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      For lack of a better criterion, these links are alphabetically ordered on the first word. They deal with artificial intelligence, artificial life, autopoiesis, chaos, complexity, constructivism, evolution, etc. Quite a few webpages present more or less complete bibliographies of famous cyberneticians like Gregory Bateson, Gordon Pask, Heinz von Foerster, Ernst von Glasersfeld, Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela.

      While many of these websites contain fascinating materials, downloadable articles, etc., an absolute must is the Principia Cybernetica website in Brussels; you can easily spend a day there, but don't get lost! The Santa Fe Institute's website is also very interesting. Hopefully you will find in at least some of these websites food for thought and inspiration to guide your own research.

      The links presented here have only recently been collected, have a more or less direct relevance to sociocybernetics broadly conceived, and obviously cover only a small portion of the field. Therefore, if you find other interesting websites, please send the website address together with a short description of the contents both to webmaster Chaime Marcuello and to Felix Geyer . With your help, these links to other sites can be considerably expanded and can become a valuable treasure fund for social science thinking in the next millennium!

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