The Relevance of general systems theory : papers presented to Ludwig von Bertalanffy on his seventieth birthday. / Edited by Ervin Laszlo
- New York : G. Braziller, 
- Physical Description:
- viii, 213 pages ; 22 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Bertalanffy, Ludwig von, 1901-1972
Laszlo, Ervin, 1932-
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- The International library of systems theory and philosophy
- Laszlo, E. Introduction: the origins of general systems theory in the work of von Bertalanffy -- Rapoport, A. The search for simplicity -- Pattee, H. H. The evolution of self-simplifying systems -- Rosen, R. Some systems theoretical problems in biology -- Zerbst, E. The impact of von Bertalanffy on physiology -- Boulding, K. E. Economics and general systems -- Thayer, L. Communication systems -- Gray, W. Bertalanffian principles as a basis for humanistic psychiatry -- Rizzo, N. D. The significance of von Bertalanffy for psychology -- Livesey, L. J., Jr. Noetic planning: the need to know, but what?--Clark, J. W. The general ecology of knowledge in curriculums of the future -- Bertalanffy, L. von. Response -- Basic bibliography (p. 203-204)--Books by Ludwig von Bertalanffy (p. 205-206).
- Based on papers presented at a symposium held Sept. 18, 1971 at the State University of New York College of Arts and Science at Geneseo.
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