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Richard Anderson[edit]

Role of the reader’s schema in comprehension, learning, and memory
In: Learning to read in American schools: Basal readers and content texts (pp. 373–383). Laurence Earlbaum Associates.

Gordon Baker[edit]

Frege: Logical Excavations
with P.M.S. Hacker, Oxford University Press
  • ``Vigorous, if controversial, criticism of both Frege's philosophy and influential contemporary interpretations such as Dummett's.``

Joe Becker[edit]

Multilingual Word Processing
Scientific American
  • ``Joseph D. Becker is one of the co-founders of the Unicode project, and an Officer Emeritus of the Unicode Consortium. He has worked on artificial intelligence at BBN and multilingual workstation software at Xerox. He speaks survival-level Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Russian as well as English.``
  • ``Quite by chance, I mentioned the situation to a professional colleague, Jesse Ostroff. He said that he was quite friendly with Joe Becker who, at that time, was very influential in Wiley's publishing in information science. Jesse gave a copy of my text to Joe, who liked it. John Wiley made a rapid decision to publish.`` -- F. Wilfrid Lancaster [1]

Simon Blackburn[edit]

Spreading the Word: Groundings in the Philosophy of Language
Oxford University Press. Google Preview

Pierre Bourdieu[edit]

Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste
London: Routledge
Originally, La Distinction, 1979
  • In 1998 the International Sociological Association voted it one of the ten most important sociological books of the 20th century.

Don Cupitt[edit]

Sea of Faith
BBC television series
The Sea of Faith, BBC Books, Cambridge University Press, 1984
  • He challenged orthodox Christian beliefs and came to the British public's attention. He is currently a key figure in the Sea of Faith network, a group of spiritual "explorers" who share Cupitt's concerns, based in the UK, New Zealand and Australia.
  • Taking Leave of God, SCM Press, 1980.
  • Who was Jesus? (with Peter Armstrong), British Broadcasting Corporation, London, 1977.

Paul Davies[edit]

God and the New Physics
Simon & Schuster

Edward Feigenbaum[edit]

EPAM-like Models of Recognition and Learning
Cognitive Science, 8, 305-336 (with Herbert A. Simon)

Owen Flanagan[edit]

The Science of the Mind
MIT press, 1984, 2nd edition, 1991.
  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, summer 1979.
  • Began writing the book While he was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, 1980-81.
  • Jerry Fodor's Institute on Psychology and the Philosophy of Mind at the University of Washington at Seatle, summer 1981.
  • Acknowledgement, July 1983.

Clifford Geertz[edit]

American Anthropologist, vol. 86, no. 2, pp. 263-278

Frank Halasz[edit]

Mental Models and Problem Solving in Using a Calculator
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Stanford University.
See also:

Donald Knuth[edit]

Literate Programming
The Computer Journal, Vol. 27, Iss. 2, pp. 97-111 (received September 1983)

Nothing about WEB is really new; I have simply combined a bunch of ideas that have been in the air for a long time. [...]

The design of WEB was influenced primarily by the pioneering work of Pierre-Arnoul de Marneffe,7;8 whose research on what he called "Holon Programming" has not received the attention it deserves. His work was, in turn, inspired by Arthur Koestler's excellent treatise on the structure of complex systems and organisms;9 thus we have another connection between programming and literature. A somewhat similar system was independently created by Edwin Towster.10

— Excerpt from PDF (my hyperlinks)

David Kolb[edit]

Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learning and Development
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc.
See also
  • David A. Kolb & Ron Fry (1975)
  • A. Kolb & David A. Kolb (2001). Experiential Learning Theory Bibliography online


Michael Lesk (1984).
Programming Languages for Text and Knowledge Processing. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, pp. 97-128, 1984.

  • Lesk's publications [2]


Steven Levy (1984).
Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution

Bernard Lewis[edit]

The Jews of Islam

Niklas Luhmann[edit]

Soziale Systeme

Nicholas Maxwell[edit]

From Knowledge to Wisdom: A Revolution in the Aims and Methods of Science
Basil Blackwell, Oxford
  • cf. (1998) The Comprehensibility of the Universe: A New Conception of Science, Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • cf. (1976) What's Wrong With Science?
  • cf. Manfred Kochen (1975) Information for Action: from Knowledge to Wisdom
  • cf. Roger Sperry (1983) Science and Moral Priority

Ilya Prigogine[edit]

Order out of Chaos
with Isabelle Stengers

Rupert Riedl[edit]

Biology of Knowledge: The Evolutionary Basis of Reason
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester

Wesley Salmon[edit]

Scientific Explanation and the Causal Structure of the World

Brian Skyrms[edit]

Pragmatics and Empiricism
Yale University Press

Timothy Sprigge[edit]

The Vindication of Absolute Idealism
  • Sprigge defended a panpsychist version of absolute idealism according to which reality consists of bits of experience combined into a certain kind of coherent whole. His work presents several new arguments in favor of the plausibility of such an account.

Paul Watzlawick[edit]

Invented Reality: How Do We Know What We Believe We Know? (Contributions to Constructivism)
W. W. Norton & Co. Inc.

Richard Wurman[edit]

TED (conference)