Opening Comments by Anna Lemkow adapted from "The Wholeness Principle"
...this principle-process is profoundly sound...
1996 ISSS Keynote Address by Willis Harman
...to become conscious of their true scope...
EARTHDANCE: The Dance of Life by Elisabet Sahtouris
Replacing the Machine Metaphor
New Concepts of Matter, Life & Mind by Ervin Laszlo
The means by which interconnection occurs
Holism and Evolution: Jan C. Smuts Excerpts
"...in one degree or another they are wholes which are more than the sum of their parts."
Current Topic: by Heiner Benking
"-- is systems science re-inventing the wheel???"
Longing for Unified Knowledge by Ivan Havel
Let's put them all in one room....
A Starting Place Submitted by by Gary Boyd
Seen from the oceanic view of the womb...
Stereo Icon by Tom Mandel
Consciousness is a selective-non-selective complementary
The Whorfian Principle of Relativity by Ludwig von Bertalanffy
" We are thus introduced to a new principle of relativity which holds that all observers are not led by the same physical evidence to the same picture of the universe
The Allegory of the Cave by Plato
And now, I said, let me show in a figure how far our nature is enlightened or unenlightened:, Behold!
No Boundary Excerptation of Ken WIlber
We "make" boundaries
The Divided Line (The Republic , Book VI) by Plato
And do you not know also that although they make use of the visible forms and reason about them, they are thinking not of these, but of the ideas which they resemble;
A Review of General Semantics by S.I. Hayakawa
It is a habit among the linguistically
uninformed to objectify language as
something 'out there' which can be looked at independently of speakers or
Is Virtual Reality Really Virtual? Excerpted from ISSS Procceedings: by Eric Schwarz
Systemics is based on ACTION, nevertheless knowledge is an integral part...
How Big is our Umbrella? Adapted from Ken Wilber
The twelve perceptual boundaries
The Whole, The Parts, and the Holes by Andreas Goppold
And what we know that ain't so...
Wholeness and Enlightenment Submitted by Terry Murphy
Stop what you are thinking, experience what you are doing...
Translation and Transformation by Ken Wilber
When there is no distinction, there is no difference
Systemic Principles of Education Compiled by Tom Mandel
"Place them in the situations you want them to become;
The Seventh Letter by Plato
The four ways of knowing
The General System by Tom Mandel
A Family of relationships among the members as a whole
Multiple Perspectives by Hal Linstone
The Technical, the Organizational, the Personal Perspectives as a basis for Systemic Inquiry
General Systematics by John Bennett
Monad, Dyad, Triad, Tetrad only as the system
Emergence From Chaos by Richard Knowles
One, Two, Three, Four modes of perception
A Minimal Fourfold System by Anthony Judge
a quaternary outlook which would no longer involve "the summary and brutal coercion of one variant over another,
The Four Winds by Sage Dream In Memorium
Yes, what you say is true, and only the merest glimpse of
what the medicine
wheel truly is.
A Taste of Systemicsby Bela Banathy
The Four Domains: Philosophy, Theory, Methodology, Application as an integral whole
A Skeleton from the Closet by Bela Banathy
The genesis of Systems Science
An Evolution of Systems Inquiry Submitted by Bela Banathy
A science in service of mankind
Organized Developments of Systems InquirySubmitted by Bela Banathy
Specialists evolving over time, in their cacoons, "That's not my field."
Systems and Cybernetics, definition of systems, Cambridge University Press,
The many different ways systems operate the same way.
Cybernetics and Wholeness Submitted by Gary Boyd
But, cybernetics is about parts...
The Living Systems Theory of Jame Grier Miller by Elaine Parent
"A whole greater than the sum of its parts."
Earth as a System by James Miller and Jessie Miller
Gaia the system
Living Systems Theory Applications by James Miller
And the 20 Subsystems
Who Knows What a General Systems Theory is? by Charles Francois
Everyone knows what the General System Principle is...
