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Brocklesby J. & Mingers J. (2005) The use of the concept autopoiesis in the theory of viable systems. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 22(1): 3–9.

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Cariani P. (1993) To evolve an ear: Epistemological implications of Gordon Pask’s electrochemical devices. Systems Research 10(3): 19–33.

Cariani P. (2001) Symbols and dynamics in the brain. BioSystems 60(1–3): 59–83.

Cariani P. (2010) Onwards and Upwards, Radical Constructivism. A Guest Commentary. Constructivist Foundations 6(1): 127–132.

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Dubberly H. & Pangaro P. (2015) Cybernetics and Design: Conversations for Action. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 73–82.

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Fischer T. (2016) In Ranulph’s Terms. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 87–97.

Franchi S. (2013) Homeostats for the 21st Century? Simulating Ashby Simulating the Brain. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 93–101.

Franchi S., Güzeldere G. & Minch E. (2005) From Vienna to California: A journey across disciplines. An interview with Heinz von Foerster. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 15–32.

Froese T. (2021) Epilogue to “Questioning Life and Cognition” by John Stewart. Adaptive Behavior: online first.

Galuszka F. (2019) The league. World Futures 75(1–2): 29–37.

Garland E. L. (2007) The meaning of mindfulness: A second-order cybernetics of stress, metacognition, and coping. Complementary Health Practice Review 12(1): 15.

Gasparyan D. (2016) Consciousness as Self-Description in Differences. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 539–549.

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Glanville R. (1982) Inside every white box there are two black boxes trying to get out. Behavioural Science 12(1): 1–11.

Glanville R. (2001) An observing science. Special Issue “The Impact of Radical Constructivism on Science” edited by Alexander Riegler. Foundations of Science 6(1–3): 45–75.

Glanville R. (2001) And he was magic. Kybernetes 30(5/6): 652–673.

Glanville R. (2004) The purpose of second-order cybernetics. Kybernetes 33(9/10): 1379–1386.

Glanville R. (2008) Second order cybernetics. Revised version. In: Parra-Luna F. (ed.) Systems science and cybernetics. Encyclopedia of life support systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCOEolss Publishers, Paris: Web publication.

Glasersfeld E. von & Pisani P. (1968) The Multistore system MP-2. The Georgia Institute for Research, Athens GA.

Glasersfeld E. von & Pisani P. (1970) The Multistore parser for hierarchical syntactic structures. Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery 13(2): 74–82.

Glasersfeld E. von & Terzi P. (1965) Automatic English sentence analysis. Final Report. AFOSR Grant AF EOAR 64–54. IDAMI Language Research Section, Milan.

Glasersfeld E. von & Varela F. J. (1985) Problems of knowledge and cognizing organisms. Aprendizagem/Desenvolvimento (Learning and Development) 2(6): 17–23.

Glasersfeld E. von (1962) First draft of an English input procedure for mechanical translation. Methodos 14(54): 47–79.

Glasersfeld E. von (1963) Probleme der maschinellen Übersetzung. Beiträge zur Sprachkunde und Informationsverarbeitung 3: 33–47.

Glasersfeld E. von (1964) A project for automatic sentence analysis. Beiträge zur Sprachkunde und Informationsverarbeitung 4: 38–46.

Glasersfeld E. von (1965) Multistore: A procedure for correlational analysis. Automazione e Automatismi 9(2): 5–28.

Glasersfeld E. von (1976) Cybernetics and cognitive development. Cybernetics Forum 8: 115–120.

Glasersfeld E. von (1978) Another minor revision, or the disregard for control theory and the analysis of inductive feedback systems. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1(1): 79–80.

Glasersfeld E. von (1979) Cybernetics, experience, and the concept of self. In: Ozer M. N. (ed.) A cybernetic approach to the assessment of children: Toward a more humane use of human beingsWestview Press, Boulder CO: 67–113.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) Declaration of the American Society for Cybernetics. American Society of Cybernetics Newsletter 24: 1–4.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) Feedback, induction, and epistemology. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Applied systems and cybernetics. Volume 2: Systems concepts, models and methodologyPergamon Press, New York: 712–719.

