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Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments
Edited by D. P. Arnold. Routledge, New York, 2014.

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Bruni J. (2014) Expanding the self-referential paradox: The Macy conferences and the second wave of cybernetic thinking. In: Arnold D. P. (ed.) Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments. Routledge, New York: 78–83. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2327
Glanville R. (2014) Thinking through the technology. In: Arnold D. P. (ed.) Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments. Routledge, New York: 45–77. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5746
Mugerauer B. (2014) Maturana and Varela: From autopoiesis to systems applications. In: Arnold D. P. (ed.) Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments. Routledge, New York: 170–190. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5261
Pörksen B. (2014) The ethics of epistemology: The work of the Constructivist and cybernetician Heinz von Foerster, From the Vienna Circle to the Cybernetic Circle. In: Arnold D. P. (ed.) Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments. Routledge, New York: 149–169. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5260
Reese-Schäfer W. (2014) Luhmann: Three key concepts, system, meaning, autopoiesis. In: Arnold D. P. (ed.) Traditions of systems theory: Major figures and contemporary developments. Routledge, New York: 219–242. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5262
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