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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Aminrazavi, Mehdi.  The Wine of Wisdom: the life, poetry and philosophy of Omar Khayyam. Oneworld Publications, 2005.

Amir-Moez, A. R.  A Paper of Omar Khayyam. Scripta Mathematica, 26, 1963, pp. 323-337.

Atkin, Ronald H.  Combinatorial Connectivities in Social Systems; an application of simplicial complex structures to the study of large organizations. Basel, Birkhauser, 1977.

Atkin, Ronald H.  Multidimensional nan; can man live in 3-dimensional space ? London, Penguin, 1981.

Bohm, David.  Wholeness and the Implicate Order. Routledge, 1980. [summary]

Bohm, David / Krishnamurti, Jiddu.  Limits of Thought: Discussions. Routledge, 1999.

Bohm, David / Krishnamurti, Jiddu.  The Ending of Time. Harper, 1985.

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

Brakel, Linda A. Wimer.  On Knowing the Unconscious: lessons from the epistemology of geometry and space. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 75, 1994, pp. 39-49. [abstract]

Colston, Herbert L.  Irony, Analogy and Truth. In: Armin Burkhardt and Brigitte Nerlich (Eds.). Tropical Truth(s): the epistemology of metaphor and other tropes. De Gruyter, 2010, pp. 339-354.

Coventry, K. R. / Garrod, S. C.  Saying, Seeing and Acting: The Psychological Semantics of Spatial Prepositions. Essays in Cognitive Psychology Series. Psychology Press, 2004..

Coventry, K. R. / Garrod, S. C.  Towards the development of a psychologically-plausible model for spatial language comprehension embodying geometric and functional relations. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Language and Space workshop: Defining Functional and Spatial Features. University of Notre Dame, Indiana, 2001.

Coventry, K. R. / Olivier, P.  (Eds.).    Spatial Language. Cognitive and Computational Perspectives. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.

de Bono, Edward.  Water Logic. McQuaig Group, 1993.

Deacon, Terrence W.  Incomplete Nature: how mind emerged from matter. W. W. Norton, 2011.

Deacon, Terrence W.  What's Missing from Theories of Information? In: Paul Davies and Niels Henrik Gregersen (Eds.), Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics. Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp. 146-169. [text]

Deutscher, Max.  Subjecting and Objecting: an essay in objectivity. University of Queensland Press, 1983.

Domski, Mary.  The Constructible and the Intelligible in Newton's Philosophy of Geometry. Philosophy of Science 70, 2003, 5, pp. 1114-1124. [abstract]

Elman, Colin.  Horses for Courses: Why Not Neorealist Theories of Foreign Policy?. Security Studies, 6, 1996, 1, pp. 7-53. [abstract]

Fauvel, John / Flood, Raymond / Wilson, Robin  (Eds.).    Mobius and His Band: mathematics and astronomy in nineteenth-century Germany. Oxford University Press, 1993.

Gauthier, Pierre Quinton.  Higher dimensional analogues of the tent maps. Masters thesis, Concordia University, 1987. [text]

Gibbs Jr, Raymond W.  and Herbert L. Colston (Eds.). Irony in Language and Thought: a cognitive science reader. Routledge, 2007.

Greene, Brian.  The Hidden Reality: parallel universes and the deep laws of the cosmos. Knopf, 2011. [summary]

Gregg, John R.  Ones and Zeros: understanding boolean algebra, digit circuits and the logivc of sets. IEEE Press, 1998.

Hofstadter, Douglas.  Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: computer models of the fundamental mechanisms of thought. Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1995. [summary]

Joyce, D. W. / Richards, L. V. / Cangelosi, A. / Coventry, K. R.  On the foundations of perceptual symbol systems: Specifying embodied representations via connectionism. In F. Dretje, D. Dorner and H. Schaub (Eds.), The Logic of Cognitive Systems. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Modelling, Universitats-Verlag Bamberg, Germany, 2003, pp147-152.. [text]

Joyce, D. W. / Richards, L. V. / Cangelosi, A. / Coventry, K. R.  Object representation-by-fragments in the visual system: A neurocomputational model. In: L. Wang, J.C. Rajapakse, K. Fukushima, S.Y. Lee, X. Yao (Eds.)., Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONP02) IEEE Press, Singapore, 2002. [text]

Kaplan, Robert D. / Kaplan, Ellen.  The Nothing That Is: a natural history of zero. Oxford University Press, 2000.

Kasir, D. S.  The Algebra of Omar Khayyam. Columbia University, 1931.

King, Jerry P.  The Art of Mathematics. Plenum, 1992.

Klapp, Orrin E.  Opening and Closing; strategies and information adaptation in society. Cambridge University Press. 1978.

