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System Dynamics, Hypercycles and Psychosocial Self-organization


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

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[2018]:  Integrative exercise for the future Club of Rome Reports and Bifurcations: a 50-year overview (Part 6/)

[2017]:  Dynamic bonding patterns in n-tuple helices engendering n-fold rotating symbols Framing Cyclic Revolutionary Emergence of Opposing Symbols of Identity (Part 3/)

[2016]:  "Flood control": exemplified by "governance" of road traffic Disastrous Floods as Indicators of Systemic Risk Neglect (Part 10/)

[2016]:  Stakeholder complicity in sustaining the big lie Existential Challenge of Detecting Todays Big Lie (Part 6/)

[2015]:  Five-fold cognitive dynamics of relevance to governance? Enhancing Strategic Discourse Systematically using Climate Metaphors (Part 9/)

[2013]:  Social implications of waves Being a Waveform of Potential as an Experiential Choice (Part 4/)

[2013]:  Going "nowhere" Going Nowhere through Not-knowing Where to Go (Part 9/)

[2012]:  Eight clusters of players in the global financial board game? AWOL: American Way Of Life: Assumptions -- justifying worldwide imposition of democratic imperialism (Part 12/)

[2012]:  Conclusion Eightfold Configuration of Nested Cycles of Cognitive Transformations (Part 11/)

[2012]:  Cycles of enstoning forming mnemonic pentagrams: Hygiea and Wu Xing Transforming and Interweaving the Ways of Being Stoned (Part 5/)

[2011]:  Being in the Flow on Strategic Highways and Byways Being in the Flow on Strategic Highways and Byways (Part 1/)

[2011]:  Complementary visual metaphors of "Chalice" In-forming the Chalice as an Integrative Cognitive Dynamic (Part 7/)

[2010]:  Identity in time: sustainability and immortality Strategic Embodiment of Time: Configuring questions fundamental to change (Part 11/)

[2010]:  Cognitive and strategic implications Circulation of the Light: Essential metaphor of global sustainability? (Part 3/)

[2010]:  Circulation of the Light Circulation of the Light: Essential metaphor of global sustainability? (Part 1/)