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BOOKS

2008. Sally Goerner, Robert Dyck, and Dorothy Lagerroos.  The New Science of Sustainability: Building a Foundation for Today’s Great Change. Gabriola Island, BC, Canada: New Society Publishers.

2008. Sally Goerner. After the Clockwork Universe: The Emerging Science and Culture of Integral Society. (Revised Edition). Chapel Hill, NC: Triangle Center for Complex Systems.

2006. Sally Goerner. The Coming Great Change in Education: A Practical Guide to How Scientific and Social Movements are Remaking Our World and Our Schools. Seattle, WA: Books for Educators.

2004. Sally Goerner.  Entering the Integral Age: How Integral Science Supports Today’s Global Transformation. (Editor). Special Issue of the Journal of World Futures, Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis.

1999. Sally Goerner.  After the Clockwork Universe: The Emerging Science and Culture of Integral Society. Edinburgh, Scotland: Floris Publishers.

1994. Sally Goerner.  Chaos and The Evolving Ecological Universe. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers.

ARTICLES

(in press) Lietaer, B., Belgin, S., Goerner, S. Money and Sustainability: The Missing Link. Report to the Club of Rome. Boulder, CO: Citerra Press.

2009 Goerner, S., Ulanowicz, R., and Lietaer, Quantifying Economic Sustainability. Journal of Ecological Economics, 69(1), 76-81.

2009 Ulanowicz, R., Goerner, S., and Lietaer, B. (2009) Quantifying Ecosystem Sustainability. Ecological Complexity, 6, 27-36.

2009 (online) Options for Managing Systemic Banking Crises, (2nd author, 1st author Bernard Lietaer), Sapiens-journal (a peer-reviewed, European online journal), www.sapiens-journal.

2007. A Knowledge Ecology View of Creativity: How Integral Science Recasts Collective Creativity as a Basis of Large-scale Learning. In Ruth Richards (ed.) Everyday Creativity and New Views of Human Nature: Psychological, Social and Spiritual Perspectives. Washington, DC: The American Psychological Association. pp. 221-240.

2006. Today’s Copernican Flip: How Integral Science Changes our Picture of the World and Improves Our Chances of Survival. In Deborah Hull (Ed.), Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Society for the System Sciences (Vol. 25, pp. 433-446). San Francisco, CA: International Society of Systems Sciences.

2004a. How Integral Science Changes Our Social Stories. World Futures, 60, pp. 273-286.

2004b. Editor’s Note on the Integral Age. World Futures, 60, pp. 271-272.

2003 Integral Science: Rethinking Civilization Using the Learning Universe Lens. Systems Research and Behavioral Science. 20, pp. 339-358.

2002a. Understanding the Order-Producing Universe. In Market Analysis for the New Millennium (Edited by Robert R. Prechter). Gainesville, GA: The New Classics Library (a division of Elliott Wave international, Inc.). pp. 125-132.

2002b. A Practical Guide to Building an Integral World. World Futures. Special Issue: The Third Venture: Toward a Humanistic Theory of Evolution. 58(2-3). pp. 241-264.

2000a. Rethinking Education in Light of Great Change. New Horizons for Learning Online Journal. Dee Dickinson (ed.) in The Building at http://www.newhorizons.org.

2000b. Ecology, the Ascendent Perspective. Ecosystem Health, editor Laura Westra.

1999a. Dynamic Evolution: Rules for Building a Solid Human Ecology. In Laszlo, E. (ed.), The Cagliari Seminars on the New Millennium.

1999b. Education for an Integral Society: A Web View. The School Administrator. December 1999.
1998. Consciousness as a Self-Organizing Process: An Ecological Perspective. (with A. Combs) Biosystems. 46, pp. 123-127.

1997. The Evolution of Consciousness as a Self-Organizing Information System in the Society of Other Such Systems. (with A. Combs) World Futures, 50, pp. 609-616.

1996 Chaos, Consciousness and Evolution. In Wolfgang Horkimer (Ed.) Proceedings of Second Conference on the Foundations of Information Science: Quest for a Unified Information Theory, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

1995b. General Evolution: from Chaos to Gaia. In R. Robertson & A. Combs (Eds.), Proceedings of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.

1995c. Chaos and Complexity: What’s Underneath the Confusion and Hype? In R. Robertson & A. Combs (Eds.), Proceedings of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.

1995d. Understanding the Order-producing Universe. In R. Prechter (Ed.), Advances in Elliott Wave Economic Forecasting. Gainesville, GA: New Classics Library, Inc.

1994a. The Evolving Mind: a Review. World Futures, 39, p. 249.

1994b. Chaos and Deep Ecology. In A. Gilgen and F. Abraham (Eds.) Chaos Theory in Psychology. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishers.

1994c. The Physics of Evolution. Proceedings of the 1st Annual Meeting of the General Evolutionary Research Group. Berlin, Germany:European Academy of Evolutionary Management (EVO).

1994d. Chaos as Tip of an Iceberg: The connection to evolution and deep ecology. In R. Robertson & A. Combs (Eds.), A Reader for Chaos Theory in Psychology. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.

1993a. Reconciling Physics and the Order-producing Universe: Evolutionary Competence and the New Vision of the Second Law. World Futures, 36, pp. 167-179.

1993b. What is Chaos?: or Can Science Really Change Its Perspective? The General Psychologist, 29(3), 87-93.

1993c. Chaos Research and Applications. In Grand Challenges 1993: High Performance Computing and Communications: A Report by the Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences (pp. 141-142). Washington, DC: Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering and Technology, Office of Science and Technology Policy.

1993d. A Symposium on “The Embodied Mind”. World Futures, 37, pp. 219-225.

1993e. Gaia and Evolution: Review of the Implication of the Gaia Thesis. Systems Practice, 152, pp. 572-575.

1992a. The Evolving Ecological Universe: A Study in the Science and Human Implications of a New World Hypothesis. Doctoral dissertation for the Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, CA. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, Inc.

1992b. Chaos as Tip of an Iceberg: The Big Picture of Physics' Revolution in Understanding the Order-Producing Universe. In M. Michael’s (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Chaos Networked Conference (pp. 29-41).Urban, IL: People's Technology Press.

1991. The Physics of Evolution as a Basis for Understanding Spirituality and Evolutionary Competence. In S. Holmberg & K. Samuelson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the System Sciences (Vol. 3, pp. 76-82). Ostersund, Sweden: International Society of Systems Sciences.

1990a. Reconciling World Hypotheses: The Evolving Ecology Metamodel as a Bridge Between Current World Visions. In L. Troncale (Ed.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the System Sciences (Vol. 2, pp. 617-630). Portland, OR: International Society of Systems Sciences.

1990b. Chaos and the Evolving Ecological World Hypothesis: Implications for Just Systems. In L. Troncale (Ed.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the System Sciences (Vol. 2, pp. 433-446). Portland, OR: International Society of Systems Sciences.

1989. Jungian Thought and Dynamical Systems. Psychological Perspectives, 20(1), pp. 143-156.

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