Glasersfeld E. von (1988) Should cybernetics be useful?. Continuing the Conversation 12: 5.

Glasersfeld E. von (1988) The cybernetic basis of behavior. Continuing the Conversation 16: 5–6.

Glasersfeld E. von (1991) Knowing in self-regulating organisms (A constructivist approach). In: Umpleby S. A. & Sadovsky V. N. (eds.) A science of goal formulationHemisphere, New York: 1–8.

Glasersfeld E. von (1994) Wiener’s insight into communication. Kybernetes 23(6/7): 21–22.

Glasersfeld E. von (1996) Cybernetics and the art of living. Cybernetics and Systems 27(6): 489–497.

Glasersfeld E. von (1997) A cybernetician before cybernetics. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 14(2): 137–139.

Glasersfeld E. von (1997) A postscript to Kenneth Boulding. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 14(3): 221–224.

Glasersfeld E. von (1997) In Memory of a Pioneer, Silvio Ceccato, 1914–1997. Methodologia Working Papers 91.

Glasersfeld E. von (1998) Anticipation in the constructivist theory of cognition. In: Dubois D. M. (ed.) Computing anticipatory systemsAmerican Institute of Physics, Woodbury NY: 38–47.

Glasersfeld E. von (1999) The cybernetic insights of Jean Piaget. Cybernetics and Systems 30(2): 105–112.

Glasersfeld E. von (2000) Reflections on cybernetics. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 7(1): 93–95.

Glasersfeld E. von (2001) Remembering Gordon Pask. Kybernetes 30(7/8): 970.

Glasersfeld E. von (2002) Cybernetics and the theory of knowledge. In: UNESCO Encyclopedia, Section on System Science and CyberneticsEolss Publishers, Oxford UK.

Glasersfeld E. von (2003) Foreword. In: Butz M. V., Olivier S. & Gérard P. (eds.) Anticipatory behavior in adaptive systems: Foundations, theories and systemsSpringer, Berlin: v-vi.

Glasersfeld E. von (2005) Informationsübertragung, Konzeptuelle Semantik, Kybernetik, Objektivität, Wissen als Konstruk, Zeitkonzept. In: Tsvasman L. R. (ed.) Das große Lexikon, Medien und KommunikationErgon, Würzburg: 145, 211, 212, 2.

Glasersfeld E. von (2005) Preface: Founder of the second order. Kybernetes 34(3/4): 319–320.

Glasersfeld E. von, Burns J., Pisani P., Notarmarco B. & Dutton B. (1966) Automatic English sentence analysis. Final Report. AFOSR Grant 65–76. IDAMI Language Research Section, Milan.

Halsall F. (2012) Niklas Luhmann and the body. The New Bioethics: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Biotechnology and the Body 18(1): 4–20.

Hayles N. K. & Pulizzi J. J. (2010) Narrating consciousness: Language, media and embodiment. History of the Human Sciences 23(3): 131–148.

Herr C. M. & Fischer T. (2013) Systems for Showing and Repurposing: A Second-Order Cybernetic Reflection on Some Cellular Automata Projects. Journal of Mathematics and System Science 3: 201–216.

Herr C. M. (2015) The big picture: Connecting design, second order cybernetics and radical constructivism. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 107–114.

Herr C. M. (2019) Constructing cybernetic thinking, Design, and education. In: Fischer T. & Herr C. M. (eds.) Design cybernetics: Navigating the newSpringer, Cham: 153–170.

Honkela T. (2005) Von Foerster meets Kohonen: Approaches to artificial intelligence, cognitive science and information systems development. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 40–53.

Jonas W. (2007) Research through DESIGN through research: A cybernetic model of designing design foundations. Kybernetes 36(9/10): 1362–1380.

