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JOURNAL of SOCIOCYBERNETICS
AFSCET
Association Française
de Science des Systèmes
U.E.S
Union Européenne
de Systémique
6th European Congress on SYSTEMS SCIENCE

PARIS
19 - 22 septembre 2005
with the patronage of UNESCO

RC51 SYMPOSION ON SOCIOCYBERNETICS
ISA - Research Committee 51 on Sociocybernetics
"Social Complexities from the Individual to Cyberspace"


Papers

Unedited Pre-Conference Papers
- Authors are themselves fully responsible for their papers -


Klaus E. Anders (Universität Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany)
E-mail: klaus.e.anders@mail.uni-oldenburg.de

The Circular Question "Why?" - Its Relevance for Sociocybernetic Analysis

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Lucio Biggiero, Enrico Sevi (LUISS University, Rome, Italy)
E-mails: lbiggier@luiss.it; esevi@luiss.it

The Effects of Structural and Relational Complexity on Group Performance - Results from an Agent-Based Simulation Model

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Jacques & Maria Van Bockstaele (Centre de socianalyse, Paris, France)
E-mail: jm.van-bockstaele@wanadoo.fr
Martine Godard-Plasman, Marie-Noëlle Pécout (Association d’analyse praxéologique et cognitive, Paris, France)
E-mails: martine.godard-plasman@wanadoo.fr, mpecout@free.fr

Systèmes cybernétiques et socianalyse [French]
[English version]
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Arne Collen (Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco, CA, USA)
E-mail: acollen@saybrook.edu

Sociocybernetic Systemic Flows and Emerging Complexities in the Conduct of Human Inquiry

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Marie-Claude Dupré (Viverols, France)
E-mail: Dupreg7@aol.com

Les trois limites

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Bernd R. Hornung (Marburg University, Marburg, Germany)
E-mail: hornung@med.uni-marburg.de

Principles of Sociocybernetics

see [English PPT] [French PPT]
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Diane Laflamme (Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada)
E-mail: ad.laflamme@sympatico.ca

La constitution du sens en situation de complexité, une proposition de Niklas Luhmann inspirée de la phénoménologie husserlienne
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Marilena Lunca,

Cross-, Inter-, and Transdisciplinary Methodologies for Anticipative Systems
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Matjaz Mulej, Vojko Potocan (University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Maribor, Slovenia)
E-mail: mulej@uni-mb.si
Bojan Rosi (Public Agency for Railway, and University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Celje and Kr_ko, Slovenia)

Ethics of Interdependence – Solution for Conflicts Between Systemic and Specialistic Thinking

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Nicholas Paritsis
(Laboratory of Cybernetics and Systems Behavior, University of Crete, Greece)
E-mail: paritsis@med.uoc.gr

Social Holons and their Epistemology

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Francisco Parra-Luna (Universidad Complutense (Somosaguas), Madrid, Spain)
E-mail: soso103@sis.ucm.es

In Search of "La Mancha" - A Sociocybernetic Approach

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Marie-Noëlle Sarget (Chercheur à l'EHESS, associée au LADYSS (Paris X)
E-mail: sarget@atacama.ehess.fr

Approche systémique de la marginalité sociale

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Bernard Scott, Simon Shurville (Defence Academy, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, UK)
E-mail: B.C.E.Scott@cranfield.ac.uk

Epistemological Unification of the Disciplines: The Contributions of Sociocybernetics

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