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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Belbin, Meredith.  Management Teams. Heinemann, 1981. [summary]

de Bono, Edward.  Six Frames: For Thinking About Information. Vermillion, 2008.

Douglas, Mary.  Natural Symbols: explorations in cosmology. Pelikan, 1973.

Gardner, Howard.  Frames of Mind: the theory of multiple intelligences. Heinemann, 1984.

Hofstadter, Douglas.  Gödel, Escher, Bach: an eternal Golden Braid: a metaphorical fugue on minds and machines in the spirit of Lewis Carroll. Basic Books, 1979. [summary]

Hofstadter, Douglas.  I Am a Strange Loop. Basic Books, 2007 [summary].

Hofstede, Geert.  Culture's Consequences: international diffrences in work-related values. Sage, 1984.

Hrycej, Tomas.  Modular Learning in Neural Networks: a modularized approach to neural network classification. Wiley, 1992.

Kauffman, Louis H.  Virtual Logic: the calculus of indication. Cybernetics and Human Knowing: a journal of second order cybernetics and cyber-semiotics, 5, 1998, 1. [text]

Korzybski, Alfred.  Science and Sanity: an introduction to non-Aristotelian systems and general semantics. Institute of General Semantics, 1995.

Lawson, Hilary.  Closure: a story of everything. Routledge, 2002. [summary]

Lawson, Hilary.  After Truth a post modern manifesto. Inventions Press, 1986.

Lawson, Hilary.  Dismantling Truth: reality in the post-modern world. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1989.

Lawson, Hilary.  Reflexivity: the post-modern predicament. Open Court, 1986.

Maruyama, Magoroh.  Peripheral Vision Polyocular Vision or Subunderstanding? Organization Studies, 25, 2004, 3, pp. 467-480. [abstract]

Maruyama, Magoroh.  Mindscapes, social patterns and future development of scientific theory types. Cybernetica, 1980, 23, 1, pp. 5-25.

Maruyama, Magoroh.  Mindscapes and Science Theories. Current Anthropology, 21, 1980, 5, pp. 589-608. [text]

McWhinney, Will.  Paths of Change: strategic choices for organizations and society. Sage, 1991.

Meeks, Elijah.  D3.js in Action. Manning Publications, 2015. [summary]

Miller, George A.  The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review 63, 1956, 2, pp. 81-9. [text]

Mushakoji, Kinhide.  Scientific revolution and interparadigmatic dialogue. United Nations University, GPID project, 1978.

nyejosephs.  World Hypotheses: prolegomena to systematic philosophy and a complete survey of metaphysics. University of California Press, 1942.

Prothero, Stephen R.  God Is Not One: the eight rival religions that run the world -- and why their differences matter. HarperOne, 2010.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Ignorance: on the wider implications of deficient knowledge. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Aporetics: rational deliberation in the face of inconsistency. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Unknowability: an inquiry into the limits of knowledge. Lexington Books, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Paradoxes: their roots, range, and resolution. Open Court, 2001.

Rescher, Nicholas.  The Limits of Science. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999.

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

Robinson, John A. T.  Truth is Two-eyed. SCM-Canterbury Press, 1979.

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

Varela, Francisco J.  The Extended Calculus of Indications -- interpreted as a three-valued logic. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 20, 1979, pp. 141-146. [abstract]

Weinberg, Harry L.  Levels of Knowing and Existence: studies in general semantics. Harper and Row 1959. [summary]

Yolles, Maurice I. / Fink, Gerhard.  A General Theory of Generic Modelling and Paradigm Shifts (part 2): cybernetic orders. Kybernetes, 44, 2015, 2, pp. 299-310. [abstract]

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