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*Ashby R. (1956), An Introduction to Cybernetics, John Wiley, New York (trad. it. Introduzione alla cibernetica, Einaudi, Torino 1970).

*Ashby R. (1947), Principles of the Self-Organizing Dynamic System, Journal of General Psychology, vol. 37, p. 125.

*Ackoff, R. (1978). The art of problem solving. New York: Wiley.

*Bertalanffy, L. von. (1950). “An Outline of General Systems Theory.” Philosophy of Science, Vol. 1, No. 2.

*Bertalanffy, L. von. (1955). “An Essay on the Relativity of Categories.” Philosophy of Science, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 243–263.

*Banathy, B. ( ) Systems Design of Education. Englewood Cliffs: Educational Technology Publications

*Banathy, B. (1992) A Systems View of Education. Englewood Cliffs: Educational Technology Publications. ISBN 0877782458

*Banathy, B (1996) Designing Social Systems in a Changing World New York Plenum

*Bateson, G. (1979). Mind and nature: A necessary unity. New York: Ballantine

*Bausch, Kenneth C. (2001) The Emerging Consensus in Social Systems Theory, Kluwer Academic New Yourk ISBN 0306465396

*Beer S. (1994), Beyond Dispute, New York, Wiley.

*Boulding K (1985) The World as a Total System Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.

*Boulding K (1956) General Systems Theory as the skeleton of science in Management Science 2:197-208

*Bunge, M. (1979) Treatise on Basic Philosophy, Volume 4. Ontology II A World of Systems. Dordrecht, Netherlands: D. Reidel.

*Capra, F. (1997). The Web of Life-A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems, Anchor ISBN 978-0385476768

*Checkland, P. (1981). Systems thinking, Systems practice. New York: Wiley.

*Churchman, C.W. (1971). The design of inquiring systems. New York: Basic Books.

*Churchman, C.W. (1968). The systems approach. New York: Laurel.

*Corning, P. 1983) The Synergism Hupothesis: A Theory of Progressive Evolution. New York: McGRaw Hill

*Flood RL and Jackson MC (eds) (1991) Critical Systems Thinking: Directed readings Chichester, Wiley

*Jantsch, E. (1980). The Self Organizing Universe. New York: Pergamon.

*Laszlo, E. (1972a). The systems view of the world. The natural philosophy of the new developments in the sciences. New York: George Brazillier. ISBN 0807606367

*Laszlo, E. (1972b). Introduction to systems philosophy. Toward a new paradigm of contemporary thought. San Francisco: Harper.

*Lemkow, A. (1995) The Wholeness Principle: Dynamics of Unity Within Science, Religion & Society. Quest Books, Wheaton.

*Maturana H, Varela F (1980) Autopoiesis and Cognition D. Reidel, Dordrecht, Holland (trad. it. Autopoiesi e cognizione, Marsilio, Venezia 1985).

*Miller JG (1978) Living Systems New York, McGraw Hill Book Company.

*Minati, Gianfranco. Collen, Arne. (1997) Introduction to Systemics Eagleye books. ISBN 0924025069

*Prigogine I, Stengers I (1984) Order out of Chaos Bantarn, New York (trad. it. La nuova alleanza, Einaudi, Torino 1981

*Rapoport A (1968), General System Theory. In David L. Sills (Ed.). The International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences. Volume 15. New York: Macmillan & The Free Press, 452-458.

*Rosen R (1970), Dynamical Systems Theory in Biology. Vol. 1: Stability Theory and its Applications. Wiley, New York.

*Senge, P. (1990). The Fifth Discipline. The art and practice of the learning organization. New York: Doubleday.

*von Bertalanffy L (1968), General System Theory, Braziller, New York (trad. it. Teoria generale dei sistemi, Oscar Mondadori, Milano 2004).

*von Foerster H, Zopf GW, (eds) (1962) Principles of Self-Organization Pergamon, New York

*Wiener N (1948) Cybernetics MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.; ristampato nel 1961 (trad. it. La cibernetica, Mondadori, Milano 1968).

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