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Allport, G.W., and Vernon, P.E. (1931), A Study of Values: Manual of Directions,. rev. ed., Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co.

 
Ashby, W.R. (1956), An Introduction to Cybernetics, London, Chapman & Hall.

 
Hume, D. (1740) A treatise of human nature. Book III.

 
McCulloch, W.S. (1955), "Summary of the points of agreement reached in the previous nine conferences on Cybernetics", in Cybernetics: Circular Causal and Feedback Mechanisms in Biological and Social Systems, Transactions of the Tenth Conference, New York, Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

 
Rosenblueth, A., Wiener, N., and Bigelow, J. (1943), "Behavior, purpose and teleology", Phil. Sci., Vol. 10, pp. 18-24.

 
Rosenblueth, A., and Wiener, N. (1950), "Purposeful and non-purposeful behavior", Phil. Sci., Vol. 17, pp. 318-326.

 
Smith, L.C. (1998), "The ternary structure of the economy", paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, King's College London , UK, September 1998.

 
Spranger, E. (1922), Die Lebensformen, 3rd ed., Halle (Saale), Niemeyer. Translation by P.J.W. Pigors (1928), Types of Men, New York, G. E. Stechert Co.

 
Stewart, D.J. (1989), "A ternary domanial structure as a basis for cybernetics and its place in knowledge", Kybernetes, Vol. 18 No. 4, pp. 19-28.

 
Stewart, D.J. (1999a), "The implications for cybernetics of the discontinuity between information and imparity", Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Cybernetics, Namur (Belgium), September 1998, pp. 949-954.

 
Stewart, D.J. (1999b), "What is gained by adding a third ontological domain to those of energy and information?", Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Cybernetics, Namur (Belgium), September 1998, pp. 959-964.

 
Stewart, D. J. (1999c) The Ternary Analysis of work. Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Cybernetics and Systems, Brunel University, UK, August 1999, pp. 189-190.

 
Stewart, D. J. (1999d) The Ternary Analysis of organisations. Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Cybernetics and Systems, Brunel University, UK, August 1999, pp. 189-190.

 
Taylor, R. (1950a), "Comments on a mechanistic conception of purposefulness", Phil. Sci., Vol. 17, pp. 310-317.

 
Taylor, R. (1950b), "Purposeful and non-purposeful behavior—a rejoinder", Phil. Sci., Vol. 17, pp. 327-332.

 

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