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Emerging Memetic Singularity in the Global Knowledge Society

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Carr, Nicholas.  Is Google Making Us Stupid? What the Internet is doing to our brains. The Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2008. [text]

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

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

Diamond, Jared M.  Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed. Penguin, 2005.

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Upside of Down: catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilization. Island Press, 2006.

Kurzweil, Ray.  The Singularity Is Near: when humans transcend biology. 2005. [text]

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

Ormerod, Paul.  Why Most Things Fail: evolution, extinction and economics. Wiley; 2005. [extracts]

Ramo, Joshua Cooper.  The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us And What We Can Do About It. Little, Brown and Company, 2009.

Russell, Peter.  The Awakening Earth: the global brain. 1982.

Sallantin, Xavier.  La singularité finale. Groupe Béna, 6 septembre 2010.

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. Free Press, 1995.

Shirky, Clay.  Cognitive Surplus: creativity and generosity in a connected age. Penguin, 2010.

Smart, John M.  The Transcension Hypothesis: sufficiently advanced civilizations invariably leave our Universe and implications for METI and SETI. Acta Astronautica, 2011. [text]

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

Vickers, Geoffrey.  Freedom in a rocking boat: changing values in an unstable society, 1972.