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    Tamás Pólya & László Tarnay (1999). Sorites Paradox and Conscious Experience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (1):165-165.
    The theory of consciousness proposed by O'Brien & Opie is open to the Sorites paradox, for it defines a consciousness system internally in terms of computationally relevant units which add up to consciousness only if sufficient in number. The Sorites effect applies on the assumed level of features.
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    Laszlo Tarnay (1997). The Rear Window of Essentialism. Film-Philosophy 1 (1).
    on Theorizing the Moving Image by Noel Carroll.
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    Alexander Laszlo, Christopher Laszlo & Ervin Laszlo (2011). A Systems View of Ervin Laszlo, From One Generation to the Next: An Edited and Annotated Autobiographical Piece. World Futures 67 (4-5):219 - 243.
    This article represents a concerted Laszlo effort. What you will find here is a collection of autobiographical reflections written by Ervin Laszlo that speaks to his involvement with the field of systems thinking and his impact on it, interspersed with comments and illustrative examples on points of special interest. As such, this essay should be read as a reflection piece?one in which a new generation of Laszlos muse on the power and inspiration of the vision that has served as a (...)
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  4. Ervin Laszlo & David Loye (eds.) (1998). The Evolutionary Outrider: The Impact of the Human Agent on Evolution: Essays Honoring Ervin Laszlo. Praeger.
  5. Janos Laszlo (2007). Chapter Fourteen The Role of Attachment Patterns in Emotional Processing of Literary Narratives Janos Laszlo and Eva Fulop. In L. I͡A Dorfman, Colin Martindale & Vladimir Petrov (eds.), Aesthetics and Innovation. Cambridge Scholars Pub. 257.
     
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  6. Ervin Laszlo (1968). Philosophy in the Soviet Union. A Survey of the Midsixties. Compiled and Edited by Ervin Laszlo. D. Reidel.
     
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  7. Ervin Laszlo (2003). The Consciousness Revolution: A Transatlantic Dialogue: Two Days with Ervin Laszlo, Stanislav Grof, and Peter Russell. Elf Rock Productions.
     
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  8. Ervin Laszlo (2003). The Connectivity Hypothesis Foundations of an Integral Science of Quantum, Cosmos, Life, and Consciousness. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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  9. János László & Éva Fülöp (2007). The Role of Attachment Patterns in Emotional Processing of Literary Narratives. In L. I͡A Dorfman, Colin Martindale & Vladimir Petrov (eds.), Aesthetics and Innovation. Cambridge Scholars Pub. 263--277.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1972). Introduction to Systems Philosophy: Toward a New Paradigm of Contemporary Thought. Gordon and Breach.
    Chapter 1 WHY SYSTEMS PHILOSOPHY? Some reasons, for synthetic philosophy generally The persistent theme of this study is the timeliness and the necessity of ...
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  11. Ervin Laszlo (1993). The Creative Cosmos: A Unified Science of Matter, Life and Mind. Floris Books.
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  12. Pierre Laszlo & Roxanne Lapidus (2004). Nothing Added, Nothing Subtracted. Substance 33 (3):108-125.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2016). Information in the Universe and in the Organism. World Futures 72 (3-4):101-106.
    There is a branch of modern medicine that relies on information rather than on biochemical substances to maintain health and cure disease. Known as information medicine, it offers an important complement to the dominant biochemical approach of mainstream medicine. This note offers a few reflections on the potentials of information medicine in reference to what is currently known regarding the role of information in the universe, and in the living organism.
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  14. Ervin Laszlo (1996). The Systems View of the World a Holistic Vision for Our Time. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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  15. Ervin Laszlo (1995). The Interconnected Universe Conceptual Foundations of Transdisciplinary Unified Theory. World Scientific.
     
