self-organization

System Dynamics, Hypercycles and Psychosocial Self-organization (Links From-K)

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[2018]:  Club of Rome Reports and Bifurcations: a 50-year overview (Parts=7+Refs)

[2017]:  Framing Cyclic Revolutionary Emergence of Opposing Symbols of Identity: Eppur si muove: Biomimetic embedding of N-tuple helices in spherical polyhedra (Parts=11+Refs)

[2016]:  Disastrous Floods as Indicators of Systemic Risk Neglect: Explores systemic learnings to be derived from response to flooding. (Parts=13+Refs)

[2016]:  Existential Challenge of Detecting Todays Big Lie: Mysterious black hole conditioning global civilization? (Parts=11+Refs)

[2015]:  Enhancing Strategic Discourse Systematically using Climate Metaphors: Widespread comprehension of system dynamics in weather patterns as a resource (Parts=12+Refs)

[2013]:  Being a Waveform of Potential as an Experiential Choice: Emergent dynamic qualities of identity and integrity (Parts=13+Refs)

[2013]:  Going Nowhere through Not-knowing Where to Go: Sustaining the process of autopoiesis through point-making (Parts=11+Refs)

[2012]:  AWOL: American Way Of Life: Assumptions -- justifying worldwide imposition of democratic imperialism (Parts=13+Refs)

[2012]:  Eightfold Configuration of Nested Cycles of Cognitive Transformations: Explores a meta-pattern of connectivity based on the periodic table (Parts=11+Refs)

[2012]:  Transforming and Interweaving the Ways of Being Stoned: Relates imagination, promise, rocks, memorials, petrification through metaphor (Parts=12+Refs)

[2011]:  Being in the Flow on Strategic Highways and Byways: Explores clues to self-organization provided by the set of road traffic signs. (Parts=11+Refs)

[2011]:  In-forming the Chalice as an Integrative Cognitive Dynamic: Explores comprehension of valued forms for confidence and belief and their configuration. (Parts=11+Refs)

[2010]:  Strategic Embodiment of Time: Configuring questions fundamental to change (Parts=13+Refs)

[2010]:  Circulation of the Light: Essential metaphor of global sustainability? (Parts=10+Refs)