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Jon Barwise[edit]

Scenes and Other Situations
The Journal of Philosophy, 78: 369-397
Situations and Attitudes
Journal of Philosophy, LXXVII, no. 1, pp. 668-691 (with John R. Perry)
Semantic Innocence and Uncompromising Situations
Midwest Studies in Philosophy, VI, pp. 387-403 (with John R. Perry)

Stafford Beer[edit]

Brain of the Firm
Second ed. (much extended), John Wiley & Son, London and New York (1st ed. 1972)

Ned Block[edit]

Psychologism and Behaviorism
http://www.nyu.edu/.../Psychologism.htm
  • ``This paper makes two claims: first, psychologism is true, and thus a natural behaviorist analysis of intelligence that is incompatible with psychologism is false. Second, the standard arguments against behaviorism are inadequate to defeat this natural behaviorist analysis of intelligence or to establish psychologism.``
  • Citing Michael Dummett 1976

Peter Checkland[edit]

Systems Thinking, Systems Practice
John Wiley & Sons
  • ``Just like R.J. Boland (1985) brought phenomenology in the field of information systems, to critically examine this field of endeavour, raise consciousness, and clarify its path, so has Checkland (1981) done in the field of systems thinking. In so doing, sense-making and the social construction of reality have become central notions in their respective fields. With regard to systems thinking, phenomenology has allowed systems thinkers to understand that systems thinking is not about a reality considered independent from the observer and by interconnected cybernetic processes or elements, or about emergent processes. Rather, systems thinking is about how we attribute meaning to the world and construct the unity of our reality. This is an important lesson Checkland's systems thinking teaches us.`` (my boldface) -- Peter Checkland#System thinking
  • Soft Systems Methodology -- how to employ it to help groups of people and organizations to conceptualize their range of viewpoints in a holistic frame.
  • cf. Brian Wilson (1980) Systems: Concepts, Methodologies and Applications
  • with Jim Scholes (1990) Soft Systems Methodology in Action
  • with Sue Holwell (1998) Information, Systems and Information Systems

Peter Cole[edit]

Radical Pragmatics
Academic Press

Fred Dretske[edit]

Knowledge and the Flow of Information
The MIT Press
The Pragmatic Dimension of knowledge
Philosophical Studies, 40: 363-378

Michael Dummett[edit]

The Interpretation of Frege's Philosophy
Harvard University Press

Andrea Dworkin[edit]

Pornography -- Men Possessing Women

Martin Gardner[edit]

Science: Good, Bad, and Bogus
Prometheus Books

Paul Grice[edit]

Presupposition and Conversational Implicature
In: Peter Cole (ed.) pp. 183-197

Stanislav Grof[edit]

Beyond Death: The Gates Of Consciousness
with Christina Grof

Jurgen Habermas[edit]

The Theory of Communicative Action
Vol. 1: Reason and the Rationalization of Society
Vol. 2: Lifeworld and System: A Critique of Functionalist Reason
translatd by Thomas A. McCarthy, published 1984-87.

Douglas Hofstadter[edit]

The Mind's I: Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul
ed. with Daniel Dennett

Karin Knorr[edit]

The Manufacture of Knowledge: An Essay on the Constructivist and Contextual Nature of Science

William Kornfeld[edit]

The Scientific Community Metaphor
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC-11. 1981 (with Carl Hewitt)

Samuel Long[edit]

The Handbook of Political Behavior
Samuel L. Long (ed.) Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. New York: Plenum Press.
Reviews
  • Scott Cummings (1983). "Political Behavior: A Laissez-Faire Approach to the Production of Knowledge" Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 12, No. 6 (Nov., 1983) p. 621. http://www.jstor.org/pss/2068013
    • Long must be applauded for the initiative and labor required to begin summarizing our knowledge of political behavior in a comprehensive publication.
    • While I am highly positive about the synthesis of information represented by the Handbook...

Donald Mackenzie[edit]

Statistics in Britain 1865-1930: The Social Construction of Scientific Knowledge
Edinburgh University Press

Donella Meadows[edit]

International Network of Resource Information Centers (INRIC)
  • Founded by Donella Meadows as a global process of information sharing and collaboration among hundreds of leading academics, researchers, and activists in the broader sustainable development movement (an international effort to reverse damaging trends in the environment, economy, and social systems). She was the founder of the Sustainability Institute. She is known as as lead author of Limits to Growth.

Robert Nozick[edit]

Philosophical Explanations
Harvard University Press

Arthur Peacocke[edit]

The Sciences and Theology in the Twentieth Century
University of Notre Dame Press, ISBN 0-2680-1704-2 (ed.)

Rupert Sheldrake[edit]

A New Science of Life: The Hypothesis of Formative Causation
J. P. Tarcher, Los Angeles, CA, 1981

Amos Tversky[edit]

The Framing of Decisions and the Psychology of Choice
Science 211: 453-458. (with Daniel Kahneman)

Fred Wolf[edit]

Taking the Quantum Leaf

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