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Gregory Bateson[edit]

Steps to an Ecology of Mind
Ballantine, New York

James Britton[edit]

Language and Learning

Asher Cashdan[edit]

Language in Education: A Source Book
Routledge (eds. with Elizabeth Grugeon; prepared by Open University Language and Learning Course Team) Google

Michael Cohen[edit]

A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 1. (Mar., 1972), pp. 1-25.
with James G. March and Johan P. Olsen

Frederic Jameson[edit]

The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism
Princeton University Press.
http://books.google.it/books?id=B7JCvwE003kC

Manfred Kochen[edit]

WISE: A World Information Synthesis and Encyclopaedia
Journal of Documentation, 28: 322-341
  • C. S. de Beer (1993)
    http://www.twu.edu/library/nitecki/Aspects/C-D.HTML
    The author discussed Manfred Kochen's idea of a 'World Information Synthesis and Encyclopaedia (WISE)', aimed at stabilization of the growth of knowledge, and its implications for the librarianship and information profession. Kochen foreseen a library as one of the institutions involved in consolidating the fragmented, specialized knowledge. "He distinguished between 'the traditional library' and 'the modern library'. 'The traditional library' he characterized as being 'primarily concerned with the collection, preservation, physical organization and use of books as physical objects.'" The modern library is characterized by Kochen as a new institutional form "which is parallel to the traditional library, but which is primarily concerned with content, abstracted from any physical form'. It is this new institutional form that is of central interest to information science." (pp.101-2)

Donella Meadows[edit]

Limits to Growth
with Dennis Meadows, Jørgen Randers, and William W. Behrens III

Jean Piaget[edit]

To Understand Is To Invent
New York: The Viking Press, Inc.

Karl Popper[edit]

Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach

Stephen Toulmin[edit]

Human Understanding: The Collective Use and Evolution of Concepts
Princeton University Press
  • (1967) "The Evolutionary Development of Natural Science," American Scientist, 55: 4.