Jones J. (2005) The Cybersemiotic Roots Of Computation: A Critique of the Computational Model of Cognition. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 12(3): 7–29.

Julià P. (2000) Observer or self-observer in second-order cybernetics?. Kybernetes 29(5/6): 770–786.

Kadri F. L. (2019) Are all observations measurements?. Kybernetes 48(4): 782–792.

Kauffman L. H. (2005) EigenForm. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 129–150.

Kauffman L. H. (2009) Reflexivity and Eigenform: The Shape of Process. Constructivist Foundations 4(3): 121–137.

Kauffman L. H. (2016) Cybernetics, Reflexivity and Second-Order Science. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 489–497.

Kauffman L. H. (2016) Remembrance of Things Past. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 78–86.

Kauffman L. H. (2017) Eigenform and Reflexivity. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 246–252.

Kauffman L. K. (2017) A concise approach to eigenform and reflexivity. Kybernetes 46(1): 1542–1554.

Kjellman A. (2006) The crisis of contemporary science. Kybernetes 35(3/4): 497–521.

Kline R. (2009) Where are the cyborgs in cybernetics?. Social Studies of Science 39: 331–362.

Kordes U. (2005) A peaceful coexistence of epistemologies: Philosophy from the constructivist’s point of view. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 295–305.

Krippendorff K. & Clemson B. (2016) Merger of Two Strategic (Ir)reconcilables, 1962–1980. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 10–18.

Krippendorff K. (1996) A second-order cybernetics of otherness. Systems Research 13(3): 311–328.

Krippendorff K. (2009) Conversation: Possibilities of its Repair and Descent into Discourse and Computation. Constructivist Foundations 4(3): 138–150.

Krippendorff K. (2019) My scholarly life in cybernetics. World Futures 75(1–2): 69–91.

Leonard A. (2016) Recollections of My Years as ASC President: 2002–2004. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 73–77.

Lepskiy V. (2018) Evolution of cybernetics: Philosophical and methodological analysis. Kybernetes 47(2): 249–261.

Letiche H. (2017) Researcher reflexivity: What it is and what it can be. Kybernetes 46(9): 1555–1563.

Limone A. & Bastias L. E. (2006) Autopoiesis and knowledge in the organization: Conceptual foundation for authentic knowledge management. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 23: 39–49.

Livet P. (2004) La notion de récursivité, de la première cybernétique au connexionnisme [The concept of recursivity, from the first cybernetics to connectionism]. Intellectica 39: 125–137.

Martin R. J. (2015) Second-Order cybernetics, Radical Constructivism, and the Biology of Cognition: Paradigms Struggling to Bring About Change. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 169–182.

Maturana H. R. (2005) The origin and conservation of self-consciousness: Reflections on four questions by Heinz von Foerster. In: Riegler A. (ed.) Heinz von Foerster – in memoriam. Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems & Cybernetics 34(1–2): 54–88.

Moreno-Díaz R. & Moreno-Díaz A. (2007) On the legacy of W. S. McCulloch. BioSystems 88(3): 185–190.

Mossio M. & Bich L. (2014) La circularité biologique: Concepts et modèles. In: Varenne F., Silberstein M., Dutreuil S. & Huneman P. (eds.) Modéliser et simuler: Epistémologies et pratiques de la modélisation et de la simulation. Volume 2Editions Matériologiques, Paris: 137–170.

Možina M. (2019) Epistemology of hallucinations and hearing voices: The contribution of constructivism and neurophenomenology. Slovenska revija za psihoterapijo Kairos 13(3–4): 27–71.

Mulej M., Potocan V., Zenko Z., Kajzer S., Ursic D., Knez-Riedl J., Lynn M. & Ovsenik J. (2004) How to restore Bertalanffian systems thinking. Kybernetes 33(1): 48–61.

Müller A. (2015) Avec un “s”: Histories of cybernetics and the ASC. Kybernetes 44(8/9): 1341–1349.