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  16. Ervin Laszlo (2004). Why I Believe in Science and Believe in God: A Credo. Zygon 39 (3):535-539.
    The conflict between science and religion is not irremediable: the world concept of science is changing, and the change brings about a rapprochement with religious beliefs in some fundamental areas. One such area is the question of original creation. Recent findings regarding the nature of the universe show the improbability of its having arisen in the course of a random process. The perennial religious intuition of a transcendental act of creation is a logical entailment of the randomly entirely improbable fine (...)
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  17. P. Laszlo (1995). Natural Substances and Artificial Products. Diogenes 43 (172):105-125.
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    Alexander Laszlo (2009). The Nature of Evolution. World Futures 65 (3):204 – 221.
    Science, and with it our understanding of evolutionary processes, is itself undergoing evolution. The evolutionary framework still most frequently used by the general public to describe and guide processes of societal development is erroneously grounded in Darwinian perspectives or, at the very least, draws facile analogies from biological evolution. The present inquiry incorporates fresh insights on the general systemic nature of developmental dynamics from the most recent advances in the transdisciplinary realm of the sciences of complexity (e.g., general evolution theory, (...)
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  19. Miles Hewstone, Karmela Liebkind, Maria Lewicka, János László, Alberto Voci, Alberta Contarello, Ángel Gómez, Alexandra Hantzi, Michal Bilewicz & Ana Guinote (2012). An Evaluation of the Impact of the European Association of Social Psychology A Response to Schruijer (2012). History of the Human Sciences 25 (3):117-126.
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    R. Hoffmann & P. Laszlo (1989). Representation in Chemistry. Diogenes 37 (147):23-51.
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    Pierre Laszlo (2001). A Sketch of a Program. Foundations of Chemistry 3 (3):269-271.
  22. Ervin Laszlo (2005). Religion Versus Science: The Conflict in Reference to Truth Value, Not Cash Value. Zygon 40 (1):57-61.
    The rift between science and religion needs to be assessed not merely on pragmatic grounds, on the basis of the effect of scientific versus religious beliefs on people's behavior, as John Caiazza's essay does, but also and above all in regard to the cogency of the respective beliefs in reference to what we can reasonably assume is the true face of reality. About such truth value, the conflict is not irremediable; there are elements of belief regarding the nature of reality (...)
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  23. Ervin Laszlo (1991). The Age of Bifurcation Understanding the Changing World. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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    Ervin Laszlo (1994). Global Sustainability and the Market: Lessons for Leadership. World Futures 40 (4):177-185.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2014). Christina Grof: In Memoriam. World Futures 70 (3-4):266-266.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1992). Culture and Development. World Futures 34 (3):225-230.
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  27. Ervin Laszlo (1975). The Systems View of the World: The Natural Philosophy of the New Developments in the Sciences. Blackwell.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2003). Foreword. World Futures 59 (3 & 4):125 – 126.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1987). Evolution: The New Paradigm. World Futures 23 (3):151-160.
    Evolution in the sense of the new paradigm embraces not only the emergence of biological species but also development in the cosmos and in history. It means ?grand synthesis,? or general theory of evolution. Its roots lie in the search for meaning that inspired systematic thought since its inception: its historical antecedents go back to the Ionian natural philosophers. Today the evolutionary paradigm frames invariant scientific concepts that appear in specific transformations in the physical, the biological, and the human and (...)
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  30. Ervin Laszlo (2006). Quantum and Consciousness: In Search of a New Paradigm. Zygon 41 (3):533-541.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1992). Unitary Trends in Sociocultural Evolution. World Futures 34 (1):125-130.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1994). Introductory Remarks. World Futures 42 (3):173-175.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2014). Preface. World Futures 70 (1):1-1.
    (2014). Preface. World Futures: Vol. 70, Strategy, Story, and Emergence: Essays on Scenario Planning, pp. 1-1.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1967). Aesthetics of Live Musical Performance. British Journal of Aesthetics 7 (3):261-273.
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    Pierre Laszlo (1993). "La Lecon de Choses", or Lessons From Things. Substance 22 (2/3):274.
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    P. Laszlo & D. F. Bell (2004). Nothing Added, Nothing Subtracted. Substance 33 (3):108-125.
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    Pierre Laszlo (1994). Science as Writing, or Science as Reading? Substance 23 (2):99.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1999). Foreword. World Futures 54 (4):285-286.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2002). The New Holism: The Grand Prospect for Science and Society. World Futures 58 (2 & 3):137 – 147.
    As we enter the 21st century and the new millennium, our collective evolution reaches a critical threshold. We cannot go on as we did before: our world has become unsustainable. Sooner or later many local ecosystems would collapse, the climate would change adversely for agriculture and habitation, species incompatible with a large and dense human population would profilerate, and resources critical for human health and survival would become scarce, or at least beyond the reach of a critical segment of humanity. (...)
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    Gerald C. Cupchik & János László (eds.) (1992). Emerging Visions of the Aesthetic Process: Psychology, Semiology, and Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
    This book is about aesthetic processes and play from the perspectives of psychologists, philosophers, and semiologists. They explore the underlying processes from many viewpoints, including the prehistoric roots of language and art; the historical evolution of artistic, literary, and musical styles; the structure of artworks from both gestalt and semiotic perspectives; the biological and psychological processes underlying production and appreciation; the appeal of sentimental art; emotional responses to art and other aesthetic forms; personality in relation to artistic style; the testing (...)
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    Ervin Laszlo & P. Kirschenmann (1964). Reviews. [REVIEW] Studies in East European Thought 4 (4):130-141.
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    Chris Laszlo & Ervin Laszlo (2012). A Review of “HOPE: Healing Our People & Planet” Jude, Currivan. London, UK: Hay House, 2011.(333 Pp.,£ 11.89, ISBN: 978-1-84850-373-1). [REVIEW] World Futures 68 (1):69-74.
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  43. Ervin Laszlo (2004). Cosmic Connectivity: Toward a Scientific Foundation for Transpersonal Consciousness. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies 23:21-31.
     
