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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Judge, Anthony. Representation, comprehension and communication of sets; the role of number. International Classification, 5, 1978, 3 and 4. [text]

2. Judge, Anthony. From systems-versus-networks to tensegrity organization. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 5, pp. 258-265. [text]

3. Judge, Anthony. Lifestyle interdependence, context and design. (Paper presented to the European Workshop on Lifestyles and Social Change, organized by the Association Internationale Futurible, Arc-et-Senans, September 1977). [text]

4. Judge, Anthony. Viable need patterns and their identification through constraints on representation in 3-dimensions. (In: Proceedings of a workshop on human needs, Berlin, May 1978. Internationales Institut für Umwelt und Gesellschaft, 1979). [text]

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

6. Unfortunately there is a marked tendency to reflect this hierarchical preference in the design of information systems. Consequently, such systems fail to respond to the basic difficulty of how to improve the relevance to the problem complex of the questions asked by those in the policy-making process. See: Mapping possibilities in response to information needs of science policy-making for development

7. 'The organization of any complex physical object is hierarchical. It is true that, if we wish, we may dismiss this observation as an hallucination caused by the way the human brain, being disposed to see in terms of articulations and hierarchies, perceives the world. On the whole, though, there are good reasons to believe in the hierarchical subdivision of the world as an objective feature of reality'. Christopher Alexander. Notes on the Synthesis of Form. Harvard University Press, 1964, p. 129.

8. Many manifestations of this have been examined by Johan Galtung, Essays in Peace Research. Copenhagen, Christian Ejlers, 1976, 3 vols.

9. Judge, Anthony. The network alternative. Transnational Associations, 29, 1977, 9, pp. 352-359. [text]

10. Judge, Anthony. International organization networks; a complementary perspective. In: Paul Taylor and A J R Groom (Eds.). International Organizations; a conceptual approach. Frances Pinter, 1977, pp. 381-413. [text]

11. Judge, Anthony. Organizational systems versus network organization. Transnational Associations, 29, 1977, 9, pp. 360-364 (Part 1); 1977, 11, pp. 479-484 (Part 2) (Edited transcript of a round table discussion on the distinction between 'system' and 'network'. Montreal, 1976. [text]

12. Smith, David Horton.  Inter-organizational networking. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 10, pp. 429-434.

13. Judge, Anthony. Tensed networks; balancing and focusing network dynamics in response to networking diseases. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 11 (Paper presented to the meeting of the Goals, Processes and indicators of Development project of the UN University, Geneva, October 1978). [text]

14. Judge, Anthony. Networking diseases. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 11. [text]

15. Center for the Study of Social Policy. Changing Images of Man. Stanford Research Institute, 1974, 319 p.

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

de Bono, Edward.  The Use of Lateral Thinking. 1967.

de Bono, Edward.  The Mechanism of Mind. 1969.

de Bono, Edward.  Lateral Thinking - a textbook of creativity. 1970.

de Bono, Edward.  PO - beyond yes and no. 1972.

18. UNESCO. La Science et la Diversité des Cultures (Paris, 1974); Cultures and Time (Paris, 1976); Time and the Philosophics (Paris, 1977); Time and the Sciences

19. Arnheim, Rudolf.  Visual Thinking. Febeo, 1970.

20. The richness and variety of the connotations of 'duality', for example, may be seen in: June Singer. Androgyny. Doubleday, 1976.

21. The difficulties of labelling and comprehending fundamental change processes are illustrated by the categories in the traditional Taoist text: I Ching (The Book of Changes). Princeton University Press, 1967 (Translated by Richard Wilhelm)

22. On the problem of specialized jargons, see: G. Sartori, F.W. Riggs and H. Teune. Tower of Babel; on the definition and analysis of concepts in the social sciences. University of Pittsburgh, 1975

23. Les problémes du language dans la société internationale. Bruxelles, Union des Associations Internationales, 1974

24. The importance of dialogues is currently being explored by the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the UN University. See, for example: Johan Galtung. On dialogue as a method; some very preliminary notes

25. Jones, John Christopher.  Design Methods. Wilay, 1970.

26. Fuller, R. Buckminster / Applewhite, E. J.  Synergetics: explorations in the geometry of thinking. Macmillan, 1975  (Tensegrity: pp. 372-432).

27. Pugh, Anthony.  An Introduction to Tensegrity. University of California Press, 1976.

28. Judge, Anthony. A lesson in organization from building design. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 5, pp. 248-257. [text]

29. Sallantin, Xavier.  L'épistémologie arithmétique (communication aux Séminaires internationaux d'épistémologie de l'Abbaye de Sénanque, Septembre 1976). In which a 3-valued logic is proposed.

30. Kinhide Mushakoji. Scientific revolutions and inter-paradigmatic dialogues. (Paper presented to the GPID meeting of the UN University, Geneva, Octobre 1978). In which a 4 valued logic is proposed.

31. Needham, Joseph.  The system of the Book of Changes. In: Science and Civilisation in China; the fundamental ideas of Chinese science. University Press, 1956, vol. 2.

33. van der Blij, F.  Combinatorial aspects of the hexagrams in the Chinese Book of Changes. Scripta Mathematica, 28, 1, May 1967, pp. 37-49.

34. Gardner, M.  The combinatorial basis of the I Ching. Scientific American, January 1974, pp. 108-113.

35. Galtung, Johan.  Structural analysis and chemical molecules. In: Methodology and Ideology. Copenhagen, Christian Ejlers, 1977, pp. 160-189.

36. Holton, Gerald.  The roots of complementarity. Daedalus (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Fall 1970, pp. 1015-1055.

37. Blackburn, T. R.  Sensuous-intellectual complementarity. Science, 172, 4 June 1971, pp. 1003-1007  (on countercultural epistemology and its value to the science of complex systems).

38. Bohr, Niels.  Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge. Wiley, 1958, pp. 67-82.

39. A possible exception is Keith Critchlow: Order in Space; a design source book (London, Thames and Hudson, 1969); and Islamic patterns; an analytical and cosmological approach (London, Thames and Hudson, 1976); or Keith Albarn et al. The Language of Pattern (London, Thames and Hudson, 1974). But these are almost exclusively concerned with two-dimensional patterns and not structures.

40. Gattegno, Caleb / Cuisneaire, Georges.  Numbers in Colour. 1954.

41. Spencer-Brown, George.  Laws of Form. George Allen and Unwin, 1969.

42. Steiner, George A.  Top Management Planning. Macmillan, 1969.

43. Judge, Anthony. Organizational hybrids; transnational network of research and service communities. Transnational Associations, 29, 1977, 7-8, pp. 306-311 [text]

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