Author B. Scott
Bernard Scott holds the honorary position of Gordon Pask Professor of Sociocybernetics at the International Center for Sociocybernetics Studies, a virtual institution with headquarters in Bonn, Germany ( Bernard is former Reader in Cybernetics, Cranfield University, UK. Bernard is an Academician of the International Academy of Systems and Cybernetics Sciences ( He is a past President of Research Committee 51 (on Sociocybernetics) of the International Sociological Association ( .

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Buchinger E. & Scott B. (2010) Comparing Conceptions of Learning: Pask and Luhmann. Constructivist Foundations 5(3): 109–120. Fulltext at
Pask G. & Scott B. C. E. (1971) Learning and teaching strategies in a transformation skill. British Journal Mathematical Statistical Psychology 24: 205–229. Fulltext at
Scott B. (1979) Heinz von Foerster: An appreciation. International Cybernetics Newsletter 12: 209–214.
Scott B. (1980) The cybernetics of Gordon Pask, Part 1. International Cybernetics Newsletter 17: 327–336.
Scott B. (1982) The cybernetics of Gordon Pask, Part 2. International Cybernetics Newsletter 24: 479–491.
Scott B. (1987) Human systems, communication and educational psychology. Educ. Psychol. in Practice 3(2): 4–15. Fulltext at
Scott B. (1996) Second-order cybernetics as cognitive methodology. Systems Research 13(3): 393–406. Fulltext at
Scott B. (1997) Inadvertent pathologies of communication in human systems. Kybernetes 26(6/7): 824–836. Fulltext at
Scott B. (1999) Forgetting in self-organising systems. In: F. Heylighen, J. Bollen and A. Riegler (eds.) The Evolution of Complexity: The Violet Book of ìEinstein Meets Magrittî. Dordrecht, Kluwer. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2000) Cybernetic explanation and development. Kybernetes 29(7/8): 966–994. Fulltext at
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