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Development beyond Science to Wisdom


Development beyond Science to Wisdom (References)

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2. Gall, John.  Systemantics: how systems work and especially how they fail. Pocket Books, 1978.. [summary]

19. Hiltz, Starr Roxanne / Turoff, Murray.  The Network Nation; human communication via computer. Addison-Wesley, 1978.

6. Jantsch, Erich / Waddington, Conrad H.  Evolution and Consciousness: human systems in transition. Addison-Wesley, 1976.

24. Jantsch, Erich.  Design for Evolution; self-organization and planning in the life of human systems. Braziller, 1975.

20. Johnson-Lenz, Peter / Johnson-Lenz, Trudy.  Three ways to organize information  (Paper communicated through the EIES computer conferencing system, 1979).

20. Johnson-Lenz, Peter / Johnson-Lenz, Trudy.  Three ways to organize information  (Paper communicated through the EIES computer conferencing system, 1979).

8. Judge, Anthony / Smith, David Horton.  Interrelating viewpoints in complex meetings. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 12, pp. 542-548.. [text]

4. Koestler, Arthur.  The Call Girls. Random House, 1973.

16. Lasswell, Harold.  From fragmentation to configuration. Policy Sciences, 2, 1971, pp 439-446; John McHale. Comprehensive Thinking. World Resources Inventory, Southern Illinois University, 1965, 1 18 p.

8. Judge, Anthony / Smith, David Horton.  Interrelating viewpoints in complex meetings. Transnational Associations, 30, 1978, 12, pp. 542-548.. [text]

13. Suzuki, D. T.  Manual of Zen Buddhism. Grove Press, 1960.

11. Thompson, William I.  Darkness and Scattered Light. Anchor/Doubleday, 1978.

12. Thomas Merton. The Way of Chuang Tzu. Unwin, 1970.

19. Hiltz, Starr Roxanne / Turoff, Murray.  The Network Nation; human communication via computer. Addison-Wesley, 1978.

6. Jantsch, Erich / Waddington, Conrad H.  Evolution and Consciousness: human systems in transition. Addison-Wesley, 1976.