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  1. Wolfgang Hofkirchner (2010). How to Design the Infosphere: The Fourth Revolution, the Management of the Life Cycle of Information, and Information Ethics as a Macroethics. [REVIEW] Knowledge, Technology and Policy 23 (1-2):177-192.
    The paper reconstructs the read thread that links the information revolution, the information concept and information ethics in Floridi’s philosophy of information. In doing so, it acknowledges the grand attempt but doubts whether this attempt is up to the state of affairs concerning the actual point human history has reached. It contends that the information age is rather conceivable as a critical stage in which human evolution as a whole is at stake. The mastering of this crisis depends on an (...)
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  2. Wolfgang Hofkirchner (2007). A Critical Social Systems View of the Internet. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 37 (4):471-500.
    The article discusses principles that form part of evolutionary systems thinking in social sciences and humanities. It is argued that introducing the concept of self-organization relates agency and structures in a way that makes it possible to take up certain features of Critical Theory by which it can meet the demands for a critical social science. These principles are applied to the question of whether there is convergence or divergence in and by means of the Internet. It will be clarified (...)
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  3. Wolfgang Hofkirchner (2006). Natur und Gesellschaft. Dialektik und Systemtheorie 1. In Rainer Ernst Zimmermann (ed.), Naturallianz: Von der Physik Zur Politik in der Philosophie Ernst Blochs. Kovac.
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  4. Irina Dobronravova & Wolfgang Hofkirchner (eds.) (2004). Science of Self-Organization and Self-Organization of Science. "Abris".
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  5. Wolfgang Hofkirchner (2001). The Hidden Ontology: Real-World Evolutionary Systems Concept as Key to Information Science. Emergence 3 (3):22-41.
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  6. Rafael Capurro, Peter Fleissner & Wolfgang Hofkirchner (1997). Is a Unified Theory of Information Feasible? A Trialogue. World Futures 49 (3):213-234.
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  7. Peter Fleissner & Wolfgang Hofkirchner (1997). Actio Non Est Reactio: An Extension of the Concept of Causality Towards Phenomena of Information. World Futures 49 (3):409-427.
    (1997). Actio non est reactio: An extension of the concept of causality towards phenomena of information. World Futures: Vol. 49, The Quest for a Unified Theory of Information, pp. 409-427.
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