Management and the Systems Approach Submitted by Markus Schwaninger
The organization, with a common vision, working together
History and Systems:, Ancient Systems Theory by Tom Mandel
The Greeks,collectively, knew systemics too
Liaisons et Systemes by Henry Cohen
Relationships in and between systems.
Invisible Architecture [missing file: asem38bd.html, "Invisible Architecture"] by Bonnie DeVarco
The NanoWorld of Buckminster Fuller
1996 ISSS Presidential Address Ervin Laszlo
Groundwork for a Biospheric Systems Ethics
The Tao of Systems by Yi Lin
The Tao begot Unity, Unity begot duality, duality begot Trinity; Trinity begot the myriad things...
A Whole Systems Approach: Submitted by Zhichang Zhu
From the Perspectives of the Wuli of matter, the Shili of relations and the Renli of involvement
Synergy: an Introduction: by Eric Sommer
Two, or more, working together
Synergy and the Systems Sciences: by Peter Corning.
Two, or more, Synergy is ubiguitous
The Synergy Principle: by Yongming Tang
A universal concept of mutual interaction
Theories of Everything: Excerpts of J.D. Barrow
No Theory of Everything, but the PRINCIPLE of Everything, Eh?
Perspectives on The General System: Part Two by Tom Mandel
This and That in a Loving Relationship is Something Else
A Panorama of Understanding: Part 1 Submitted by Heiner Benking
One way to look at everything
A Panorama of Understanding: Part 2 Submitted by Heiner Benking
Encompassing diversity and unity in one framework
The TAO of Science, A Commentary on Ralph Siu by Heiner Benking
"Thinkers may be divided into two classes: the lumpers and the splitters...".
Unifying Theory of the Organism and Behavoir: Chapter 3 by Ralph Siu
The "Chi" of the "physical" universe
Complementarity by John Hitchcock
Our knowledge that it is light, a unity, or electron, another unity, to which the opposites apply, emphasize a "both/ and"
Synchronicity, an Excerptation of: by F David Peat
Unconnected happenings happening together
J.B.Rhine Lecture QVI as a basis for non-local experience: by Ervin Laszlo
Looking at the inside of space, fullness looks like nothing to us.
Toward a General Theory of Consciousness:Submitted by James Newman
Looking for a core dynamic rather than a linear cause
Consciousness and self in the brain: A Global Workspace Perspective by Bernard BaarsThe Spotlight metaphor, the Theater metaphor, in a contrastive analysis or Global Workspace Perspective
A Place for Consciousness by Gregg Rosenberg [missing file (external): http://ai.uga.edu/~ghrosenb/professional.html, "A Place for Consciousness"]
Probing the deep structure of the natural world
General Semantics: Submitted by Milton Dawes.
The Lanagage misleads us to think that this is that.
Down To Earth Epistemology: Submitted by Milton Dawes
Examining our language
A State of the Word Message: Submitted by John McConnell
Thinking The World Back Together Again by Noel Fredericks McKinnis
The Language of Integration: Submitted by Joe Engleberg
The story tests the depth of our knowledge
Michelle's First Day at School: Submtted by Tom Mandel
Now, class, clap both your hands together, together...
Stephanie's Second Day at School by Matthew Shapiro
When they are organized they are ..."Simple" a few kids shout.
The Way Geese Fly: by Tony Rizzo
Dynamically, flying free, yet together
What I learned in the Rainforest World Futures Society Keynote Address
Only together can we make the world whole.
System vs Programs: by Bill Shireman
Programs improve, Systems change
Understanding the Nature of Systemic Change by Francis Strictland
Comparing and pooling concepts of change from across the disciplines...
Aphorisms A Collection
A collective Story of Fritjof Capra too.
Now known as the Encyclopedia of Cybernetics and Systems
FOR KIDS ONLY
The cunning and the clever know our future and our kids are the same thing
so why not us too
The Wholeness Seminar, a taste of
A simplexfication of all of this, if you will...
The Wholeness Seminar, a story
All of this re-arranged to tell the story
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