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    Ervin Laszlo (1964). A Concise Introduction to Hungarian Marxism-Leninism. Studies in Soviet Thought 4 (1):20-32.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1964). A Survey of Recent Trends in Marxist-Leninist Aesthetics. Studies in Soviet Thought 4 (3):218-231.
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    Ervin Laszlo (1965). The Planification of Hungarian Marxism-Leninism. Studies in Soviet Thought 5 (4):273-288.
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    Alexander Laszlo (2003). The Evolutionary Challenge for Technology. World Futures 59 (8):639 – 645.
    The evolutionary challenge for technology in the third millennium is one of designing the vehicles for sustainable human and societal development in partnership with earth. The challenge calls for the conscious creation of evolutionary systems-not through the "hard technologies" that shape and mold the physical infrastructure of our planet, but through "soft technologies" that augment creative and constructive processes of human interaction. Through them, humanity has the opportunity to create the conditions for the emergence of a true learning society at (...)
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    Ervin Laszlo (1997). Global Thinking: The Need and David Loye's Proposals for Meeting It. World Futures 49 (1):31-38.
    (1997). Global thinking: The need and David Loye's proposals for meeting it. World Futures: Vol. 49, The Dialatic of Evolution: Essays in Honor of David Loye, pp. 31-38.
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    Ervin Laszlo (2013). The Optimal Worldshift Strategy In Light Of Complex Systems Theory. World Futures 69 (2):61 - 64.
    The relative importance and functional weight of local self-reliance and sustainability versus global connection and coordination is one of the most immediate and urgent problems of our time. In recent years globalization has been all the rage. It was synonymous with success and achievement. If you went global, you did something good and you were sure also to do well. Now some unintended but increasingly vexing side-effects of the globalization-trend have come to light. The opposite of globalization crops up with (...)
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    Alexander Laszlo, Regina Rowland, Todd Johnston & Gail Taylor (2012). Virtual Learning in a Socially Digitized World. World Futures 68 (8):575-594.
    Contemporary education is awakening from a crisis that has held the development of its potential and its relevance at bay for well over a century. Revolutions in science and spirituality are emerging a new relational intelligence that demands commensurate educational paradigms for its blossoming into daily engagements with life and the world around us. At the same time as people are leading increasingly interconnected lives, aware of and often participating in the narratives of people and ecosystems in other parts of (...)
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