BIBLIOGRAPHY
Synthesizing a Universal Logic from the Interdisciplinary Spectrum
The entire ORIGIN RESEARCH project can be described as a design for
"systematic confluence", involving the attempt to synthesize a highly inclusive
and integrative theoretical perspective by bringing traditionally independent
lines of thinking and academic disciplines into close relationship with one
another. The objective in this crossing of traditional categorical boundaries
has been to achieve an interdisciplinary crossfertilization, which endeavors
to find in these diverse disciplines common underlying factors, and which
attempts to assemble from these factors an integrating and unifying theory
defining universal insights, capable of proving useful at the common interface
of all intellectual and scientific activities.
The books collected in this bibliography represent a modest attempt at
defining the initial boundaries of a kind of scientific spectrum, which, though
it is incomplete and must be substantially expanded in a very great number of
ways, does provide an initial philosophic and scientific framework for the kind
of sophisticated intellectual network which a project of this type must embody.
The listings in this bibliography thus define a broadly diverse array of
interrelated subjects, each of which contributes some particular perspective or
class of insights pertinent to the general questions with which mathematical
epistemology is concerned, and which has been chosen because it seemed to
adequately represent some particular domain or class of discussion which was
felt to be critical. The project of commenting in detail on exactly how each
of these works contributes to this project is a substantial undertaking, but
each of these topics merits such a discussion.
 Abian, Alexander (1965)
 The Theory of Sets and Transfinite Arithmetic, W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia
 Agresti, Alan (1984)
 Analysis of Ordinal Categorical Data, John Wiley & Sons,
New York
 Allman, William F. (1989)
 Apprentices of Wonder, Inside the Neural Network
Revolution, Bantam Books, New York
 Anderberg, Michael R. (1973)
 Cluster Analysis for Applications, Academic Press,
New York
 Anderson, John (1983)
 The Architecture of Cognition, Harvard University Press,
Cambridge, Mass.
 _____ (1980)
 Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications, W.H. Freeman, San
Francisco
 _____ (1985)
 Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications (Second Edition), W. H.
Freeman, San Francisco
 Aho, Alfred V., and Ullman, Jeffrey D. (1977)
 Principles of Compiler Design,
AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Allen, James (1987)
 Natural Language Understanding, Benjamin/Cummings, Menlo
Park
 Asbhy, W. Ross (1952)
 Design for a Brain, John Wiley, New York
 Banchoff, Thomas F. (1990)
 Beyond the Third Dimension, Geometry, Computer
Graphics, and Higher Dimensions, W. H. Freeman, Scientific American
Library, New York
 Bancilhon, Francois, and Peter Buneman (1990)
 Advances in Database Programming
Languages, ACM Press, AddisonWesley, New York
 Barnsley, Michael (1988)
 Fractals Everywhere, Academic Press, New York
 Barnsley, Devaney, Mandelbrot, Peitgen, Saupe, Voss, Fisher, McGuire (1988)
 The
Science of Fractal Images, SpringerVerlag, New York
 Barrett, Edward (1989)
 The Society of Text, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Bateson, Gregory (1988)
 Mind and Nature, A Necessary Unity, Bantam Books, New
York
 Bateson, Gregory, and Mary Catherine Bateson (1988)
 Angels Fear, Towards an
Epistemology of the Sacred, Bantam Books, New York
 Bell, Eric Temple (1987)
 Mathematics: Queen & Servant of Science, Tempus Books,
MicroSoft Press, Redmond, Washington
 _____ (1965)
 Men of Mathematics, The Lives and Achievements of the Great
Mathematicians from Zeno and Poincare, Simon and Schuster, New York
 Bertalanffy, Ludwig von (1968)
 General Systems Theory, George Braziller, New
York
 Bielawski, Larry, and Robert Lewand (1991)
 Intelligent Systems Design,
Integrating Expert Systems, Hypermedia, and Database Technologies, John
Wiley & Sons, New York
 Booch, Grady (1991)
 Object Oriented Design with Applications,
Benjamin/Cummings, Redwood City, CA
 Bohm David, and F. David Peat (1987)
 Science, Order, and Creativity, Bantam
Books, New York
 Brand, Stewart (1987)
 The Media Lab, Inventing the Future at MIT, Viking
Penguin, Inc. New York
 Briggs, John, and F. David Peat (1990)
 Turbulent Mirror, an Illustrated Guide
to Chaos Theory and the Science of Wholeness, Perennial Library, Harper &
Row, New York
 Brodie, Michael L., John Mylopoulos and Joachim W. Schmidt, eds. (1984)
 On
Conceptual Modelling, Perspectives from Artificial Intelligence,
