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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Ayittey, George B. N.  Africa Needs Tough Love. Wall Street Journal, 15 July 15, 2003. [text]

Barber, Ben.  Tough love for Africa. 2001. [text]

Barnett, Karal Ayn.  Crazy Spirituality. 1998. [text]

Beisser, Arnold.  The Paradoxical Theory of Change. In: Gestalt Theoy Now, 1970. [text]

Brechin, Gray.  The Great Endarkenment: 9/11 Inquiry. 26 March 2004. [text]

Carse, James P.  Finite and Infinite Games: a vision of life as play and possibility. Free Press, 1986. [review review review]

Cohen, Florette.  Fatal Attraction: The Effects of Mortality Salience on Evaluations of Charismatic, Task-Oriented and Relationship-Oriented Leaders. Psychological Science, December 2004, vol. 15, no. 12, pp. 846-851(6). [text]

Lama Surya Das. Crazy Wisdom and Tibetan Teaching Tales Told by Lamas, 1989 [text]

European Union. EU "tough love" warning to Romania over corruption. AFP, 11 March 2004 [text]

Farrelly, Frank / Brandsma, Jeffrey.  Provocative Therapy. Cupertino CA, Meta Publishing Co., 1974

Richard Farson. A Paradoxical Approach to Combating Terrorism. [text]

Fletcher, Jerry L. / Olwyler, Kelle.  Paradoxical Thinking: how to profit from your contradictions. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1997. [summary]

Fuller, Steve.  Philosophy, Rhetoric and The End of Knowledge: The Coming of Science and Technology Studies. Wisconsin University Press, 1993.. [review]

Ganesan, Senthil.  Benetton group: Unconventional advertising, 2002. [text]

Graber, Ann V.  Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy. Wyndham Hall Pres, 2003.

Grabbe, Heather / Tewes, Henning.  Tough Love for our Eastern Neighbours. Centre for European Reform, 27 June 2003. [text]

Hampden-Turner, Charles / Trompenaars, Fons.  Mastering the Infinite Game: How East Asian Values Are Transforming Business Practices. Capstone; 1997. [review]

Hillman, James.  We've Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy--And the World's Getting Worse. HarperSanFrancisco, 1993.

Marie-Christine Blais. Art, subversion...ou les deux? 1998 [text]

Charlie McKenzie. A Tart Reply. 1998 [text]


Johnson, Steven.  Everything Bad is Good for You. Allen Lane, 2005. [review]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Judge, Anthony.  Post-crisis opportunities: paradoxical merit of negative strategies, 1995. [text]

Lake, David.  Frank Farrelly and Provocative Therapy: A Tribute, 1999. [text]

Landau, Mark J.  Deliver Us From Evil: The Effects of Mortality Salience and Reminders of 9/11 on Support for President George W. Bush. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 30 No. 9, September 2004 1136-1150. [text]

Lane, Belden C.  The Spirituality and Politics of Holy Folly, 1982. [text]

Ledeen, Michael.  Machiavelli on Modern Leadership: Why Machiavelli's Iron Rules Are as Timely and Important Today as Five Centuries Ago. Truman Talley Books/St Martin's Press, 1999. [excerpt]

Lewis, Richard.  An Introduction to Suicide Strategy, 2004. [text]

Lewis, Marianne W. / Dehler, Gordon E.  Learning through Paradox: A Pedagogical Strategy for Exploring Contradictions and Complexity. Journal of Management Education, 2000, 24 (6), 708-725.

Moriarty, David E. / Miikkulainen, Risto.  Discovering Complex Othello Strategies Through Evolutionary Neural Networks, 2000. [text]

Nisker, Wes.  The Essential Crazy Wisdom. Ten Speed Press. [review]

Pelusi, Nando.  How to Cultivate Humor. Psychology Today Magazine, March 2004. [text]

Pyszczynski, Tom / Solomon, Sheldon / Greenberg, Jeff.  In the Wake of 9/11: The Psychology of Terror, American Psychological Association, 2003. [text]

Rhinehart, Luke.  The Dice Man. HarperCollins, 1971.

Rhinehart, Luke.  The Book of the Die. HarperCollins, 2000.

Rheingold, Howard.  Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution.. [summary]

Sands, Philippe.  Lawless World: America and the Making and Breaking of Global Rules. Allen Lane, 2005. [review]

Somerville, Glenn.  US Treasury's O'Neill brings tough love to Africa. Africa News, 17 May 2002. [text]

Strobe Talbott. To Russia, With Tough Love. The New York Times, 24 February 2005 [text]

Taylor, Elanor.  Dadaist lunacy or the future of protest?. An introduction to the world of flash-mobbing. Social Issues Research Centre, 2003. [text]

Toynbee, Polly.  The Myth of Dying. The Guardian, 25 March 2005. [text]

Ventura, Michael.  Letters at 3am: Reports on Endarkenment. Spring Publications, 1993.

Wade, Abdoulaye.  Tough Love for Africa: an interview. Newsweek, 2002. [text]

Weeks, Gerald R. / L'Abate, Luciano.  Paradoxical Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice With Individuals, Couples and Families. Brunner-Routledge, 1982.

Wortley, David.  Paradox: The Digital Revolution Beginning of the End or End of the Beginning?. (cf chapter on Paradoxical Society). [summary]

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