To know is to be able to do.

Most Recently Posted Articles

Honouring the 80th Birthday of Professor Mihai Nadin

Comitetul Român de Istoria şi Filosofia Stiinţei şi Tehnicii Romanian Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology


Posted in Anticipation, Miscellaneous

Anticipation 2017

Keynote Address: Why Anticipation?8th to 10th November 2017 the 2nd International Conference on Anticipation Senate House, School of Advanced Study, London

Posted in Anticipation

Anticipation and Semiotics: One Cannot Not Interact

Lecture for the Tartu Summer School of Semiotics
Lecture Slides (PDF)

Posted in Semiotics

Semiotic Engineering – An Opportunity or an Opportunity Missed?

S.D.J. Barbosa, K. Breitman (eds.), Conversations Around Semiotic Engineering, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-56291-9_6
PDF

Posted in Anticipation, Human-Computer Interaction, Semiotics

Reporting on Anticipatory Systems: A Subject Surviving Opportunism and Intolerance.

Autobiographical retrospective in recognition of major contributions to the systems movement. International Journal of General Systems, June 23, 2017 (online), 46:2, pp 93-122.
PDF

Posted in Anticipation, Mind, Semiotics

Rethinking the experiment: necessary (R)evolution

AI & SOCIETY Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication 1435-5655 (Online) Online PDF

Posted in Anticipation, Post-Industrial/Post Literate Society

Predictive and Anticipatory Computing

Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Second Edition DOI: 10.1081/E-ECST2-120054027 Copyright © 2017 by Taylor & Francis.
PDF

Posted in Anticipation, Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing & Digital Media

Anticipation and the Brain

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017 M. Nadin (ed.), Anticipation and Medicine, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-45142-8_9
PDF

Posted in Anticipation

copyright © 2o18 by Mihai Nadin | Powered by Wordpress

Locations of visitors to this page