Databases, and Programming Languages, SpringerVerlag, New York
 Calvin, William H. (1990)
 The Cerebral Symphony, Seashore Reflections on the
Structure of Consciousness, Bantam Books, New York
 Chestnut, Harold (1966)
 System Engineering Tools, John Wiley and Sons, New York
 Churchland, Paul (1992)
 Matter and Consciousness, Bradford Books, MIT Press,
Cambridge, Mass
 Clarke, Andy (1990)
 Microcognition, Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Parallel
Distributed Processing, MIT Press, Bradford Books, Cambridge
 Clifford, H. T., and W. Stephenson (1975)
 An Introduction to Numerical
Classification, Academic Press, New York
 Cofer, C. N., and Appley, M. H. (1964)
 Motivation: Theory and Research, John
Wiley, New York
 Collins, Allan, and Edward E. Smith (1988)
 Readings in Cognitive Science, A
Perspective from Psychology and Artificial Intelligence, Morton Kaufmann,
San Mateo, CA
 Dantzig, Tobias (1954)
 Number, The Language of Science, Free Press, Macmillan,
New York
 Davis, Paul (1988)
 The Cosmic Blueprint, New Discoveries in Nature's Creative
Ability to Order the Universe, Simon and Schuster, New York
 _____ (1983)
 God and the New Physics, Touchstone Books, Simon & Schuster, New
York
 Davis, Philip J., and Hersh, Reuben (1981)
 The Mathematical Experience,
Birkhauser, Boston
 Dertouzos, Michael et al
 "Communications, Computers and Networks", special
edition of Scientific American Magazine, September, 1991
 Everitt, Brian (1974)
 Cluster Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, New York
 Freeman, Walter
 "The Physiology of Perception", Scientific American Magazine,
February, 1991
 Firesmith, Donald G. (1993)
 ObjectOriented Requirements Analysis and Logical
Design, John Wiley & Sons, New York
 Gardner, Howard (1986)
 The Mind's New Science, A History of the Cognitive
Revolution, Basic Books, New York
 Gardner, Martin (1968)
 Logic Machines, Diagrams and Boolean Algebra, Dover
Publications, New York
 Gengle, Dean (1984)
 The Netweaver's Sourcebook, A Guide to Micro Networking and
Communications, AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Gleick, James (1987)
 Chaos, Making a New Science, Viking Penguin, Inc., New
York
 Grabbe, Eugene M., Simon Ramo and Dean Wooldridge (1958)
 Handbook of
Automation, Computation, and Control, Vol. 1, Control Fundamentals, John
Wiley and Sons, New York
 Hamming, Richard W. (1980)
 Coding and Information Theory, PrenticeHall, Inc.,
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 HampdenTurner, Charles (1981)
 Maps of the Mind, Charts and Concepts of the
Mind and its Labyrinths, Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Co., New York
 Harman, Willis, and Howard Rheingold (1984)
 Higher Creativity, Liberating the
Unconscious for Breakthrough Insights, Institute of Noetic Science, Jeremy
Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles
 Harrel, David (1987)
 Algorithmics, AddisonWesley, Menlo Park, CA.
 Hartigan, John A. (1974)
 Clustering Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons, New York
 Haugeland, John, ed. (1987)
 Mind Design, Bradford Books, MIT Press, Cambridge,
Mass.
 Hillis, W. Daniel (1989)
 The Connection Machine, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Hiltz, Starr Roxanne, and Murray Turoff (1978)
 The Network Nation, Human
Communication via Computer, AddisonWesley Publishing Co., Advanced Book
Program, Reading, Mass.
 Hofstadter, Douglas R. (1980)
 Goedel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid,
Random House, New York
 _____ (1985)
 Metamagical Themas: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern,
Basic Books, New York
 Hope, Keith (1968)
 Methods of Multivariate Analysis, University of London
Press, Ltd., London
 Howson, Colin, and Peter Urbach (1989)
 Scientific Reasoning: The Bayesian
Approach, Open Court, La Salle, Illinois
 Huntington, Edward V. (1921)
 The Continuum and Other Types of Serial Order,
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Ipsen, D. C. (1960)
 Units, Dimensions, and Dimensionless Numbers, McGrawHill,
New York
 Jambu, M., and M. O. Lebeaux (1983)
 Cluster Analysis and Data Analysis, North
Holland Publishing, Amsterdam & New York
 Johnson, George (1986)
 Machinery of the Mind, Inside the New Science of
Artificial Intelligence, Time Books, Random House, New York
 JohnsonLaird, Phillip (1988)
 The Computer and the Mind, An Introduction to
Cognitive Science, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Jolley, J. L. (1968)
 Data Study, McGrawHill, New York
 Kay, Alan, et al (1984)
 "Computer Software", Scientific American Magazine
(special issue on software), Vol. 251, No. 3, September, 1984
 Khanna, Tarun (1990)
 Foundations of Neural Networks, Addison Wesley, Reading,
Mass.
