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Ensuring Strategic Resilience through Haiku Patterns


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Baudrillard, Jean.  The spirit of terrorism [L'esprit du terrorisme]. Le Monde 2 November 2001. [text]

Beran, Michael Knox.  In Defense of Memorization. The Manhattan Institute, City Journal, Summer 2004. [text]

Blyth, R. H.  History of Haiku. Japan: Hokuseido Press, 1963.

Bonadonna, Angelo / Hughes, Megan.  Kairotic Technologization. Kairos Issue 7.3. [text]

Boorman, Scott A.  Protracted game: a Wei-Ch'i interpretation of Maoist revolutionary strategy. Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 1971..

Boorman, Scott A.  Deception in Chinese Strategy. In: William Whitson, The Military and Political Power in China in the 1970s. (1973) pp.313-337.

Dean A. Brink. The Formation of Allusive Resilience in Waka and Its Relevance to Meiji Shintaishi. Japanese Poeticity and Narrativity Revisited, Proceedings of the Midwest Association for Japanese Literary Studies, Vol. 4 (2003), 166-83. [text]

Capra, Fritjof.  The Hidden Connections: a science for sustainable living. HarperCollins, 2002.

Chicoine, Gary.  Requisite Cognitive Skills for Decisions About Systems. MetaBridge, 2003. [text]

Codrescu, Ian.  Rules of Form and Freedom of Spirit in Haiku (The Keynote Speech for WHF2000, London-Oxford Conference). [text]

Coombs, Mike / Birx, Don.  Czerwinski's Order Regimes: Where Should We Begin to Address the IO Risk?. Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE Workshop on Information Assurance and Security WA2-2 8:00 United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, 6-7 June 2000. [text]

Cureton, Richard.  A Temporal Theory of Poetic Rhythm:. [comment on book in progress]

Czerwinski, Tom.  Nonlinearity and Military Affairs: a working bibliography. Information Resources Management College, National Defense University, 1999. [text]

Czerwinski, Tom.  Coping with the Bounds: Speculations on Nonlinearity in Military Affairs. Washington, DC: National Defense University, 1998.. [text]

Char Davies. Changing Space: Virtual Reality as an arena of embodied being. In Beckmann, John (Ed). The Virtual Dimension. Architecture, Representation, and Crash Culture, Princeton Architectural Press, 1998, pp. 145-155

Grumman, Bob.  A Divergery of Haiku: ToxanAtomyzd. Modern Haiku 34:2 (summer 2002), pp. 20-26.

de Guinzbourg, V. S. M.  (Ed.).    Wit and Wisdom of the United Nations: proverbs and apothegms on diplomacy. New York, Paroemiological Society, 1961.

Boyé Lafayette de Mente. Samurai Strategies: 42 martial secrets from Musashi's Book of Five Rings. Tuttle, 2005

Durham, Susan E.  Chaos Theory for the Practical Military Mind. Maxwell AFB, AL: Air Command and Staff College, March 1997.

Echevarria, Antulio J.  Dynamic Inter-Dimensionality: A Revolution in Military Theory. Joint ForceQuarterly, Spring 1997: 29-36.. [text]

Edelman, Gerald / Tononi, Giulio.  Consciousness and Complexity, Science, December 1998, 282, 1846-1851.

Gabora, Liane.  A Day in the Life of a Meme. To appear in The Nature, Representation and Evolution of Concepts (ed. Philip van Loocke) Routledge Press, 1997.. [text]

Gladwell, Malcolm.  Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. Little, Brown, 2005.

Hackett, James W.  That Art Thou: A Spiritual Way of Haiku. (a manuscript in progress, 2005). [text]

Hackett, James W.  The Way of Haiku. Tokyo: Japan Publications Inc., 1969.

Harned, Glenn M.  The Complexity of War: The Application of Nonlinear Science to Military Science. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps War College, 1995.

Heim, Michael.  The Metaphysics of Virtual Reality. Oxford University Press, 1993..

Heim, Michael.  Virtual Realism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998..

Heim, Michael.  Virtual Reality and the Tea Ceremony. In: Beckmann, John (Ed). The Virtual Dimension. Architecture, Representation, and Crash Culture (pp. 156-77). Princeton Architectural Press, 1998..

Heim, Michael.  The Feng Shui of Virtual Environments. 2000. [text]

Higginson, William J.  The Haiku Handbook. Bugei Trading Company.

Hiraga, Masako K.  Metaphor-Icon Link in Poetic Texts: A Cognitive Approach to Iconicity. The Journal of the University of the Air, No. 16, 1998: 95-123. [text]

Hiraga, Masako K.  'Blending' and an Interpretation of Haiku: A Cognitive Approach. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference of the Literary Semantics Association, Freiburg, Germany, 1997.

Hoffman, Yoel  (Comp.).    Japanese Death Poems: Written by Zen Monks and Haiku Poets on the Verge of Death. Tuttle Publishing, 1998.

ISAAC / Einstein. Irreducible Semi-Autonomous Adaptive Combat / Enhanced ISAAC Neural Simulation Toolkit. [An Artificial Life Laboratory for Exploring Self-organized Emergent Behavior in Combat]. Terrorism, Nonlinearity and Complex Adaptive Systems: Links to online papers. [text]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Killigrew, John W.  Sun Pin's Art of War: A Summary. Air University Review, July-August 1980. [text]

Krulak, Charles C.  Cultivating Intuitive Decisionmaking, Marine Corps Gazette, May. 1999: 18-22.

