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Karl H. Müller:
The New Science of Cybernetics
The Evolution of Living Research Designs
Vol. 1 : Methodology

Wien 2009
ISBN 978-3-901941-10-8


Niko Tos Ι Karl H. Müller [eds]:
Political Faces of Slovenia
Political Orientations and Values at the End of the Century

Wien, 2005
ISBN-10 3-901941-11-8
ISBN-13 978-3-901941-11-5

Albert Müller Ι Karl H. Müller [Eds.]:
An Unfinished Revolution?
Heinz von Foerster and the Biological Computer Laboratory (BCL), 1958–1976

Wien, 2007
ISBN 978-3-901941-12-2


Richard Jung:
Experience and Action.
Selected Items in Systems Theory.

Wien, 2007
ISBN 978-3-901941-13-9


Ranulph Glanville Ι Alexander Riegler [Eds.]:
The Importance of Being Ernst.
Festschrift for Ernst von Glasersfeld.

Wien, 2007
ISBN 978-3-901941-14-6


Ranulph Glanville Ι Karl H. Müller [Eds.]:
Gordon Pask, Philosopher Mechanic
An Introduction to the Cybernetician's Cybernetician

Wien, 2007
ISBN 978-3-901941-15-3


Karl H. Müller:
The New Science of Cybernetics
The Evolution of Living Research Designs
Vol. 2 : Theory

Wien 2011
ISBN 978-3-901941-16-0


Niko Tos Ι Karl H. Müller Ι Zoltan Fábián Ι Jindrich Krejcí Ι Marcel Zielinski [Eds.]:
Three Roads to Comparative Research:
Analytical, Visual, Morphological

Vienna, 2009
ISBN 978-3-901941-17-7


Gonçalo M. Furtado C. Lopes:
Gordon Pask’s Encounters: From a Childhood Curiosity to the Envisioning of an Evolving Environment - Exchanges
between Cybernetics and Architecture

Vienna, 2010, ISBN 978-3-901941-18-4


Ranulph Glanville
The Black Boox
Vol. I
Cybernetic Circles

ISBN 978-3-901941-19-1


Ranulph Glanville
The Black Boox, Vol. 2
to be released November 2013
ISBN 978-3-901941-18-4

Ranulph Glanville
The Black Boox
Vol. III
39 Steps

ISBN 978-3-901941-21-4


Karl H. Müller:
The New Science of Cybernetics
The Evolution of Living Research Designs
Vol. 3 Research and Design Rules

Wien 2012
ISBN 978-3-901941-25-2


Kajfez-Bogataj Ι Müller Ι Svetlik Ι Tos (Eds.): Modern RISC-Societies
Towards a New Paradigm for Societal Evolution
Vienna, 2010
ISBN 978-3-901941-23-8


J. Rogers Ellen & Jane Hollingsworth :
Major Discoveries, Creativity,
and the Dynamics of Science

Vienna, 2011,
ISBN 978-3-901941-24-5

Gordon Pask :
The Cybernetics of Self-Organisation,
Learning and Evolution.

Papers 1960-1972
Vienna, 2011
ISBN 978-3-901941-25-2

Bernard Scott :
Explorations in Second-Order Cybernetics
Reflections on Cybernetics, Psychology and Education

Vienna, 2011
ISBN 978-3-901941-26-9

Pavle Sicherl :
Time Distance in Economics and Statistics.
New Insights from Existing Data

Vienna, 2012
ISBN 978-3-901941-27-6

Richard Jung
Experience and Action
Selected Items in Systems Theory

© 2007, Format 150 x 230 mm, hardcover, englisch
314 Seiten, s/w-Tabellen und -Zeichnungen
Euro 24,50
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ISBN 978-3-901941-13-9

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This remarkable book undertakes the daunting task of exploring the interaction and reciprocity between institutional, interpersonal, and subjective means for imposing meaning and structure upon the chaos of life. Its power comes as much from its uncanny skill at raising neglected questions as from its thoughtful and courageous approach to reformulating familiar ones. It is genuinely and richly interdisciplinary in emphasis.

Jerome Bruner Ι New York University

In 13 ecstatically composed essays, the author brings to life, in a spiral of historical reflections, his take on what we might understand by the self. Erudite, powerful, and rich in metaphor, these essays, formulated over a life time of scholarship, reach for a world-view that ranges from indefiniteness to form, in the quest to grasp in a general system of thought intention and action, experience and communication, and motivation and decision. Abiding it his concern with understanding and explanation, these essays are blatantly philosophical as the author plunges the depth of contemporary thought in the human and cultural sciences, of course, as well as in the formal disciplines that would bring order to the manifestation of life. Magnificent in breadth of scholarship, this collection of essays constitutes a standard of “things to think about“ for years to come; it is a treasure and a joy to read.

Leendert Mos Ι Professor of Psychology and Linguistics
University of Alberta Ι Edmonton, Alberta, Canada