Klapp, Orrin E.  Overload and Boredom: essays on the quality of life in the information society. Greenwood Press, 1986.

Krishnamurti, Jiddu / Bohm, David / Sheldrake, Rupert / Hidley, John.  The Nature of the Mind. KPA, 2005.

Kvasz, Ladislav.  Kant's Philosophy of Geometry: on the road to a final assessment. Philosophia Mathematica, 19, 2011, 2, pp.139-166. [abstract]

Lawler, John / Breck, Eric.  Embodying Arithmetic: Counting on Your Hands and Feet. [text]

Lehrer, Richard / Chazan, Daniel  (Eds.).    Designing Learning Environments for Developing Understanding of Geometry and Space. Routledge, 1998.

Mach, Ernst.  On the Psychology and Natural Development of Geometry. In: Space and geometry in the light of physiological, psychological and physical inquiry. Watchmaker Publishing, 2011. [text]

Mardia, K. V.  Omar Khayyam, Rene Descartes and Solutions to Algebraic Equations. Paper for the Omar Khayyam Club, 1991. [text]

Menary, Richard  (Ed.).    The Extended Mind Edited. MIT Press, 2010.

Qazi, Fozia.  A Book of Verses, a Jug of Wine and Intersecting Conic Sections: The Poetry and Mathematics of Omar Khayyám. River Gazette, March 2003. [text]

Rapoport, Diego L.  Surmounting the Cartesian Cut through Philosophy, Physics, Logic, Cybernetics and Geometry: self-reference, torsion, the Klein bottle, the time operator, multivalued logics and quantum mechanics.Foundations Of Physics, 39, 2009. [text]

Rescher, Nicholas.  The Strife of Systems: an essay on the grounds and implications of philosophical diversity. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985.

Rosen, Steven M.  Topologies of the Flesh: a multidimensional exploration of the lifeworld. 2006. [text]

Rosen, Steven M.  Dimensions of Apeiron: a topological phenomenology of space, time, and individuation. Value Inquiry Book Series, 2004. [text]

Rosen, Steven M.  What is Radical Recursion? SEED Journal , 2004, 4 (1), pp. 38-57. [text]

Rosen, Steven M.  Science, Paradox and the Moebius Principle: the evolution of a "transcultural" approach to wholeness. State University of New York, 1994. [summary]

Rosen, Steven M.  Reinhabiting the Lifeworld: ecology, reversibility, and self-reversal. Presentation for the Twenty-Seventh Annual International Conference of the Merleau-Ponty Circle, 2002. [text]

Rosen, Steven M.  The Concept of the Infinite and the crisis in modern physics. Speculations in Science and Technology 6, 1983, (4), pp. 413-425. [abstract]

Rosen, Steven M.  Bridging the "Two Cultures": Merleau-Ponty and the crisis in modern physics. 2009. [text]

Rosen, Steven M.  The Self-evolving Cosmos: a phenomenological approach to nature's unity-in-diversity. World Scientific, 2008.

Rotman, Brian.  Signifying Nothing: the semiotics of zero. Stanford University Press, 1993.

Seife, Charles.  Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea. Penguin, 2000.

Seyed-Gohrab, Asghar.  Momentary Glimpse -- Final Report of the conference: The Legacy of Omar Khayyam. Leiden University, 2009. [text]

Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine.  The Primacy of Movement. John Benjamins, 1999.

Sterrett, Susan G.  Wittgenstein Flies a Kite: a story of models of wings and models of the world. Pi Press, 2005.

Storey, W. E.  Omar Khayyam as a Mathematician. Rosemary Press, 1918.

Taylor, George.  Risk and Financial Armageddon in Ireland: the politics of the Galway Tent, The Political Quarterly, 82, October-December 2011, 4, pp. 596-608. [abstract]

Torretti, R.  Philosophy of Geometry from Riemann to Poincaré. D. Reidel Publishing, 1978.

Tirtha, Swami Govinda.  The Nectar of Grace: Omar Khayyam's Life and Works. Kitabistan, Allahabad, 1941.

Warraq, Ibn.  The Poet of Doubt: Umar Khayyam and Iranian Freethought. New English Review, 2007. [text]

Waygood, Scott.  Quasi-Empirical Fictionalism as an Approach to the Philosophy of Geometry. University of Wellington, 2009. [abstract]

Wertheim, Margaret.  Physics on the Fringe: smoke rings, circlons and alternative Theories of Everything. Walker, 2011.

Young, Lam Lay / Se, Ang Tian.  Fleeting Footsteps: tracing the conception of arithmetic and algebra in Ancient China. World Scientific, 1992.

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