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Abram, David.  The Spell of the Sensuous: perception and language in a more-than-human world. New York, Random House, 1997.

Ackoff, Russell L.  s Fables: irreverent reflections on business and bureaucracy. Wiley, 1991.

Alvesson, Mats / Spicer, André  (Eds.).    Metaphors We Lead By: understanding leadership in the real world. Routledge, 2010. [contents]

Awati, Kailash.  Metaphors we argue by. Eight to Late, 2011. [text]

Bateson, Mary Catherine.  Our Own Metaphor: a personal account of a conference on the effects of conscious purpose on human adaptation. Knopf, 1972.

Bateson, Gregory.  Mind and Nature; a necessary unity. New York, Dutton, 1979.

Beer, Jennifer E.  3 metaphors we use in our consulting work. 2011. [text]

Beer, Stafford.  Beyond Dispute: the invention of team syntegrity. John Wiley, 1994.

Berndt, Ronald M. / Berndt, Catherine H.  The Speaking Land: myth and story in Aboriginal Australia. Inner Traditions, 1994.

Boroditsky, Lera.  Metaphoric Structuring: understanding time through spatial metaphors. Cognition, 75, 2000, pp. 1-28.

Boulding, Kenneth E.  Skeleton of Science. General Systems: Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research, vol. 1, 1956. [text]

Boulding, Kenneth E.  Ecodynamics; a new theory of social evolution. Sage, 1978.

Bowman, Joel.  Metaphors We Die By (and For). Subtle Communications Systems, 21 May 2011. [text]

Bowman, Mary Ann.  Metaphors We Teach By: understanding ourselves as teachers and learners. In: Essays on Teaching Excellence, 8, 4, 1996-7. [text]

Breton, Denise / Largent, Christopher.  The Paradigm Conspiracy: why our social systems violate human potential and how we can change them. Hazelden, 1996.

Brooks, Michael.  Free Radicals: the secret anarchy of science. Profile, 2011.

Carr, Nicholas.  The Shallows: what the internet is doing to our brains. W. W. Norton, 2010.

Carroll, B. Jill.  Models of God or Models of Us?. On the Theology of Sallie McFague. Encounter, 1991, 52, pp. 183-196.

Carse, James P.  Finite and Infinite Games: a vision of life as play and possibility. Ballantine Books, 1987. [summary]

Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. Interdisciplinarity; problems of teaching and research in universities. OECD, 1972.

Cerulo, Karen A.  Never Saw It Coming: cultural challenges to envisioning the worst. 2006.

Chatterjee, Piya / Maira, Sunaina.  The Imperial University: academic repression and scholarly dissent. University of Minnesota Press, 2014,. [review]

Chatwin, Bruce.  The Songlines. Penguin, 1988.

Coseru, Christian.  Sudden/Gradual approaches to enlightenment in Indian Mahayana Buddhism with reference to Abhisamayalamkaraloka of Haribhadra. [text]

Cuisenaire, Georges / Gattegno, Caleb.  Numbers in Colour, 1954  (an introduction to teaching mathematics with rods).

Cunningham, D. J. / Duffy, Thomas M. / Knuth, R. A.  Metaphors We Teach By. In: The Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology, Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 2001. [text]

Cunningham, D. J. / Duffy, Thomas M. / Knuth, R. A.  The Textbook of the Future. In: C. McKnight, A. Dillon and J. Richardson (Eds.), Hypertext: A Psychological Perspective. Ellis Horwood, 1993, pp. 19-49.

Cutler, Steve.  Raising Metacognitive Awareness in Planning and Practice (11th Asia/Pacific gifted conference, Sydney, July 2010.

Csíkszentmihalyi, Mihaly.  Creativity: flow and the psychology of discovery and invention. Harper Perennial, 1996.

Davies, David Berrington  (Ed.).    Working on Awareness for Teaching and for Research on Teaching. Bristol, Abon Language School, 1989  (transcript of a seminar by Caleb Gattegno).

Dawkins, Richard.  The God Delusion. Bantam Books, 2006. [summary]

de Bono, Edward.  Atlas of Management Thinking. Viking Press, 1983.

de Bono, Edward.  Lateral Thinking for Management: a handbook. Penguin Books, 1990.

de Bono, Edward.  Po: Beyond Yes and No. International Center for Creative Thinking, 1990.

de Bono, Edward.  How to Have a Beautiful Mind. Ebury Press, 2004.

de Bono, Edward.  I Am Right You Are Wrong: from rock logic to water logic. Penguin, 1992.

de Bono, Edward.  New Thinking for the New Millennium. New Millennium Entertainment, 2000.

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

de Nicolas, Antonio T.  Habits of Mind: an introduction to the philosophy of education. Paragon House, 1989.

de Nicolas, Antonio T.  Meditations through the Rg Veda. Shambhala, 1978.

Duffy, Thomas M. / Cunningham, Donald J.  Constructivism: Implications for the Design and Delivery of Instruction. In: David H. Jonassen (Ed.). Handbook of Research for Educationall Communications and Technology. Macmillan. [text]

Elkin, A. P.  Aboriginal Men of High Degree: initiation and sorcery in the world's oldest tradition. Inner Traditions, 1993.

