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Governing Civilization through Civilizing Governance


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

[2008]:  Moving Symbols: Radical Change in Psycho-social Energy Policy?: Radical Change in Psycho-social Energy Possibilities? (Parts=8)

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

[2007]:  Imagining the Real Challenge and Realizing the Imaginal Pathway of Sustainable Transformation (Parts=5+Refs)

[2007]:  In Quest of Mnemonic Catalysts -- for comprehension of complex psychosocial dynamics (Parts=17)

[2007]:  All Blacks of Davos vs All Greens of Porto Alegre: reframing global strategic discord through polyphony? (Parts=5+Refs)

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

[2006]:  Cyclopean Vision vs Poly-sensual Engagement (Parts=7+Refs)

[2006]:  Snoring of The Other: a politically relevant psycho-spiritual metaphor? (Parts=7+Refs)

[2006]:  A Singable Earth Charter, EU Constitution or Global Ethic? (Parts=9+Refs)

[2006]:  Enactivating a Cognitive Fusion Reactor: Imaginal Transformation of Energy Resourcing (ITER-8) (Parts=10+Refs)

[2006]:  Polarities as Pluckable Tensed Strings: Hypercomprehension through harmonics of value-based choice-making (Parts=8)

[2006]:  Ensuring Strategic Resilience through Haiku Patterns: reframing the scope of the "martial arts" in response to strategic threats : Reframing the scope of the martial arts in response to strategic threats (Parts=15+Refs)

[2005]:  Review of the Range of Virtual Wars: Strategic comparison with the global war against terrorism (Parts=5)

[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)

[2004]:  Recent Breakthroughs in Civil Society Research: Reactive vs Proactive Exploration of Opportunities and Alternatives? (Parts=5+Refs)

[2004]:  Future of United Nations - Civil Society Relations: 257 questions in assessing the Report of the Panel of Eminent Persons: Questions in assessing the Report of the Panel of Eminent Persons in relation to the challenges of the 21st Century (Parts=9+Refs)

[2003]:  Tank-thoughts from Think-tanks: constraining metaphors on developing global governance: Metaphors constraining development of global governance (Parts=11+Refs)

[2003]:  Framing NGOs in the Market for Change: comment on the report by SustainAbility: Comment on a report by SustainAbility, the United Nations Global Compact and the UN Environment Programme (Parts=9+Refs)

[2003]:  Arming Civil Society Worldwide: Getting democracy to work in the emergent American Empire? (Parts=11)

[2003]:  Global Civil Society: strategic comments on the path ahead: Strategic comments on the path ahead discussion paper (Parts=12)

[2002]:  Transforming the Encounter with Terrorism (Parts=1)

[2002]:  Governing Metaphors: the new policy frontier -- 50 Current policy implications of metaphor in a media oriented society (Parts=8)

[2001]:  Missiles, Missives, Missions and Memetic Warfare: Navigation of strategic interfaces in multidimensional knowledge space (Parts=12+Refs)

[2001]:  Structuring Mnemonic Encoding of Development Plans and Ethical Charters using Musical Leitmotivs (Parts=8+Refs)

[2001]:  Simulating a Global Brain: using networks of international organizations, world problems, strategies, and values (Parts=6+Refs)

[2000]:  Knowledge Gardening through Music: patterns of coherence for future African management as an alternative to Project Logic (Parts=33)

[2000]:  Category Manipulation in Global Dialogue (Parts=6)

[1999]:  Coherent Policy-making Beyond the Information Barrier: Circumventing dependence on access, classification, penetration, dissemination, property, surveillance, interpretation, disinformation, and credibility (Parts=8+Refs)

[1999]:  Undermining Open Civil Society: Reinforcing unsustainable restrictive initiatives (Parts=4)

[1998]:  Enhancing Sustainable Development Strategies through Avoidance of Military Metaphors (Parts=10)

[1997]:  In Quest of Uncommon Ground: beyond impoverished metaphor and the impotence of words of power (Parts=19)

[1996]:  From Information Highways to Songlines of the Noosphere: Global configuration of hypertext pathways as a prerequisite for meaningful collective transformation (Parts=12+Refs)

[1996]:  Interacting Fruitfully with Un-Civil Society: the dilemma for non-civil society organizations (Parts=12+Refs)

[1996]:  Richer Metaphors for Our Future Survival (Parts=4)

[1995]:  Gardening Sustainable Psycommunities: Recognizing the psycho-social integrities of the future (Parts=15+Refs)

[1994]:  NGOs and Civil Society: Realities and Distortions: The challenge of Necessary-to-Governance Organizations (NGOs) (Parts=4+Refs)

[1994]:  Levels of Civil Society and Public Policy Implications (Parts=1)

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

[1993]:  Poetry-making and Policy-making: arranging a marriage between Beauty and the Beast (Parts=1)

[1993]:  Metaphor as a Language for Global Governance (Parts=28+Refs)

[1992]:  Sustaining Higher Orders of Policy Consensus through Metaphor: towards a new language of governance (Parts=1)

[1992]:  Metaphor and the Language of Futures (Parts=9+Refs)

[1991]:  Metaphors as Transdisciplinary Vehicles of the Future (Parts=9+Refs)

[1991]:  Identity of the United Nations: experimental articulation through a dynamic system of metaphors (Parts=1+Refs)

[1991]:  Experimental Articulation of Collective Identity -- through a dynamic system of metaphors (Parts=1)

[1991]:  Decision-making: Guiding Metaphors and Configuring Choices (Part I) (Parts=5)

[1991]:  Participative Democracy vs. Participative Drama: lessons on social transformation for international organizations from Gorbachev (Parts=15+Refs)

[1990]:  Aesthetics of Governance in the Year 2490 (Parts=13+Refs)

[1989]:  Through Metaphor to a Sustainable Ecology of Development Policies (Parts=15+Refs)

[1989]:  Innovative Global Management through Metaphor (Parts=6+Refs)

[1988]:  Metaphoric Revolution: in quest of a manifesto for governance through metaphor (Parts=10+Refs)

[1988]:  Enhancing Policy Forums through Ecological Metaphors: Natural ecosystems as a source of policy insights (Parts=1)

[1988]:  Cooperation and its Failures: Metaphors towards understanding the dilemma for the 1990s (Parts=13)

[1988]:  Sustainable cycles of policies: Crop Rotation as a Metaphor (Parts=1)

[1987]:  Governance Through Metaphor (Parts=27+Refs)

[1980]:  Problems Hindering Action of International Nongovernmental Organizations (Parts=16)

[1979]:  The Associative Society of the Future (Parts=6+Refs)

[1978]:  Types of international organization: detailed overview (Parts=6+Refs)

[1978]:  Representation, Comprehension and Communication of Sets: the Role of Number: Contents (Parts=1)

[1972]:  Comparative Evaluation of Different Types of International Organization (Parts=5+Refs)

[1971]:  Universal Declaration of the Rights of Human Organization: An experimental extension of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Parts=39)

[1970]:  International Organizations and the Generation of the Will to Change: The information systems required (Parts=3)

[1969]:  Evaluation of International Organizations: The need, current efforts, qualitative and quantitative methods (Parts=8+Refs)