Swenson Selected References

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 Swenson, R. (1989a). Engineering initial conditions in a self-producing environment. In
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 Swenson, R. (1989b). Emergent evolution and the global attractor: The evolutionary epistemology of
 zzzzzentropy production maximization. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of The International
 zzzzzSociety for the Systems Sciences, P. Leddington (ed)., 33(3), 46-53.
 Swenson, R. (1989c). Engineering initial conditions in non-Newtonian human systems. Proceedings
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 Swenson, R. (1989d). Emergent attractors and the law of maximum entropy production: Foundations
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 Swenson, R. (1989e). Gauss-in-a-box: Nailing down the first principles of action. Perceiving Acting xxxxxWorkshop Review (Technical Report of the Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and xxxxxAction) 5, 60-63.
 Swenson, R. (1990a). Evolutionary systems and society. World Futures, 30, 11- 16.
 Swenson, R. (1990b). A robust ecological physics needs an ongoing crackdown on makers conjured aaaaaout of thin air. Perceiving-Acting Workshop Review (Technical Report of the Center for the aaaaEcological Study of Perception and Action) 5(2), 24-30.
 Swenson, R. (1991a). End-directed physics and evolutionary ordering: Obviating the problem of the xxxxxpopulation of one. In The Cybernetics of Complex Systems: Self-Organization, Evolution, and xxxxSocial Change, F. Geyer (ed.), 41-60. Salinas, CA: Intersystems Publications.
 Swenson, R. (1991b). Order, evolution, and natural law: Fundamental relations in complex system zzzzztheory. In Cybernetics and Applied Systems, C. Negoita (ed.), 125-148. New York: Marcel xxxxDekker Inc.
 Swenson, R. (1992). Autocatakinetics, yes-Autopoiesis, no: Steps towards a unified theory of xxxxxevolutionary ordering. International Journal of General Systems, 21(2), 207-228.
 Swenson, R. (1997a). Autocatakinetics, evolution, and the law of maximum entropy production: A sssssprincipled foundation toward the study of human ecology. Advances in Human Ecology, 6, 1-46.
 Swenson, R. (1997b). Evolutionary theory developing: The problem(s) with 'Darwin's Dangerous
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 Swenson, R. (1998a). Thermodynamics, evolution, and behavior. In The Handbook of Comparative aaaaPsychology, G. Greenberg and M. Haraway (eds.), Garland Publishing, New York.
Swenson, R. (1998b). Autocatakinetics, the minimal ontology, and the constitutive logic of ecological xxxxrelations. Revue de la Pensee d'Aujour d'Hui (Japanese Journal of Contemporary Philosophy.), xxxxMay, vol.25-6 (in Japanese).
 Swenson, R. (1998c). Spontaneous order, evolution, and autocatakinetics: The nomological basis zzzzfor the emergence of meaning. In Evolutionary Systems, G. van de Vijver, S. Salthe, and M. zzzzDelpos (eds.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.
 Swenson, R. (in press). Epistemic ordering and the development of space-time:
xxxIntentionality as a universal entailment. Semiotica
 Swenson, R. and Turvey, M.T. (1991). Thermodynamic reasons for perception-action cycles. xxxxEcological Psychology, 3(4), 317-348. Translated and reprinted in Perspectives on Affordances, xxxx M. Sasaki (ed.). Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1998 (in Japanese). Perceiving-Acting xxx cdddWorkshop Review (Technical Report of the Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and xxx dAction) 5(2), 24-30.
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