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

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

[2010]:  Interweaving Thematic Threads and Learning Pathways: Distinguishes possible levels of interweaving threaded discussions for greater coherence. (Parts=8+Refs)

[2010]:  Beyond the Standard Model of Universal Awareness (Parts=7)

[2010]:  Mapping the Global Underground: Explores possibilities of a memorable map of interwoven issues engendered by overpopulation. (Parts=12+Refs)

[2010]:  Cognitive Implications of Lifestyle Diseases of Rich and Poor: Explores complementarity between lifestyle diseases and planetary crises. (Parts=13+Refs)

[2009]:  Recognizing the Psychosocial Boundaries of Remedial Action (Parts=8)

[2009]:  Relevance of Mythopoeic Insights to Global Challenges: Uses the Lord of the Rings to explore integrative understanding appropriate to global governance. (Parts=4)

[2009]:  Uncritical Strategic Dependence on Little-known Metrics (Parts=6)

[2009]:  Metaphorical Geometry in Quest of Globality (Parts=+Refs)

[2009]:  Viable Global Governance through Bullfighting: Challenge of transcendence: Uses bullfighting to frame alternative approaches to global governance. (Parts=16+Refs)

[2008]:  Self-reflexive Challenges of Integrative Futures (Parts=8+Refs)

[2008]:  Dynamic Exploration of Value Configurations: Interrelating traditional cultural symbols through animation (Parts=10)

[2008]:  Embodying Values Dynamically through Alternation: Integrating sets of polarized static values through indicative metaphor (Parts=5+Refs)

[2008]:  Psychodynamics of collective engagement with polyhedral value configurations (Parts=9+Refs)

[2008]:  Polyhedral Empowerment of Networks through Symmetry: psycho-social implications for organization and global governance (Parts=19+Refs)

[2008]:  Sustainability through Magically Dancing Patterns (Parts=20+Refs)

[2008]:  Towards Polyhedral Global Governance: complexifying oversimplistic strategic metaphors (Parts=17+Refs)

[2008]:  Strategic Challenge of Polysensorial Knowledge: bringing the "elephant" into "focus": Presents relationship between different senses constraining vital strategic understanding. (Parts=14+Refs)

[2008]:  Animation of Classical BaGua Arrangements: a dynamic representation of Neti Neti: Possibity and significance of dynamic representation of fundamental 6-fold symbols. (Parts=7+Refs)

[2007]:  Interrelating Metaphors -- to enable a cycle of transformation between epistemological modes (Parts=9+Refs)

[2007]:  Consciously Self-reflexive Global Initiatives: Renaissance zones, complex adaptive systems, and third order organizations (Parts=10)

[2007]:  Imagining the Real Challenge and Realizing the Imaginal Pathway of Sustainable Transformation (Parts=4+Refs)

[2007]:  In Quest of Mnemonic Catalysts -- for comprehension of complex psychosocial dynamics (Parts=16)

[2007]:  Climbing Elven Stairways: DNA as a macroscopic metaphor of polarized psychodynamics (Parts=19+Refs)

[2007]:  Archetypal Otherness -- "DNA vs. I Ching": Climbing Elven Stairways (Part B) (Parts=7+Refs)

[2007]:  Emergence of Cyclical Psycho-social Identity: sustainability as "psyclically" defined (Parts=19+Refs)

[2007]:  Theories of Correspondences -- and potential equivalences between them in correlative thinking (Parts=10+Refs)

[2006]:  Comprehension of Requisite Variety for Sustainable Psychosocial Dynamics: Transforming a matrix classification onto intertwined tori (Parts=19+Refs)

[2006]:  Dematerialization and Virtualization: comparison of nuclear fusion and cognitive fusion: Clarifies the challenges of controlled nuclear (Parts=6)

[2005]:  Playfully Changing the Prevailing Climate of Opinion: Climate change as focal metaphor of effective global governance (Parts=22+Refs)

[2004]:  Engaging with Questions of Higher Order: cognitive vigilance required for higher degrees of twistedness (Parts=14+Refs)

[2002]:  Promoting a Singular Global Threat -- Terrorism: Strategy of choice for world governance (Parts=11+Refs)

[2002]:  Psychology of Sustainability: Embodying cyclic environmental processes (Parts=17+Refs)

[2000]:  Enhancing the Quality of Knowing through Integration of East-West metaphors (Parts=22+Refs)

[1994]:  Spherical Configuration of Categories to Reflect Systemic Patterns of Environmental Checks and Balances (Parts=18+Refs)

[1991]:  Comprehensible Policy-making: Guiding Metaphors and Configuring Choices (Part I) (Parts=4)

[1980]:  Societal Learning and the Erosion of Collective Memory: Critique of the Club of Rome report: No Limits to Learning (Parts=22)

[1979]:  The Territory Construed as the Map: in search of radical design innovations in therepresentation of human activities and their relationships (Parts=10+Refs)