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Governing Civilization through Civilizing Governance

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[2016]:  Reversing the Anthem of Europe to Signal Distress: Transcending crises of governance via reverse music and reverse speech? (Parts=9+Refs)

[2016]:  Engaging with Hyperreality through Demonique and Angelique?: Mnemonic clues to global governance from mathematical theology and hyperbolic tessellation (Parts=13+Refs)

[2013]:  Eliciting a Universe of Meaning : Within a global information society of fragmenting knowledge and relationships (Parts=15+Refs)

[2011]:  Freedom, Democracy, Justice: Isolated Nouns or Interwoven Verbs? : Illusory quest for qualities and principles dynamically disguised (Parts=16+Refs)

[2011]:  Mapping Paralysis and Tokenism in the Face of Potential Global Disaster: Why nobody is about to do anything effective and what one might do about it (Parts=11+Refs)

[2011]:  Tomorrow, Who Will Govern the World?: Review: Commentary on Jacques Attali's Demain, qui gouvernera le monde? (Parts=12+Refs)

[2011]:  Embodiment of Change: Comprehension, Traction and Impact? : Discovering enabling questions for the future (Parts=4+Refs)

[2010]:  Superquestions for Supercomputers: Avoiding terra flops from misguided dependence on teraflops? (Parts=10+Refs)

[2010]:  Enacting Transformative Integral Thinking through Playful Elegance: A Symposium at the End of the Universe? (Parts=15+Refs)

[2009]:  Reframing Strategic Dilemmas through 12 Modes : Commentary and checklist of documents (Parts=13)

[2009]:  Reframing the Game of Strategic Dilemmas: A 12-fold interplay of possibilities of otherwise (Parts=13)

[2009]:  Sins of Hot Air Emission, Omission, Commission and Promission: The political challenge of responding to global crises (Parts=12)

[2009]:  Enabling Strategies for Viable Futures (Parts=20+Refs)

[2009]:  Abuse of Faith in Governance: Mystery of the Unasked Question (Parts=15+Refs)

[2009]:  Reframing Global Initiatives for the Future: In the light of past experiments (Parts=16)

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