A (Cybernetic) Musing: Control, Variety and Addiction


In contrast, I have reported, on several occasions, on cases that originate in the cybernetic literature and with the grand old men (yes, I’m afraid, men) of cybernetics, who have discussed systems that are in essence uncontrollable. And there is, in my opinion, a medical predicament that is best dealt with not by controlling it but by giving up all… (More)


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@article{Glanville2004AM, title={A (Cybernetic) Musing: Control, Variety and Addiction}, author={Ranulph Glanville}, journal={Cybernetics and Human Knowing}, year={2004}, volume={11}, pages={85-92} }