Elmandjra, Mahdi / Malitza, Mircea / Botkin, James W.  No Limits To Learning: bridging the human gap. Pergamon, 1981  (A Report to the Club of Rome).

Fairfield, R. P.  Images of Learning. New Directions for Student Services, 1981: 1-10. doi: 10.1002/ss.37119811503. [abstract]

Faure, Edgar / Herrera, F.  Learning To Be: the world of education today and tomorrow. UNESCO, 1972.

Feyerabend, Paul K.  Against Method: outline of an anarchistic theory of knowledge. Versa, 1975.

Feyerabend, Paul K.  Conquest of Abundance: a tale of abstraction versus the richness of being. University of Chicago Press, 1999.

Gattegno, Caleb.  Words in Colour. Educational Explorers, 1963.

Gattegno, Caleb.  Teaching Reading with Words in Color: a scientific study of the problems of reading. Educational Solutions, 2010.

Gilligan, Carol.  In a Different Voice: psychological theory and women's development. Harvard University Press, 1982. [summary]

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

Gregory, Peter N.  (Ed.).    Sudden and Gradual; approaches to enlightenment in Chinese thought. Motilal Banarsidas, 1991.

Groeger, Lena.  Metaphors We Moralize By. Practical Ethics, 2 March 2010. [text]

Hacker, D. J. / Dunlosky, K. / Graesser, Arthur C.  (Eds.).    Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice. Mahwah: NJ, Erlbaum.

Haskell, Edward F.  Generalization of the structure of Mendeleev's periodic table. In: E. Haskell (Ed.), Full Circle: The Moral Force of Unified Science. New York, Gordon and Breach, 1972. [text]

Hofstadter, Douglas.  Gödel, Escher, Bach: an eternal golden braid. Basic Books, 1979. [summary]

Hofstadter, Douglas.  I Am a Strange Loop. Basic Books, 2007. [summary]

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Ingenuity Gap: how can we solve the problems of the future? Jonathan Cape, 2000. [summary]

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

Ivie, Stanley D.  Metaphor Matrix and Leadership Style. Journal of Philosophy and History of Education, 55, 2005, pp. 121-126. [text]

Jacobson, Sid.  Meta-Cation: education about education with neuro-linguistic programming. iUniverse.Com, 2000 -.

Jantsch, Erich.  Towards Interdisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in Education and Innovation. In: Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. Interdisciplinarity; problems of teaching and research in universities. Paris, OECD, 1972.

Jørgensen, Rikke Frank.  Metaphors We Regulate By (in response to Framing the Net). Publius Project, 2 November 2009. [text]

Kaplan, George R.  Images of Education: the mass media's version of America's Schools. Institute of Educational Leadership, 1992.

Klein, Julie.  Interdisciplinarity: history, theory and practice. Wayne State University Press, 1990.

Koestler, Arthur.  The Call-Girls: a tragi-comedy with prologue and epilogue. Random House, 1973. [summary]

Lakoff, George.  Women, Fire and Dangerous Things: what categories reveal about the mind. University of Chicago Press, 1987.

Lakoff, George.  The Political Mind: Why you can't understand 21st century politics with an 18th century brain. Penguin Books, 2008.

Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Metaphors We Live By. The University of Chicago Press, 1980.

Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Philosophy in the Flesh: The embodied mind and its challenge to western thought. Basic Books, 1999.

Lakoff, George / Turner, Mark.  More than Cool Reason: a field guide to poetic metaphor. University of Chicago Press, 1989.

Lakoff, George / Núñez, Rafael E.  Where Mathematics Comes From: how the embodied mind brings mathematics into being. Basic Books, 2001.

McFague, Sallie.  Models of God: theology for an ecological, nuclear age. Fortress Press, 1987.

McFague, Sallie.  Life Abundant: Rethinking Theology and Economy for a Planet in Peril - Searching for a New Framework. Augsburg Fortress, 2000.

McWhinney, Will / Markos, Laura.  Transformative Education Across the Threshold. Journal of Transformative Education, January 2003, 1, 1, pp. 16-37. [abstract]

Maglio, Paul P. / Matlock, Teenie.  Metaphors We Surf the Web By. IBM Almaden Research Center, 1998. [doi]

Marshall, April D.  Metaphors We Die By. Semiotica, 8, 2006, pp. 345 - 361. [abstract]

Michael, Donald N.  Learning to Plan-And Planning to Learn. Miles River Press, 1997.

Mietzner, Ulrike / Myers, Kevin / Peim, Nick  (Eds.).    Visual History: images of education. Peter Lang, 2005.

Morgan, Gareth.  Images of Organization. Sage, 1986..

Morgan, Gareth.  Riding the Waves of Change; developing managerial competencies for a turbulent world. Jossey Bass, 1988..

Morozov, Evgeny.  The Net Delusion: the dark side of internet freedom. 2011.