 Khoshafian, Setrag, and Razmik Abnous (1990)
 Object Orientation: Concepts,
Languages, Databases, User Interfaces, John Wiley & Sons, New York
 Kline, Morris (1982)
 Mathematics, The Loss of Certainty, Oxford University
Press, New York
 Kitcher, Philip (1984)
 The Nature of Mathematical Knowledge, Oxford University
Press, New York
 Kowalik, Janusz S. (1988)
 Parallel Computation and Computers for Artificial
Intelligence, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston
 Krol, Ed (1992)
 The Whole Internet Catalog & User's Guide, O'Reilly &
Associates, Sebastopol, CA
 Kuhn, Thomas S. (1970)
 The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Second Edition,
International Encyclopedia of Unified Science, University of Chicago
Press, Chicago
 Laurel, Brenda (1990)
 The Art of HumanComputer Interface Design,
AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Leler, Wm. (1988)
 Constraint Programming Languages, Their Specification and
Generation, AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Leshan, Lawrence, and Margenau, Henry (1982)
 Einstein's Space & Van Gogh's Sky,
Physical Reality and Beyond, Collier Books Macmillan Publishing Co., New
York
 Levine, Howard, and Rheingold, Howard (1987)
 The Cognitive Connection, Thought
and Language in Man and Machine, Prentice Hall Press, New York
 Liskov, Barbara, and John Guttag (1986)
 Abstraction and Specification in
Program Development, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Lorin, Harold, and Harvey Deitel (1981)
 Operating Systems, AddisonWesley,
Reading, Mass.
 Lucas, Peter, and Linda van der Gaag (1991)
 Principles of Expert Systems,
AddisonWesley, Workingham, England
 Mandelbrot, Benoit B. (1983)
 The Fractal Geometry of Nature, W.H. Freeman and
Co., New York
 Martin, James (1981)
 An EndUser's Guide to Data Base, Prentice Hall,
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1977)
 Computer DataBase Organization, 2nd Ed., PrenticeHall, Englewood
Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1981)
 Computer Networks and Distributed Processing, Software,
Techniques, and Architecture, PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1981)
 Design and Strategy for Distributed Data Processing,
PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1977)
 Future Developments in Telecommunications, Second Edition,
PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1990)
 Information Engineering, vols. 1,2,3, PrenticeHall, Englewood
Cliffs, NJ
 _____ (1981)
 Telematic Society, A Challenge for Tomorrow, PrenticeHall,
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 Marx, Melvin H., and William A. Hillix (1979)
 Systems and Theories in
Psychology, Third Edition, McGrawHill, New York
 McNeill, Daneil, and Paul Freiburger (1993)
 Fuzzy Logic, Simon & Schuster, New
York
 Meadow, Charles T. (1973)
 The Analysis of Information Systems, John Wiley, New
York
 Meyer, Bertrand (1988)
 ObjectOriented Software Construction, PrenticeHall,
New York
 Minsky, Marvin (1986)
 The Society of Mind, Simon and Schuster, New York
 Mozer, Michael C. (1991)
 The Perception of Multiple Objects: A Connectionist
Approach, MIT Press, Bradford Books, Cambridge, Mass.
 Nicholls, John E. (1975)
 The Structure and Design of Programming Languages,
AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Pagan, Frank G. (1981)
 Formal Specification of Programming Languages, a
Panoramic Primer, PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
 Pagels, Heinz (1988)
 The Dreams of Reason, The Computer and the Rise of the
Sciences of Complexity, Simon and Schuster, New York
 Parsaye, Kamran, Mark Chignell, Setrag Khoshafian, and Harry Wong (1989)

Intelligent Databases, ObjectOriented Hypermedia Technologies, John Wiley
& Sons, New York
 Peat, F. David (1987)
 Synchronicity, The Bridge Between Matter and Mind, Bantam
Books, New York
 Peitgen, H. O., and Richter, P. H. (1986)
 The Beauty of Fractals, Images of
Complex Dynamical Systems, SpringerVerlag, Berlin
 Peled, Abraham, et al (1987)
 "The Next Computer Revolution", Scientific
American Magazine (special issue on parallel computing), Vol. 257, No. 4,
October, 1987
 Posner, Michael (1989)
 Foundations of Cognitive Science, MIT Press, Bradford
Books, Cambridge, Mass
 Penrose, Roger (1989)
 The Emperor's New Mind, Penguin Books, New York
 Penzias, Arno (1989)
 Ideas and Information, Managing in a HighTech World, W.
