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THE SECOND CYBERNETICS Deviation-Amplifying Mutual Causal Processes
Since its inception, cybernetics was more or less identified as a science of self-regulating and equilibrating systems. Thermostats, physiological regulation of body temperature, automatic steeringExpand
Paradigmatology and its Application to Cross‐Disciplinary, Cross‐Professional and Cross‐Cultural Communication
Summary Paradigmatology as a science of structures of reasoning which vary from culture to culture, from profession to profession, and sometimes from individual to individual is outlined, andExpand
Mindscapes and Science Theories
ionism instead of the relational study of specific contexts in real-life situations. With regard to the latter, I have found that for many students who consider themselves "holistic" what they meanExpand
Alternative concepts of management: Insights from asia and africa
Some Asian and African concepts including the logic of mutual benefit among heterogeneous elements, polyocular vision, self-heterogenization, ability to think in one another's mind, interpersonalExpand
Dynamics among Business Practice, Aesthetics, Science, Politics and Religion
The interrelations among seemingly unrelated aspects of human activities such as business practice, aesthetics, science, politics and religion can be understood by means of analysis ofExpand
Changing dimensions in international business
Executive Overview Changing international business management situations generate new practices, methods, and approaches. This article highlights some recent changes and gives concrete examples. AtExpand
Mindscapes, Management, Business Policy, and Public Policy
In some areas, the ecosystem is enriched by industrial activities and byproducts, such as strip mining and heated water discharge. Management/labor relations may emphasize mutually beneficialExpand
Mindscapes and Science Theories [and Comments and Reply]
Four causal metatypes in science theories correspond to four cognitive/cogitative/perceptual types which vary from individual to individual. In any given culture, all individual types exist, butExpand
Entropy, beauty and eumorphy