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Metaphoric Revolution


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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

2. Judge, Anthony. Comprehension of appropriateness. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1986 (Paper for project on Economic Aspects of Human Development of the Regional and Global Studies Division of the United Nations University). [text]

3. Judge, Anthony. Governance through metaphor. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1987 [text]

4. Judge, Anthony.  US Club of Rome Newsletter. 1987.

5. Bertrand, Maurice.  Some Reflections on Reform of the United Nations. Geneva, Joint Inspection Unit, United Nations, 1985  (JIU/REP/85/9).

6. World Commission on Environment and Development. Our Common Future (Bruntland Report.). Oxford University Press, 1987

7. Fobes, John.  Next steps in world governance  (Unpublished remarks at the Club of Rome conference, Santander, 1985).

8. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

9. Judge, Anthony. Representation, comprehension and communication of sets; the role of number. Tokyo, United Nations University, 1980 (Paper for the project on Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development of the Human and Social Development Programme of the United Nations University), HSDRGPID-22/UNUP-133. [text]

10. Judge, Anthony. Beyond method; engaging opposition in psycho-social organization (Paper for the Methodology subproject of the United Nations University GPID project, Bucharest, 1981) Portions published in ref. 1, Sections CP and XCP. [text]

11. Sposito, Garrison.  Does a generalized Heisenberg Principle operate in the social siences?. Inquiry (Oslo, Universitetsforlaget), 12, (1969), 3, pp.356-361.

12. Prakash, Sanjay / Revi, Aromar / Khosla, Ashok.  A transcultural view of sustainable develompent; the landscape of design. New Delhi, Development Alternatives, 1986  (Document for the World Commission on Environment and Development, ref. 6).

13. United Nations University. Science and Praxis of Complexity. Tokyo, UNU, 1985

14. Peitgen, H. O. / Richter, P. H.  The Beauty of Fractals; images of complex dynamical systems. Berlin, Springer Verlag, 1986  (Introduction on the 'Frontiers of Chaos').

15. Bohm, David.  Wholeness and the Implicate Order. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1980.

16. Zukav, G.  The Dancing Wu-Li Masters. William Morrow, 1979.

17. Capra, Fritjof.  The Tao of Physics. Shambhala, 1975.

18. Goodman, Nelson.  The Languages of Art; an approach to a theory of symbols. Hackett, 1976.

19. Van Noppen, Jean-Pierre  (Comp.).    Metaphor; a bibliography of post-1970 publications. John Benjamins, 1985  (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science).

20. de Bono, Edward.  Lateral Thinking for Management. Penguin, 1982.

21-28. Omitted.

29. Buttimer, Anne.  Musing on Helicon; root metaphors and geography. Geografiska Annaler, 64 B (1982), 2, pp. 89-96.

30. Polanyi, Michael.  Personal Knowledge; towards a post-critical philosophy. London, Routlegde and Kegan Paul.

31. Fuller, R. Buckminster.  Synergetics 2. Macmillan, 1979.

32. Prigogine, Ilya.  Order Out of Chaos. Toronto, Bantam, 1984.

33. Pask, Gordon.  Conversation, Cognition and Learning. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1975.

34. Sheldrake, Rupert.  A New Science of Life. Toronto, Granada, 1983.

35. Wittgenstein, Ludwig.  The Bleu and Brown Books. Blackwell, 1972.

36. Alexander, Christopher.  The Timeless Way of Building. Oxford University Press,1979.

37. Judge, Anthony.  Reflections on associative constraints and possibilities in an information society. Transnational Associations, 38, 1987. [text].

38. Galtung, Johan.  Processes in the UN system. (Paper for Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development Project of the United Nations University). Geneva, 1980.

39. Lawson, Hilary.  Reflexivity; the post-modern predicament. Hutchinson, 1985.

40. Johan Galtung first explored the possibility of using the organization of chemical molecules to clarify the description of social organization

41. Op. cit, reference 1

42. Omitted

43. Musashi, Miyamoto.  The Five Rings (Gorin No Sho); the real art of Japanese management. Bantam, 1982.

44. Omitted

45. McFague, Sallie.  Metaphorical Theology. SCM, 1982.

46. McFague, Sallie.  Models of God. SCM, 1987.

47. Campbell, Jeremy.  Grammatical Man; information entropy, language and life. Simon and Schuster, 1982.

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

49. Fuglesang, Andreas.  About Undestanding: ideas and observations on cross-cultural communication. Uppsala, Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, 1982.

50. Moulin, L.  Medieval Origins of Transnationality. In: From International to Transnational. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1980, pp. 270-276.

51. De Guinzbourg, V. S. M.  Wit and Wisdom of the United Nations and Esprit et Sagesse des Nations Unies; proverbs and apothegms on diplomacy. New York, Paroemiological Society (c/o United Nations), 1961.

52. Graves, Robert.  Seven Days in New Crete. House of Stratus, 2002.

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

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