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Memetic and Information Diseases in a Knowledge Society


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Atkin, Ronald H.  Multidimensional Man: Can man live in three dimensional space?. London, Penguin, 1981. [review]

Ben Sandford Cullen. Contagious Ideas: On Evolution, Culture, Archaeology and Cultural Virus Theory. Oxbow Books, 2000

Diamond, Jared M.  Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed. New York, Viking Books, 2005.

John Gall. Systemantics; how systems work and especially how they fail. New York, Pocket Books, 1977 [review]

Goonatilake, Susantha.  Toward a Global Science: mining civilizational knowledge. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1999.

Haas, Michael.  Types of asymmetry in social and political systems. In: General Systems (Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research), 12, 1967, pp 69-79.

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Upside of Down: catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilization. Toronto, Knopf, 2006.

Jipping, Thomas L.  Diagnosing the Cultural Virus. World and I, 14, July 1999. [text]

Judge, Anthony. Tensed networks; balancing and focusing network dynamics in response to networking diseases. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 11, pp. 480-485 [text]

Laing, Ronald D.  Knots. London, Penguin. 1970. [excerpts]

Milovanovic, Dragan / Ragland, Ellie  (Eds.).    Lacan: Topologically Speaking. Other Press, 2004.

Ridely, Mark.  Infected with science: If religion is a cultural virus, where does that leave science?. New Scientist, 25 December 1993. [text]

Stein, Howard F.  The Influence of Psychogeography upon the Conduct of International Relations: clinical and metapsychological considerations. 2008. [text]

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: the impact of the highly improbable. New York, Random House, 2007.

Union of International Associations / Mankind 2000: See Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1976-1995, and thereafter online)

van Driem, George.  Languages of the Himalayas: an ethnolinguistic handbook of the Greater Himalayan Region containing an introduction to the symbiotic theory of language. Brill, 2001.

World Health Organization. International Classification of Diseases. Geneva, WHO [summary]