Neilson, Alison Laurie.  Disrupting Privilege, Identity and Meaning: a reflexive dance of environmental education. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, 2006. [text]

Norgaard, Richard B.  Metaphors We Might Survive By. Ecological Economics, 15, 1995, 2, pp. 129-131. [text]

Pariser, Eli.  The Filter Bubble: what the internet is hiding from you. Penguin Press, 2011.

Pencak, William  (Ed.).    Worldmaking. Peter Lang, 1996.

Perumal, Juliet.  Demythologising the Metaphors We Teach By. The International Journal of Learning. [abstract]

Pollio, H. R. / Barlow, J. M. / Fine, H. J. / Pollio, M. R.  Psychology and the Poetics of Growth: figurative language in psychology, psychotherapy and education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1977.

Ponterotto, Diane.  Metaphors We Can Learn By: how insights from cognitive linguistic research can improve the teaching/learning of figurative language. English Teaching Forum, 32, 3, July - September 1994. [text]

Posey, Darrell A.  (Ed.).    Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity: a complementary contribution to Global Biodiversity Assessment. Intermediate Technology, 1999  (for the United Nations Environment Programme).

Prothero, Stephen R.  God Is Not One: the eight rival religions that run the world. HarperOne, 2011.

Quinn, N.  The Cultural Basis of Metaphor. In: J. W. Fernandez (Ed.), Beyond Metaphor: the theory of tropes in anthropology. Stanford University Press, 1991, pp. 56-93.

Ramo, Joshua Cooper.  The Age of the Unthinkable: why the new world disorder constantly surprises us and what we can do about it. 2009.

Rao, Venkatesh.  How Conceptual Metaphors are Stunting Web Innovation. Mashable, 13 January 2010. [text]

Rifkin, Jeremy.  Time Wars: the primary conflict in human history. Henry Holt, 1987.

Ritchie, Stephen.  Metaphors We Write By. Metaphor and Analogy in Science Education, 2006, 30, pp. 177-187. [abstract]

Rosen, Steven M.  Topologies of the Flesh: a multidimensional exploration of the lifeworld. Ohio University Press, 2006. [excerpts]

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. House of Anansi, 1995.

Schmitt, Rudolf.  Systematic Metaphor Analysis as a Method of Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report, 10, 2, June 2005, pp. 358-394. [text]

Schon, Donald A.  Generative Metaphor: a perspective on problem-setting in social policy. In: A. Ortony (Ed.). Metaphor and Thought. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Schraw, G.  Promoting general metacognitive awareness. Instructional Science, 26, 1998, 1-2, pp. 113-125.

Schuh, Kathy L. / Cunningham, Donald J.  Rhizome and the Mind: describing the metaphor. Semiotica, 149, 2004. [text]

Skolimowski, Henryk.  The Participatory Mind: a new theory of knowledge and of the universe. Arkana 1995. [review]

Sriraman, Bharath / English, Lyn  (Eds.).    Theories of Mathematics Education: seeking new frontiers. Springer, 2009.

Sternberg, Robert J.  Metaphors of Mind. Conceptions of the Nature of Intelligence. Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Stohlman, Kimberly.  Teacher Education: changing how we think in metaphors. Ezine, 2009. [text]

Super, C. M. / Harkness, S.  The Metaphors of Development. Human-Development, 46, 2003, (1), pp. 3-23.

Svinicki, Marilla D.  Theories and Metaphors We Teach By. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 1991, 45, pp. 111-119. [abstract]

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: the impact of the highly improbable. 2007. [summary]

Taylor, Joby Blaine.  Metaphors We Serve By: critical and constructive play with the discourses on service, national service and service-learning. University of Maryland, 2007. [abstract]

Thibodeau, Paul H. / Boroditsky, Lera.  Metaphors We Think With: the role of metaphor in reasoning. PLoS ONE 6, 2011, (2): e16782. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016782  (Reviewed by Economist Metaphors we do everything by? 26 May 2011). [text]

Thornbury, Scott.  Metaphors We Work By: EFL and its metaphors. ELT Journal, 45, 3, July 1991. pp. 93-200. [text]

Varela, Francisco J.  Laying down a path in walking. In W. Thompson (Ed.), Gaia: A way of knowing. (pp. 48-64). Lindisfarne Press, 1987..

Varela, Francisco J.  Laying Down a Path in Walking: essays on enactive cognition. Zone Books/MIT Press, 1997.

Varela, Francisco J. / Thompson, Evan / Rosch, Eleanor.  The embodied mind: Cognitive science and human experience. MIT Press, 1991.

Vesanto, Juha juuso.  World building. [web resources: http://www.hut.fi/*vesanto/world.build.html]

Vierkant, Stephan.  Metaphors We Love By. Freie Universität Berlin, 2005. [abstract]

Audrey Watters. Sputnik, DARPA, Rosa Parks Moments: metaphors we reform education by. The Huffington Post, 12 February 2011 [text]

Yelland, Nicola.  Shift to the Future: rethinking learning with new technologies in education. Routledge, 2006.

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