[P2P-F] Fwd: Spanda Journal | Systemic Change

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Tue Jul 7 08:33:09 CEST 2015

thanks for making a special effort to spread this special issue

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Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 2:40 AM
Subject: Spanda Journal | Systemic Change
To: Michel Bauwens <michel at p2pfoundation.net>

Dear Reader,

The *Spanda Journal *special issue on "*Systemic Change", * VI, 1, June
2015, is now available at Spanda website

The issue contains the following articles:

*::  **Guest Editorial*  |  *Helene Finidori*, *Systemic Change  *|  Pages

*::  Rasigan Mahrajh*, *The Metabolic Rift. Anachronistic Institutions and
the Anthropocene  *|  Pages 1-10.

*::  **Christiaan Weiler*, *The Return of the Real Space. Co-Authoring
Space Planning for Community Resilience*  |  Pages 11-20

*::  **Michel Bauwens*, *P2P Prevolution and Commons Phase Transitions,
Notes on the Nature of the Revolution in the P2P/Commons Epoch*  |
Pages 21-24

*::  **Robert C. Smith*, *Crisis, Social Transformation and the Frankfurt
School. Toward a Critical Social System*  |  Pages 25-33

*::  **Antony Judge*, *Requisite Meta-Reflection on Engagement in Systemic
Change? Fiat, Fatwa and the World-Making in a Period of Existential
Radicalisation*  |  Pages 35-42

*::  **Douglas Schuler*, *How we May Think - The Next Chapter. Civic
Intelligence and Collective Metacognition*  |  Pages 43-52

*::  **Jack Harich*, *Solving Difficult Large-Scale Social System Problems
with Root Cause Analysis*  |  Pages 53-66

*::  **Joe Brewer*, *Tools for Culture Design: Toward a Science of Social
Change?*  |  Pages 67-73

*::  **Bernard Stiegler*, *System and Technics*  |  Pages 75-82

*::  Simone Cicero*, *On the Role of Platform Based Peer Production and the
Commons in the Dynamics of Innovation*  |  Pages 83-90

*::  **Brett Scott*, *Open Source Finance Hacking: The Potentials and
Problems*  |  Pages 91-100

*::  **Jenny Quillien*, *Parsing Systemic Change: and Three Begot the Ten
Thousand Things*  |  Pages 101-109

*::  **Ashwani Vasishth*, *Recenceptualizing Systemic Change Using an
Ecosystem Approach from Process-Function Ecology*  |  Pages 111-118

*::  **William E. Smith*, *Making the Invisible Visible. The Dynamic
Interplay between Purpose, Power and Leadership Organizing Complexity*  |
Pages 119-128

*::  **Carol Sanford*, *Language as Clue: The Effect of Paradigms on
Creating Systemic Change in Business*  |  Pages 129-135

*::  **Denis Postle*, *Systemic Change: The Role of 'Creative Style'*  |
Pages 137-145

*::  **Mimi Stokes-Katzenbach*, *Ensembles of Dramatic Systemic Change from
Planetary Tragedy to Global Thriving in Three Stages*  |  Pages 147-154

*::  **Michelle Holliday ~ Michael Jones*, *Living System Theory and the
Practice of Stewardship Change*  |  Pages 155-162

*:: Alexander Laszlo*, *Living Systems, Seeing Systems, Being Systems:
Learning to be the System that we Wish to See in the World*  |
Pages 163-173

*::  **Laurence J. Victor*, *The Story: Uplifting Humankind to Create
Humanity via Societal Metamorphosis*  |  Pages 175-183

*::  **Tom Atlee*, *Conversation in the Conscious Evolution of Social
Systems*  |  Pages 185-193

*::  **Lilian Ricaud*, *Permaculture Patterning*  |  Pages 195-203

*::  **The PLAST Collective*, *The PLAST Project: Pattern Language for
Systemic Transformation* |  Pages 205-218

*Abstracts :: Summaries*  |  Pages 219-227.

ISBN 978-88-7778-145-1   |   ISSN 2210-2175   |  240 (XII + 228) p.

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