Author S. A. Umpleby
Stuart Umpleby is a professor in the Department of Management and Director of the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning in the School of Business at The George Washington University. He teaches courses in the philosophy of science, cross-cultural management, and systems thinking.

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Dent E. B. & Umpleby S. A. (1998) Underlying assumptions of several traditions in systems theory and cybernetics. Cybernetics and Systems 29: 513–518. Fulltext at
Glanville R., Barbour B., Schreiber M. & Umpleby S. A. (1999) A (Cybernetic) musing: The Millennium Bug. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 6(3): 71–85. Fulltext at
Kauffman L. H. & Umpleby S. A. (2017) A brief history of (second-order) cybernetics. In: Riegler A. M. K. H. & Umpleby S. A. (eds.) New horizons for second-order cybernetics. World Scientific, Singapore: 3–6. Fulltext at
Müller K. H., Umpleby S. A. & Riegler A. (2017) Possible futures for cybernetics. In: Riegler A., Müller K. H. & Umpleby S. A. (eds.) New horizons for second-order cybernetics. World Scientific, Singapore: 375–379. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1974) On making a scientific revolution. In: Foerster H. von (ed.) Cybernetics of cybernetics or the control of control and the communication of communication. The Biological Computer Laboratory, Urbana IL: 130–131. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1979) Heinz Von Foerster: A second order cybernetician. Cybernetics Forum 9(3): 3–12. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1986) Methods for making social organizations adaptive. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Power, autonomy, utopia. New approaches toward complex systems. Plenum Press, New York: 133–138. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1986) Self-authorization: A characteristic of certain elements in some self-organizing systems. Cybernetics and Systems 17(1): 79–88. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1987) American and Soviet discussions of the foundations of cybernetics and general systems theory. Cybernetics and Systems 18(2): 177–193. Fulltext at
Umpleby S. A. (1990) The science of cybernetics and the cybernetics of science. Cybernetics and Systems 21(1): 109–121. Fulltext at
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