Müller A. (2017) Jean Piaget und die Erfindung von Radikalem Konstruktivismus und Kybernetik Zweiter Ordnung. In: Kanzian C., Kletzl S., Mitterer J. & Neges K. (eds.) Realism – relativism – constructivismDe Gruyter, Berlin: 73–82.

Müller H. F. J. (2007) Epistemology Returns to Its Roots. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 72–80.

Müller K. H. & Riegler A. (2014) Second-Order Science: A Vast and Largely Unexplored Science Frontier. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 7–15.

Müller K. H. & Riegler A. (2016) Mapping the Varieties of Second-Order Cybernetics. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 443–454.

Müller K. H. (2015) A silent revolution in reflexivity. Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics 13(6): 70–81.

Müller K. H. (2015) De profundis. Ranulph Glanville’s transcendental framework for second-order cybernetics. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2/3): 27–47.

Müller K. H. (2016) Second-Order Science and New Cybernetics. In: Carayannis E. G., Campbell D. F. J. & Efthymiopoulos M. P. (eds.) Handbook of Cyber-Development, Cyber-Democracy and Cyber-DefenseSpringer, Berlin: in press.

Pangaro P. (2001) THOUGHTSTICKER 1986: A personal history of conversation theory in software, and its progenitor, Gordon Pask. Kybernetes 30(5/6): 790–807.

Pangaro P. (2010) How Can I Put That? Applying Cybernetics to “Conversational Media”. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 17(1–2): 59–75.

Pangaro P. (2016) Why Do We Want To Live In Cybernetics?. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(2): 9–21.

Pangaro P. (2017) Questions for conversation theory or conversation theory in one hour. Kybernetes 46(9): 1578–1587.

Pangaro P. (2019) Winky Dink and me: Origins. World Futures 75(1–2): 38–48.

Pickering A. (2009) Psychiatry, synthetic brains and cybernetics in the work of W. Ross Ashby. International Journal of General Systems 38(2): 213–230.

Porr B. & Di Prodi P. (2014) Subsystem Formation Driven by Double Contingency. Constructivist Foundations 9(2): 199–211.

Porr B. & Wörgötter F. (2005) Inside embodiment: What means embodiment to radical constructivists?. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 105–117.

Powers W. T. & Glasersfeld E. von (1986) A control conversation. Continuing the Conversation 7: 3–4.

Ramage M. (2009) Norbert and Gregory. Two strands of cybernetics.. Information, Communication & Society 12(5): 735–749.

Rawes P. (2007) Second-order cybernetics, architectural drawing and monadic thinking. Kybernetes 36(9/10): 1486–1496.

Reichel A. (2017) From hardware to hardcore: Formalizing systems with form theory. International Journal of Systems and Society 4(1): 37–48.

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Richards L. D. (2007) Connecting Radical Constructivism to Social Transformation and Design. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 129–135.

Richards L. D. (2016) A history of the history of cybernetics: An agenda for an ever-changing present. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 42–49.

Riegler A. (2005) Act always so as to increase the number of scientific perspectives. Introduction to the Heinz von Foerster volume. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 6–14.

Robb F. (1989) Cybernetics and suprahuman autopoietic systems. Systems Practice 2(1): 47–74.

Scholte T. (2018) Toward a systems theatre: Proposal for a program of non-trivial modeling. Futures 103: 94–105.

Scholte T. (2020) A proposal for the role of the arts in a new phase of second-order cybernetics. Kybernetes 49(8): 2153–2170.

Scott B. & Bansal A. (2013) A Cybernetic Computational Model for Learning and Skill Acquisition. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 125–136.

Scott B. & Bansal A. (2014) Learning about learning: A cybernetic model of skill acquisition. Kybernetes 43(9/10): 1399–1411.

Scott B. & Shurville S. (2011) What is a symbol?. Kybernetes 48(1/2): 12–22.

Scott B. (2000) Cybernetic explanation and development. Kybernetes 29(7/8): 966–994.

