Bibliography

Posted by on 04.08.2010 in creativity, education, media, science

Here’s the completely unrequested bibliography for Truth, Will & Relevance (minus a few cosmetic references):

  • Adams, Henry. The Education of Henry Adams, 1918.
  • Ariely, Dan; Norton, Michael; “Conceptual Consumption.” Annual Review of Psychology, 60. 2009.
  • Argyris, Chris; Schön, Donald. Theory in Practice. 1974.
  • Arnold, Matthew. Culture and Anarchy. 1869.
  • Barzun, Jacques. Of Human Freedom. 1939.
  • Barzun, Jacques. Clio and the Doctors. 1974.
  • Barzun, Jacques. A Stroll With William James. 1983.
  • Barzun, Jacques. From Dawn to Decadence. 2000.
  • Bergson, Henri. Creative Evolution. 1907. Mitchell, tr. 1911.
  • Bergson, Henri. The Creative Mind. Andison, tr. 1946.
  • Berners-Lee, Tim. Weaving the Web. 1999.
  • Boyd, Brian. On the Origin of Stories. 2009.
  • Brockman, John, ed. Creativity. 1993.
  • Brown, Tim. Change By Design. 2009.
  • Christakis, Nicholas; Fowler, James. Connected, 2009.
  • Christensen, Clayton. The Innovator’s Dilemma. 1997.
  • Collingwood, R. G. The Idea of History. 1946.
  • Cowen, Tyler. Create Your Own Economy. 2009.
  • Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. The Evolving Self. 2003.
  • Dash, Anil. “Nobody Has a Million Twitter Followers.” dashes.com. Jan 5, 2010.
  • Dawkins, Richard. The Selfish Gene. 1976.
  • Deci, Edward; Ryan, Richard. Intrinsic Motivation and Self-Determination in Human Behavior. 1985.
  • Dennett, Daniel. Darwin’s Dangerous Idea. 1991.
  • Dennett, Daniel. Freedom Evolves. 2003.
  • Dewey, John. “What I Believe.” 1930.
  • Dewey, John. Democracy and Education. 1916.
  • Dewey, John. Experience and Nature. 1929.
  • Dray, Philip. Stealing God’s Thunder. 2005.
  • Dweck, Carol. Mindset, 2006.
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo. “Plato.” Representative Men. 1850.
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo. “History.” Essays: The First Series. 1841.
  • Florida, Richard. The Great Reset, 2010.
  • Freeman, Eric; Gelerntner, David. “The Lifestreams Software Architecture.” 1997.
  • Galison, Peter. Einstein’s Clocks, Poincare’s Maps, 2003
  • Gelerntner, David. Mirror Worlds. 1992.
  • Gruber, Howard. “An Evolving Systems Approach to Creative Work.” Gruber & Wallace, eds., Creative People at Work, 1992.
  • Hagel, John; Seely Brown, John; Davison, Lang. “Abandon Stocks, Embrace Flows.” blogs.hbr.org/bigshift. Jan 27, 2009.
  • Haidt, Jonathan. “The Emotional Dog and its Rational Tail.” Psychological Review. 2001.
  • Haidt, Jonathan. The Happiness Hypothesis. 2006.
  • Hanson, Robin. “Wanting to Want.” overcomingbias.com. Oct 28, 2008
  • Haque, Umair. “The Builders’ Manifesto.” blogs.hbr.org/haque. Dec 18, 2009
  • Heath, Chip; Larrick, Richard; Wu, George. “Goals as Reference Points.” Cognitive Psychology, 38. 1999.
  • Hodgson, Shadworth. Time and Space. 1865.
  • Hobbes, Thomas. Leviathan. 1651
  • James, William. Pragmatism. 1907
  • James, William. Essays in Radical Empiricism. 1912.
  • James, William. Principles of Psychology. 1890.
  • Jarvis, Jeff. What Would Google Do? 2009.
  • Jarvis, Jeff . “Product v. process journalism: The myth of perfection v. beta culture.” buzzmachine.com. June 7, 2009.
  • Kahneman, Daniel; Slovic, Paul; Tversky, Amos. Judgement Under Uncertainty. 1982.
  • Kaufman, Stuart. At Home in the Universe. 1995.
  • Kelly, Kevin. “1000 True Fans.” kk.org/thetechnium. March 4, 2008.
  • Kuhn, Thomas. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. 1962.
  • Lakoff, George; Johnson, Mark. Metaphors We Live By. 1980.
  • Lapham, Lewis. “The Gulf of Time.” Lapham’s Quarterly. 2008.
  • Lasch, Christopher. The Culture of Narcissism. 1979.
  • Lessig, Lawrence. The Future of Ideas. 2001.
  • McAdams, Dan. “Personal Narratives and the Life Story.” Robins & Pervin eds. Handbook of Personality: Theory and Research. 2008.
  • McAdams, Dan. “The Redemptive Self: Generativity and the Stories Americans Live By.” Research in Human Development. 2006.
  • McLuhan, Marshall. Understanding Media. 1964.
  • Nakamura, Jeanne; Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. “The Construction of Meaning Through Vital Engagement.” Haidt ed. Flourishing. 2003.
