This page lists the authors from whose works I’ve learned or drawn inspiration. Though each one has different ideas, or even similar ideas; each has broken me out of my habitual human thinking and provided great mental exercise to break those bonds and stretch my imagination further.
This page gives credit where credit is due, and the books are listed below:
- Jeanneret, Patrick Le Néant Créateur France: In Libro Veritas, 2008
- Spencer-Brown, George Laws of Form, Germany: Bohmeier Verlag, 2008
- Kauffman, Louis “Virtual Logic“, Systems Research, volume 13, N° 3, pages 293-310, John Wiley & Sons, 1996
- Bohm, David Wholeness and Implicate Order U.S.A.: Routledge, reissue 2002
- Giorbran, Gevin Everything Forever U.S.A.:Enchanted Puzzle Publishing, 2007
- Hofstadter, D. Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid U.S.A.: Basic Books, 1999
- Hofstadter, D. I Am a Strange Loop U.S.A.: Basic Books, 2008
- Stuart, Ian & Cohen, Jack Figments of Reality U.K.: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1999
- Capra, Fritjof The Tao of Physics U.S.A.: Random House Books, 1975
- Wolfram, Stephen A New Kind of Science U.S.A.: Wolfram Media Inc., 2002
It is important that this list is by no means complete, nor is my reading of the above – I’m a “hunt-and-peck” reader, picking up one, reading a bit, then reading a bit from another one and so on. I cannot claim to have fully read any one of the above, but can say I’m still reading them!