Scott B. (2000) The cybernetics of systems of belief. Kybernetes 29(7/8): 995–998.

Scott B. (2001) Cybernetics and the social sciences. Systems Research 18: 411–420.

Scott B. (2001) Gordon Pask’s contributions to psychology. Kybernetes 30(7/8): 891–901.

Scott B. (2004) Second order cybernetics: An historical introduction. Kybernetes 33(9/10): 1365–1378.

Scott B. (2005) Ranulph Glanville’s Objekte: an appreciation. In: D. Baecker, (ed.) Schlüsselwerke der Systemtheorie. Wiesbaden, VS.

Scott B. (2006) Reflexivity revisited: the sociocybernetics of belief, meaning, truth and power. Kybernetes 35(3/4): 308–316.

Scott B. (2007) Facilitating organisational change: some sociocybernetic principles. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Organisational Change 4(1): 3–14.

Scott B. (2008) Working with Gordon Pask (1967–1978): Developing and applying conversation theory. In: Luppicini R. (ed.) Handbook of conversation design for instructionIdea Group, New York: 19–34.

Scott B. (2009) The role of sociocybernetics in understanding world futures. Kybernetes 38(6): 867–882.

Scott B. (2011) Heinz von Foerster: contributions to psychology. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 18(3/4): 163–169.

Scott B. (2011) Toward a cybernetic psychology. Kybernetes 40(9/10): 1247–1257.

Scott B. (2012) Using the logic of the life to reduce the complexity of life. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 19(3): 93–104.

Scott B. (2015) Putting flesh on the bones: Ranulph Glanville’s contributions to Conversation Theory. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 59–71.

Scott B. (2016) Cybernetic Foundations for Psychology. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 509–517.

Scott B. (2019) On becoming a cybernetician: Highlights and milestones. World Futures 75(1–2): 101–112.

Scott B. (2019) The sociocybernetics of observation and reflexivity. Current Sociology 67(4): 495–510.

Scott B., Shurville S., MacLean P. & Cong C. (2007) Cybernetic principles for learning design. Kybernetes 36(9/10): 1497–1514.

Scott R. (2011) Heinz von Foerster’s heuristics course. Kybernetes 40(7/8): 1149–1158.

Skok S. (2013) Cybernetic Scrying and Self-reflexivity: Listening Through an Artist’s Canvas. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 20(1–2): 103–111.

Steier F. & Jorgenson J. (2016) Dancing with Cybernetics (on Bridges in the Wind). Cybernetics & Human Knowing 23(1): 50–58.

Sweeting B. & Hohl M. (2015) Exploring Alternatives to the Traditional Conference Format: Introduction to the Special Issue on Composing Conferences. Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 1–7.

Sweeting B. (2015) Architecture and second order science. In: Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the ISSS 1(1): 1–6.

Sweeting B. (2015) Conversation, design and ethics: The cybernetics of Ranulph Glanville. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 99–105.

Sweeting B. (2016) Design Research as a Variety of Second-Order Cybernetic Practice. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 572–579.

Søren B. (2006) The necessity of trans‐scientific frameworks for doing interdisciplinary research. Kybernetes 35(3/4): 403–425.

Umpleby S. A. (1992) Strategies for winning acceptance of second order cybernetics. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Advances in Human Systems and Information TechnologiesInternational Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, Windsor Canada: 97–196.

Umpleby S. A. (2005) A history of the cybernetics movement in the United States. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 91(2): 54–66.

Umpleby S. A. (2005) What I learned from Heinz von Foerster about the construction of science. Kybernetes 34(1/2): 278–294.

Umpleby S. A. (2008) Ross Ashby’s general theory of adaptive systems. International Journal of General Systems 38(2): 231–238.

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Warwick K. (2009) The philosophy of W. Ross Ashby and its relationship to ‘The Matrix”. International Journal of General Systems 38(2): 239–253.

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de la Cerda O. G. (2009) Human re-engineering for action: An enactive educational management program. Kybernetes 38(7/8): 1332–1343.