Lerdahl, Fred.  The Sounds of Poetry Viewed as Music. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,.2001; 930: 337-354.. [text]

Loy, David R.  Indra's Postmodern Net. Philosophy East and West Vol. 43, No. 3 (July 1993) pp. 481-510. [text]

Mieszkowski, Jan.  Schelling and Romanticism: Tragedy and the War of the Aesthetic. University of Maryland, Romantic Circles Praxis Series, 2001. [text]

Miller, C. R.  Kairos in the rhetoric of science. In Witte, S. P., Nakadate, N. and Cherry, R. D. (Eds.). Rhetoric of Doing: Essays on Written Discourse in Honor of James L. Kinneavy. Southern Illinois University Press, 1992.

Monni, Kirsi.  The Poetic Movement of Being: philosophical interpretations of the new paradigm of dance in the light of Martin Heidegger's thinking and the artistic work in years 1996-1999. Doctoral thesis published by the Theatre Academy of Finland, 2004.. [abstract]

O'Callaghan, Michael.  The Pattern that Connects: the world situation to our own way of seeing it. [text]

Ohnuki-Tierney, Emiko.  Kamikaze, Cherry Blossoms and Nationalisms: The Militarization of Aesthetics in Japanese History. University of Chicago Press, 2002. [review]

Pajk, Josip.  Information or Knowledge Warfare?. December 1997. [text]

Pio, Edwina.  What's Stopping You?. Find out through Haiku, Workplace Spirituality. [text]

Rosenstock, Gabriel.  Haiku Enlightenment. World Haiku Review, 2002-2005. [1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 and 6]

Sagasti, Francisco R.  Knowledge and Innovation for Development: The Sisyphus Challenge of the 21st Century. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004.

Sagasti, Francisco R.  Development Cooperation in a Fractured Global Order. IDRC/CRDI, 1999. [comment]

Sagasti, Francisco R.  The twilight of the Baconian age: Background paper for a book of essays on knowledge, progress and development, 1997.

Shirane, Haruo.  Beyond the Haiku Moment. Modern Haiku, XXXI:1, Winter/Spring 2000, 54. [text]

Whittaker D. Source. Tigers at play: Stafford Beer's poetry. The International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics, Volume 33, Numbers 3-4, March 2004, pp. 547-553 [text]

Stone, Anthony P.  Time as Chronis and Kairos: Physical and metaphysical time. [text]

Sun, Key.  How to Overcome without Fighting: an introduction to the Taoist approach to conflict resolution. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, Vol. 15(2), 161-171, 1995. [text]

Sun Tzu.  The Art of War. [comment]

Sun Tzu II  (Sun Bin).    The Lost Art of War. HarperSanFrancico, 1996  (translated with commentary by Thomas Cleary).

Tasker, Brian.  Staying with the Moment: Our Western Haiku Tradition. World Haiku Review, Vol. 1, Issue 1: May 2001. [text]

Tolkien, J. R. R.  On Fairy Stories. In: Tree and Leaf. Allen and Unwin, 1964.

Lamar Tooke and Ralph Allen. Strategic Intuition and the Art of War, Military Review, March-April 1995: 10-18

Tsumetomo, Yamamoto.  Hagakure: the Book of the Samurai, Kodansha International, 1979  (translated by William Scott Wilson).

Varela, Francisco J.  Present-Time Consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 1999, 6, 2-3, 111-140.

Yates, Frances A.  The Art of Memory. Penguin, 1969.

Yates, J-A / Orlikowski, W.  Genre Systems: Chronos and Kairos in Communicative Interaction. In: R. Coe, L. Lingard and T. Teslenko (Eds.). The rhetoric and ideology of genre. pp. 103 -121. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.

Yamada-Bochynek, Yoriko.  Haiku East and West: a semiogenetic approach. Brockmeyer: Bochum. 1985. [review]

Poetry (military and war):

Barry, Jan.  Peace is Our Profession: Poems and Passages of War Protest. East River Anthology, Perkasie, PA, 1981.

Clarke, George Herbert  (Ed.).    Treasury of War Poetry: British and American Poems of the World War 1914-1917, 1917. [online]

Paul MacNeil. Polemics in Haiku - a short essay. WHCessay, 1999 [text]

James Nechtman. German war poetry [text]

Poets Against War. Newsletter [text]

Pollard, Lawrence.  How war inspires the world's poets. BBC News, 10 November 2002.[text]

Harvey Shapiro (Ed.). Poets of World War II, The Library of America, New York, 2003. [review]

Tomé, Serge.  At War.. Haiku Anthology of past and present wars. [text]

Poetry (3D) and hypertext haiku:

Bryant, David.  Hyperku: A three-dimensional hypertext verse form created, 2002. [text]

Greene, Daniel.  Hyper Haiku: Inspired Meditations in Hyperlinked Haiku, 2003 [text]. [related sites on hyperku]

Hooper, Dolores.  Hypertext Haiku, 2004. [text]

Knoebel, David.  Wheels Word Chamber Carousel. [text]

Kolitsky, Mike.  Creating Poetry for Cyberspace: a 3-D Haiku Experience, 1999.

Kolitsky, Mike.  3D Haiku (explored in a virtual realitiy browser). [text and demos]

The Organic Chemistry Haiku Project [text]

Ron Sparks.Periodic Table of Haiku, 2001 [demo]

Tosa, Naoko / Matsuoka, Seigow.  Cultural Computing: ZENetic Computer. In: Proceedings of The 14th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence - ICAT 2004. [text]

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