Evolutionary systems design: A soft technology for hard challenges

World Futures 54 (4):313-335 (1999)
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(1999). Evolutionary systems design: A soft technology for hard challenges. World Futures: Vol. 54, Challenges of Evolution at Pat I: The Human Factor in Evolution, pp. 313-335

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