Author R. Glanville
Ranulph Glanville studied architecture and electronic composition followed by cybernetics (his PhD was examined by Heinz von Foerster, his supervisor was Gordon Pask) and then human learning (PhD examined by Gerard de Zeeuw, supervisor Laurie Thomas). He has published extensively in all these fields. Glanville taught and facilitated the development of programmes and research in Universities around the world. Ranulph Glanville passed away on 20 December 2014.

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Glanville R. (1975) A cybernetic development of epistemology and observation, applied to space and time (as seen in architecture). Unpublished PhD thesis, Brunel University, London. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1978) The nature of fundamentals, applied to the fundamentals of nature. In: Klir G. J. (ed.) Applied general systems research. Plenum, New York: 401–409. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1979) The form of cybernetics: Whitening the black box. In: Gaines B. R. (ed.) General systems research: A science, a methodology, a technology. Society for General Systems Research, Louisville KY: 35–42.
Glanville R. (1982) Inside every white box there are two black boxes trying to get out. Behavioural Science 12(1): 1–11. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1987) The question of cybernetics. Cybernetics and Systems 18(2): 99–112. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1990) The self and the other: The purpose of distinction. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Cybernetics and systems ‘90: Proceedings of the European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research. World Scientific, Singapore: 1–8. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1994) Variety in design. Systems Research 11(3): 95–103. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1995) A (cybernetic) musing: Communication 1. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 3(3): 47–51. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1995) A (cybernetic) musing: Control 2. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 3(2): 43–46. Fulltext at
Glanville R. (1995) Chasing the blame. In: Lasker G. (ed.) Research on progress: Advances in interdisciplinary studies on systems research and cybernetics. IIASSRC, Windsor ON: 312–320. Fulltext at
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