W. Norton & Co., New York
 Quarterman, John S. (1990)
 The Matrix: Computer Networks and Conferencing
Systems Worldwide, Digital Press
 Rand, Ayn (1990)
 Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology, Second Edition,
Meridian, Penguin Books, New York
 Rapaport, Matthew (1991)
 Computer Mediated Communications, John Wiley & Sons,
New York
 Restle, Frank (1959)
 "A Metric and an Ordering on Sets", Psychometrika, Vol. 24,
No. 3, September, 1959
 Rheingold, Howard (1991)
 Virtual Reality, Summit Books, Simon & Schuster, New
York
 Rosch, Eleanor (1988)
 "Principles of Categorization", in Readings in Cognitive
Science, edited by Collins and Smith, Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA
 Rucker, Rudy (1977)
 Geometry, Relativity and the Fourth Dimension, Dover
Publications, New York
 _____ (1983)
 Infinity and the Mind, The Science and Philosophy of the Infinite,
Bantam Books, Toronto
 _____ (1987)
 Mind Tools, The Five Levels of Mathematical Reality, Houghton
Mifflin, Boston
 _____ (1984)
 The Fourth Dimension, A Guided Tour of the Higher Universes,
Houghton Mifflin, Boston
 Rumelhart, David E., James McClelland, and the PDP Research Group (1987)

Parallel Distributed Processing, Explorations in the Microstructure of
Cognition, Vols. 12, Bradford Books, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 Schiffman, Susan S., M. Lance Reynolds, and Forest W. Young (1977)
 Introduction
to Multidimensional Scaling; Theory, Methods and Applications, Academic
Press, New York
 Schrage, Michael (1990)
 Shared Minds, The New Technologies of Collaboration,
Random House, New York
 Sharples, Mike, David Hogg, Chris Hutchison, Steve Torrance, and David Young
(1989)
 Computers and Thought, A Practical Introduction to Artificial
Intelligence, MIT Press, Bradford Books, Cambridge, Mass.
 Simon, Herbert (1982)
 The Sciences of the Artificial, Cambridge, MIT Press
 Singh, Jagjit (1959)
 Great Ideas of Modern Mathematics, Their Nature and Use,
Dover Publications, New York
 Smith, Edward E., and Douglas L. Medin (1981)
 Categories and Concepts, Harvard
University Press, Cambridge, Mass
 Sokal, Robert R., and Peter H. A. Sneath (1963)
 Principles of Numerical
Taxonomy, W. H. Freeman and Co., San Francisco
 Sowa, John F. (1984)
 Conceptual Structures: Information Processing in Mind and
Machine, AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 Steen, Lynn Arthur (1980)
 Mathematics Today, Random House, New York
 Tank, David W., and John Hopfield
 "Collective Computation in Neuronlike
Circuits", Scientific American Magazine, December, 1987, pp104114
 Taylor, David (1992)
 ObjectOriented Information Systems, Planning and
Implementation, John Wiley & Sons, New York
 Tversky, Amos (1988)
 "Features of Similarity", in Readings in Cognitive
Science, edited by Collins and Smith, Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA
 Wegner, Peter (1968)
 Programming Languages, Information Structures, and Machine
Organization, McGrawHill, New York
 Wexelblat, Richard (1981)
 History of Programming Languages, Academic Press, New
York
 Wilder, Raymond (1980)
 Introduction to the Foundations of Mathematics, Second
Edition, Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co., Huntington, NY
 Winograd, Terry, and Fernando Flores (1986)
 Understanding Computers and
Cognition: A New Foundation for Design, Ablex Publishing, Norwood, NJ
 Winston, Patrick (1979)
 Artificial Intelligence, AddisonWesley, Reading, Mass.
 _____ (1984)
 Artificial Intelligence (Second Edition), Addison Wesley,
Reading, Mass.
 Wolfram, Stephen (1988)
 Mathematica, A System for Doing Mathematics by
Computer, Advanced Book Program, AddisonWesley Publishing, Redwood City,
CA
 Zimmerman, H. J. (1987)
 Fuzzy Sets, Decision Making, and Expert Systems, Kluwer
Academic Publishers, Boston