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich. Beyond Good and Evil. 1886. Kaufmann, tr. Basic Writings of Nietsche. 2000.
  • Noveck, Simone Beth. Wiki Government. 2009.
  • O’Reilly, Tim. “Government as a Platform.” Lathrop & Ruma eds. Open Government. 2010.
  • Ortega y Gasset, José. History as a System. 1941.
  • Ortega y Gasset, José. Man in Crisis. 1962.
  • Ortega y Gasset, José. What is Philosophy? 1964.
  • Ortega y Gasset, José. The Origin of Philosophy. 1967.
  • Ortega y Gasset, José. Historical Reason. Silver, tr. 1984.
  • Page, Larry; Brin, Sergey. “The PageRank Citation Ranking: Bringing Order to the Web.” [link] 1998.
  • Pais, Abraham. Niels Bohr’s Times. 1991.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “The Fixation of Belief.” 1877. Collected Papers V. 1934.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “How to Make Our Ideas Clear.” 1878. Collected Papers, V. 1934.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “Man’s Glassy Essence.” 1892. Collected Papers, VI. 1934.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “Evolutionary Love.” 1893. Collected Papers, VI. 1934.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “The First Rule of Logic.” 1898. Collected Papers, V. 1934.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. “Pragmatism.” 1905. Collected Papers, V. 1934.
  • Peterson, Chris; Maier, Steve; Seligman, Martin. Learned Helplessness. 1993.
  • Pfeffer, Jeffrey; Sutton, Robert. Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense. 2006.
  • Pinker, Steven. The Stuff of Thought. 2007.
  • Pinker, Steven. The Blank Slate. 2002.
  • Polanyi, Michael. Personal Knowledge. 1958.
  • Polanyi, Michael. The Tacit Dimension. 1966.
  • Popper, Karl. The Open Society and Its Enemies. 1962.
  • Prigogine, Ilya. The End of Certainty. 1997.
  • Raney, Colin; Jacoby, Ryan. “Decisions by Design,” Rotman Magazine. 2010.
  • Raymond, Eric. The Cathedral and the Bazaar. [link] 2000.
  • Richards, Robert J. Darwin and the Emergence of Evolutionary Theories of Mind and Behavior. 1989.
  • Rorty, Richard. Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. 1979.
  • Rorty, Richard. Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. 1989.
  • Runco, Mark. “Creativity as an Extracognitive Phenomenon.” Shavinina & Ferrari eds. Beyond Knowledge. 2004.
  • Schelling, Thomas. “The Mind as a Consuming Organ.” Choice and Consequence. 1984.
  • Schlesinger, Arthur. Crisis of the Old Order. 1957.
  • Schumpeter, Joseph. Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy. 1942.
  • Schwartz, Barry. Paradox of Choice. 2004.
  • Sennett, Richard. Culture of the New Capitalism. 2006.
  • Sennett, Richard. The Craftsman. 2008.
  • Shafer, Jack. “What’s Really Killing Newspapers?” slate.com. Aug 1, 2008.
  • Shermer, Michael. “Darwin Misunderstood,” Scientific American. Feb, 2009.
  • Shiller, Robert. “A Crisis of Understanding.” project-syndicate.org. 2010.
  • Shiller, Robert; Akerlof, George. Animal Spirits. 2009.
  • Shirky, Clay. “Gin, Television, and Cognitive Surplus.” edge.org. 2008.
  • Shirky, Clay. Here Comes Everybody. 2008.
  • Simonton, Dean Keith. Origins of Genius. 1999.
  • Sternberg, Robert; Lubart, Todd. Defying the Crowd. 1995.
  • Sunstein, Cass; Thaler, Richard. Nudge. 2008.
  • Swann, William; et al. “The Allure of Negative Feedback: Self-Verification Strivings Among Depressed Persons.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 101. 1992.
  • Taleb, Nassim. The Black Swan. 2007.
  • Taylor, Charles. Malaise of Modernity. 1991.
  • Taylor, Charles. Sources of the Self. 1989.
  • Twenge, Jean. Generation Me. 2006.
  • Warsh, David. “That Newspapers are the Central Banks of Social Currency.” economicprincipals.com. 2008.
  • White, Robert. “Motivation reconsidered: The concept of competence.” Psychological Review, 66. 1959.
  • Whitehead, Alfred North. Science in the Modern World. 1925.
  • Whitehead, Alfred North. Process and Reality. 1928.
  • Whitehead, Alfred North. Adventures of Ideas. 1933.
  • Whitehead, Alfred North. Essays in Science and Philosophy. 1947.
  • Wordsworth, William. “The Tables Turned; An Evening Scene, on the Same Subject.” 1798.
  • Zittrain, Jonathan. The Future of the Internet–And How to Stop It. 2008.

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