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Scott B. (2005) Ranulph Glanville’s Objekte: an appreciation. In: D. Baecker, (ed.) Schlüsselwerke der Systemtheorie. Wiesbaden, VS. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2006) Reflexivity revisited: the sociocybernetics of belief, meaning, truth and power. Kybernetes 35(3/4): 308–316. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2007) Facilitating organisational change: some sociocybernetic principles. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Organisational Change 4(1): 3–14. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2007) The cybernetics of Gordon Pask. In: Glanville R. & Müller K. H. (eds.) Gordon Pask, philosopher mechanic: An introduction to the cybernetician’s cybernetician. Echoraum, Vienna: 29–52. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2008) Working with Gordon: Developing and applying conversation theory (1967–1978). In: Luppicini R. (ed.) Handbook of conversation design for instruction. Idea Group, New York: 19–34. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2009) Conversation, Individuals and Concepts: Some Key Concepts in Gordon Pask’s Interaction of Actors and Conversation Theories. Constructivist Foundations 4(3): 151–158. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2009) The role of sociocybernetics in understanding world futures. Kybernetes 38(6): 867–882. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2010) The global conversation and the socio-biology of awareness and consciousness. Journal of Sociocybernetics 7(2): 21–33. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2010) The Role of Higher Education in Understanding and Achieving Sustainable Development: Lessons from Sociocybernetics. Journal of Sociocybernetics 7(1): 9–26. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2011) Cognition and language. In: B. Scott, (ed.) Explorations in Second Order Cybernetics: Reflections on Cybernetics, Psychology and Education. Vienna, echoraum. Fulltext at
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