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-Luminaries of the Systems Approach: C.W. Churchman (1914-2004), \\ +Luminaries of the Systems Approach: C.W. Churchman (1913-2004), \\ 
 [[http://​www.isss.org/​admin/​pastpresidents.html|Past president]] of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, 1989 \\  \\ \\ [[http://​www.isss.org/​admin/​pastpresidents.html|Past president]] of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, 1989 \\  \\ \\
  
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 **(With a Bibliography from 1938 to 2001 and a Postscript of 5 March 2006)** **(With a Bibliography from 1938 to 2001 and a Postscript of 5 March 2006)**
  
- //​Contributed by **[[http://​wulrich.com/​bio.html|Werner Ulrich]]**, 29 August 1999 (last updated ​4 Nov 2009)//   \\ \\+ //​Contributed by **[[http://​wulrich.com/​bio.html|Werner Ulrich]]**, 29 August 1999 (last updated ​6 Jan 2011)//   \\ \\
    
  
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-**Page history:** This contribution was first published in the "​Luminaries"​ section of the ISSS web site on 29 August 1999 (original URL: http://​www.isss.org/​lumCWC.htm). The page was reformatted and relocated to the present URL in January 2005. The main text has remained unchanged since the original publication,​ except for minor editorial corrections,​ biographic updates, etc. An Author'​s Postscript was added on 5 March 2006. References and links are regularly checked and, where necessary, updated; the last such update is of 04 November 2009. \\ +**Page history:** This contribution was first published in the "​Luminaries"​ section of the ISSS web site on 29 August 1999 (original URL: http://​www.isss.org/​lumCWC.htm). The page was reformatted and relocated to the present URL in January 2005. The main text has remained unchanged since the original publication,​ except for minor editorial corrections,​ biographic updates, etc. An Author'​s Postscript was added on 5 March 2006. References and links are regularly checked and, where necessary, updated; the last such update is of 06 January 2011. \\ 
  
-**Suggested form of citation:** "​Ulrich,​ W. (1999), An appreciation of C. West Churchman (with a bibliography from 1938 to 2001 and a postscript of 5 March 2006). //​Luminaries of the Systems Approach,// Web site of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, http://​projects.isss.org/​C_West_Churchman ​(last updated ​4 November 2009)." \\+**Suggested form of citation:** "​Ulrich,​ W. (1999), An appreciation of C. West Churchman (with a bibliography from 1938 to 2001 and a postscript of 5 March 2006). //​Luminaries of the Systems Approach,// Web site of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, http://​projects.isss.org/​c_west_churchman ​(last updated ​6 January 2011)." \\
  
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-**Contact:​** [[mailto:wulrich@gmx.ch?​subject=Luminaries of the Systems ApproachC.W. Churchman|Werner Ulrich]] \\ +**Contact:​** [[wulrich@gmx.ch?​subject=Luminaries of the Systems Approach--C.W. Churchman|Werner Ulrich]] \\ 
    
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-**C. West Churchman** (born on 29 August 1913 in Philadelphia,​ Pennsylvania;​ deceased on 21 March 2004 in Bolinas, California) is probably the most influential philosopher of the systems movement thus far. A founding father of the systems approach as well as the fields of operations research and management science, he represents ​the rare case of a pioneer who never allowed himself to become absorbed by the mainstream of his colleagues. ​+**C. West Churchman** (born on 29 August 1913 in Philadelphia,​ Pennsylvania;​ deceased on 21 March 2004 in Bolinas, California) is probably the most influential philosopher of the systems movement thus far. A founding father of the systems approach as well as the fields of operations research and management science, he represents ​rare case of a pioneer who never allowed himself to become absorbed by the mainstream of his colleagues. ​
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 Philosophical aspects of statistical theory. //The Philosophical Review//, 55, No. 1, 1946, 81-86. Philosophical aspects of statistical theory. //The Philosophical Review//, 55, No. 1, 1946, 81-86.
  
-The dialectic of modern philosophy. //The Journal of Philosophy//, ​18, 1946, 113-124.+The dialectic of modern philosophy. //The Journal of Philosophy//, ​43, No. 5, 1946, 113-124.
  
 A discussion of Dewey and Berkeley'​s '​postulations'​. //The Journal of Philosophy//,​ 18, 1946, 217-219 (with T.A. Cowan). A discussion of Dewey and Berkeley'​s '​postulations'​. //The Journal of Philosophy//,​ 18, 1946, 217-219 (with T.A. Cowan).
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