Advances in Education and Human Development: New Trends in Learning and Teaching, Evolution of Human Systems and Institutions, Individual Freedom and Sociopolitical Controls in the High Technology Environment of the Advanced Information Society

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Tetsunori Koizumi, George Eric Lasker
International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, Jan 1, 1990 - High technology and education - 254 pages
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The Ethics of Language as a SystemForming System
Faces and Interfaces
The Logic of Management as a Learning Process

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Abstract acculturation action space alpha waves artificial intelligence Baden-Baden basic become behavior behavioristic Big Brother Biofeedback biological brain brain wave Cartesian mode central processing unit childhood cognitive colloidal communication complex computer assisted instruction concept consciousness conservatism cultural diffusion culture culture shock cybernetic society Darwinian decoding defined demarcation problem democracy Descartes Doublethink economic Electrohydrodynamic entropy environment epistemological equifinal example existence existentialistic experience fact faculty psychology feature extraction feedback Freud Freudian function George Orwell goal Goedel's incompleteness theorem Governors State University hermeneutics home computer human cycle human development human evolution humanistic psychology idea identity individual Industrial Revolution industrial robot industrial society information society information technologies institutions integration intelligence development intelligence quotient interaction Irony of Democracy Karl Polanyi Karl Popper Katakis knowledge knowledge acquisition language Language games learning limbic system logic logical quality management by objectives meaning mind electrical mode of theorizing modern Morphogenesis natural environment nature needs negentropic neural folds neurons neurotransmitters Ohio State University Olfaction open system ordinary language philosophy organic Orwellian participation perception space person phase rule phase transitions phenomenon Philosophical Investigations political programs Psychiatry psychic PSYCHO-CYBERNETIC psychological R-complex reality space relationship role sky is gray social actions social environment social noise social structure social system Sociobiology Sociocybernetics Sociolinguistic sociologistic specific speech acts stage stochastic process student subsystems Superego symbolic systems theory T.S. Eliot teacher education teleon theorizing about reality theory Thus totalitarian transformation understanding Universal Grammar University University of Amsterdam University of Windsor values West Germany William Blake York

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