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Titles in this collection

  • Laws of Form

    Commentary and Remembrance for George Spencer-Brown
    Louis H. Kauffman

    This volume is a collection of articles on themes related to the book Laws of Form by George Spencer-Brown.

  • Ranulph Glanville and How to Live the Cybernetics of Unknowing

    Soren Brier

    A festschrift issue of Cybernetics and Human Knowing focusing on the work of Ranulph Glanville, cybernetician, design researcher, theorist, educator and multi-platform artist/designer/performer.

  • The Scientific Metaphysics of Charles S. Peirce

    Bent Sorensen

    This collection of articles investigates central themes and difficulties in the metaphysics of C.S. Peirce.

  • Transdisciplinary Cybernetics and Cybersemiotics

    Soren Brier

    The guiding idea behind this collection of papers is a presentation of the transdisciplinary scope of the new semiotics offering a deeper and broader framework than the structuralist semiology.

  • Emergence and Downward Determination

    Charbel Nino El-Hani

    This special issue of the journal Cybernetics & Human Knowing brings together contributions to the debate on emergence and related topics from a variety of perspectives, especially the sciences of complexity and cybernetics.

  • Luhmann Applied

    Soren Brier

    This book brings together international experts on the application of Niklas Luhmann's theory of society as autopoietic communication.

  • Peirce and Spencer-Brown

    History and Synergies in Cybersemiotics
    Soren Brier

    This special double issue of Cybernetics and Human Knowing is comprised of a collection of papers devoted to the cybernetics and mathematics of Charles Sanders Peirce with a special focus on its synergies with George Spencer-Brown's thinking.

  • Gregory Bateson

    Essays for an Ecology of Ideas
    Frederick Steier

    Gregory Bateson's work continues to touch others in fields as diverse as communication, ecology, anthropology, philosophy, family therapy, education, and mental/spiritual health. The authors in this special issue of Cybernetics & Human Knowing celebrate the Bateson Centennial.

  • Francisco J. Varela 1946-2001

    Soren Brier

    A volume dedicated to the life and work of Francisco Varela, this is an issue of the journal "Cybernetics and Human Knowing".

  • Thomas Sebeok and the Biosemiotic Legacy

    Soren Brier

    Dedicated to the life and work of Thomas Sebeok, this is an issue of the journal "Cybernetics and Human Knowing".

  • Heinz Von Foerster 1911-2002

    Soren Brier

    Dedicated to the life and work of Heinz Von Foerster, this is a double issue of the journal "Cybernetics and Human Knowing".