IV. General Evolution Theory
-for theorists and more advanced readers
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D., and Weber, B.
MA: MIT Press, 1996.
exploration of both old (neo-Darwinian, etc.) and new (chaos and
complexity theory, etc.)
evolutionary theory with particular stress on the vital concept
of self-organizing processes.
York: Pergamon Press, 1980.
possibly the single most useful book for grounding the advanced
student in the still new,
emergent and pivotal field of evolutionary systems science. Fritjof
Capra's The Web of
Life is a useful and extremely readable update for part of the Jantsch
New Evolutionary Paradigm.
Gordon and Breach, 1991.
historic first collection of papers by the co-founding members of
the General Evolution Research
Albany, NY: Suny Press, 2003.
A new statement of Laszlo's QVI theory of the multilevel unity of life.
Arrow Through Chaos.
VT: Park Street Press, 2000.
introduction and appendix for an exploration of our brain's capacity
for predicting the future,
of key relevance to the development of advanced evolution theory.
Triune Brain in Evolution: Role in Paleocerebral Functions.
York: Plenum Press, 1990.
exceptionally important book of pioneering brain research from an
Among other things contains the point for point corroboration of the long
missing completion for Darwin's theory.
and Evolution: Complexity and Change in Biology.
MA: MIT Press, 1993.
rich mix of classic philosophy, modern biology, and chaos and complexity
at opening minds to the alternatives to "first half" Darwinian
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