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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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

Atkin, Ronald H.  Multi-Dimensional Man: can man live in 3 dimensional space?. Penguin, 1981. [summary]

Baldoni, John.  On Leadership Communication: The Power of Why -- For those times when the status quo just won't do. Darwin, May 2004. [text]

Baron, Robert A.  The cognitive perspective: a valuable tool for answering entrepreneurship's basic "why" questions. Journal of Business Venturing, 19, 2, March 2004, pp. 221-239. [text]

Bates, Brian.  The Way of the Wyrd. Arrow Books Ltd, 1983. [comment]

Bennett, J. G. / Blake, Anthony G. E.  Systematics: a new techniaque in thinking. Institute for the Comparative Study of History, Philosophy and the Sciences, 1966. [text]

Blanchette, Judith.  Questions in the Online Learning Environment. Journal of Distance Education/Revue de l'enseignement à distance, 2001. [text]

Brien, Dolores.  Today's Magnum Opus of the Soul: On Wolfgang Giegerich's 'Opposition of 'Individual' and 'Collective' -- Psychology's Basic Fault: Reflections on Today's Magnum Opus of the Soul." The Round Table Review, January/February 1999, pp. 13-17. [text]

Bromberger, Sylvain.  Why-questions. In: Colodny, R. (Ed.): Mind and Cosmos. Pittsburgh: Univ. Press, 1966, pp. 86-111. [text]

Bromberger, Sylvain.  On What we Know We Don't Know: Explanation, Theory, Linguistics and How Questions Shape Them. University of Chicago Press, 1992.

Campbell, Donald T.  Ethnocentrism of disciplines and the fish-scale model of omniscience. In M. Sherif and C. W. Sherif (Eds.), Interdisciplinary relationships in the social sciences. Xenia, OH: Aldine Publishing, 1969, pp. 328-348.

Cohen, F.  What is a question?. Monist, 39, 1929, pp. 350-364.

Dillon, J.  The multi-disciplinary study of questioning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 74, 1982, pp. 147-65.

Ekeland, Ivar.  Mathematics and the Unexpected. University of Chicago Press, 1990.

Feyerabend, Paul K.  Against Method: outline of an anarchistic theory of knowledge. 1975. [comment]

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

Fremerey, Hubertus.  Why ask why?. Philosophos.com. [text]

Freeman, C.  A pragmatic analysis of tenseless why-questions. In: Mufwene, S. S., Walker, C.A., Steeuer, S.B. (Eds.): Papers of the twelfth regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago Linguistic Society, 1976, pp. 208-219.

Fuller, R. Buckminster / Applewhite, E. J.  Synergetics: explorations in the geometry of thinking. Macmillan 1975, 1979. [online]

Ginzburg, Jonathan.  Abstraction and Ontology: questions as propositional abstracts in type theory with records, 2005. [text]

Guerzoni, Elena.  Why Even Ask?. Doctoral dissertation, MIT, 2003.

Hinden, Sanford.  The Process of Wisdom Councils Locally, Regional, Nationally and Globally and an Annual World Global Wisdom Conference. [text]

Hintikka, Jaakko / Bachman, James.  What If ..?. Towards Excellence in Reasoning. Mountain View CA, Mayfield Publishing Company, 1991.

Hobsbawm, Eric.  Asking the big Why questions -- history: a new age of reason. Le Monde diplomatique, December 2004. [text]

Hoge, Kerstin.  (Cheng): On the typology of Wh-questions. Linguist List 9.1725 5 Dec 1998. [review]

Hunkins, F.  Teaching thinking through effective questioning. Norwood, MA: Christopher Gordon, 1995,  (2nd ed.).

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

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

Knuth, Kevin H.  What is a Question?. In: C. Williams (Ed.) Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering, Moscow ID 2002, AIP Conference Proceedings vol. 659, American Institute of Physics, Melville NY, pp. 227-242. [text]

Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Metaphors We Live By, 1980;.

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

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

Lawson, Hilary.  Closure: A Story of Everything. Routledge, 2001.

McKenzie, Jamie.  The Question is the Answer: creating research programs for an age of information. From Now On, 7, 2, October 1997. [text]

Machuga, Ric.  Philosophical Implications: Metaphysical Why-Questions. Philosophy Departmen, Butte College, Spring 2006. [text]

Joke Meheus. Where Do Why-Questions Come From? And How Are They Tackled? An Explication in Terms of Adaptive Logics. Ghent University, 2002 [text]

Marius, Richard.  Asking -- and Answering -- the 5 Critical Questions: Who, What, When, Where, Why (extract from: A Short Guide to Writing About History, Longman, 1999). [text]

Maxfield, T. L. / Plunkett, B.  (Eds.).    (1991). Papers in the acquisition of WH: Proceedings of the UMass roundtable, May 1990. Univ. of Massachusetts Occasional Papers, Special edition. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications.

Mushakoji, Kinhide.  Global Issues and Interparadigmatic Dialogue; essays on multipolar politics. Torino, Albert Meynier, 1988.

Painter, Jo.  Questioning techniques for gifted students, 1996. [text]

Papert, Seymour.  Embodiments of Mind. MIT Press, 1965.

Peres, Constanze.  On Using Metaphors in Philosophy, 1999. [text]

Posey, Darrell A.  (Ed.).    Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity: a complementary contribution to the Global Biodiversity Assessment. Intermediate Technology Publication, 1999. [text]

Rosé, C. P. / Bhembe, D. / Siler, S. / Srivastava, R. K. / VanLehn, Kurt.  The Role of Why Questions in Effective Human Tutoring. Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh, 2003. [text]

Salmon, Wesley C.  The Formulation of Why-Questions. Causality and Explanation, May 1998, pp. 364-369. [text]

Sintonen, M.  Why Questions and Why Just Why-Questions?. Synthese, 120, 1999, 1, pp. 125-135. [text]

Smith, Barry.  The Cognitive Geometry of War. In: Peter Koller and Klaus Puhl (Eds.), Current Issues in Political Philosophy, Vienna: Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1997, 394-403. [text]

Spencer-Brown, George.  Laws of Form. Allen and Unwin. 1969. [comment]

Thom, René.  Structural Stability and Morphogenesis; an outline of a general theory of models. Benjamin, 1975.

Van Valin Jr, Robert D.  The Acquisition of WH-Questions and the Mechanisms of Language Acquisition. In: In M. Tomasello, ed., The New Psychology of Language: Cognitive and Functional Approaches to Language Structure, 221-49. Hillsdale, N.J.: LEA, 1998. [text]

Varela, Francisco J. / Thompson, Evan / Rosch, Eleanor.  The Embodied Mind: cognitive science and human experience. MIT Press, 1991.

Verberne, Suzan / Boves, Lou / Oostdijk, Nelleke.  Question analysis for why-question answering, 2005. [text]

Verberne, Suzan / Boves, Lou / Oostdijk, Nelleke.  Developing an approach for why-question answering, 2005. [text]

Veltman, Kim H.  Questions and Choices. 1996. [text]

Wahlster, W.  Towards a Computational Model for the Semantics of Why-Questions. The 8th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 1980) Volume 1. [text]

Williams, Joanne Twining.  Interdisciplinarity: the meme for the space between the books -- a qualitative probe of cyberspace toward understanding the knowledge-building imperative of librarianship. 1998. [text]

Woodbury, H.  The strategic use of questions in court. Semiotica, 48(3/4), 1984, pp. 197-228.

World Wisdom Council. The Budapest Declaration. Club of Budapest, 2004 [text]

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