PARIS Décembre 2016

Programme en cours

Appel à communications

Publications Edgar Morin en anglais

Morin, E. (1970). The red and the white. New York: Pantheon Books.

Morin, E. (1981). Self and autos. In M. Zeleny (Ed.), Autopoiesis: A theory of Living

organiza8on. New York: Elsevier North Holland.

Morin, E. (1971). Rumor in Orleans. New York: Blond.

Morin, E. (1982). Can we conceive of a science of autonomy? Human Systems Management,

3(3), 201-206.

Morin, E. (1983a). Beyond determinism: The dialogue of order and disorder. SubStance, 40,


Morin, E. (1983b). Social paradigms of scienTfic knowledge. SubStance, 12, 2(39), 3-20.

Morin, E. (1984). The fourth vision: on the place of the observer. In P. Livingston (Ed.),

Disorder and order: Proceedings of the Stanford Interna8onal Symposium, September 14-16,

1981 (pp. 98-108). Palo Alto, CA: Anma Libri.
Morin, E. (1995). Our common home. The UNESCO Courier. November 1995: 11. pg 8

Morin, E. (1987). What could be a mind able to conceive a brain able to produce a mind? In J.E. Charon (Ed.), The real and the imaginary. New York: Paragon Press.
Morin, Edgar. (1991). The AnT-totalitarian revoluTon. Thesis Eleven, 30(1), 1-16.
Morin, E. (1992a). Method: Towards a study of humankind. The nature of nature. New York: Peter Lang.

Morin, E. (1992b). From the concept of system to the paradigm of complexity. Journal of Social and Evolu8onary Systems, 15(4), 371-385.
Morin, E. (1993). For a crisiology. Industrial and Environmental Crisis Quarterly, 7, 5-22. Morin, E., & Kern, B. (1999). Homeland Earth: A manifesto for the new millennium. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Morin, E. (1999). OrganizaTon and complexity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,

879(1), 115-121. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb10410.x
Morin, E. (1999). The agents of double globalizaTon. World Futures: Journal of General EvoluTon, 53(2),

Morin, E. (2001). Seven complex lessons in educa8on for the future. Paris: UNESCO.
Morin, E. (2005). The stars. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Morin, E. (2005). The cinema, or the imaginary man. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Morin, E. (2005). Re: From prefix to paradigm. World Futures: The Journal of General Evolu8on, 61, 254-267.
Morin, E. (2006). Realism and utopia. Diogenes, 53(1), 135-144.
Morin, E. (2007). On complexity. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Morin, E. (2007). Restricted complexity, general complexity. In C. Gershenson, D. Aerts, & B. Edmonds (Eds.), Worldviews, science, and us: Philosophy and complexity. New York: World ScienTfic Publishing Company.
Morin, Edgar. (2008). California Journal: East Sussex, United Kingdom: Sussex Academic Press.
Morin, E. (2008). The reform of thought, transdisciplinarity, and the reform of the university. In B. Nicolescu (Ed.), Transdisciplinarity: Theory and prac8ce (pp. 23-32). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Morin, E. (2009). Vidal and his family: From Salonica to Paris: the story of a Sephardic family in the twen8eth century. East Sussex, United Kingdom: Sussex Academic Press.
Hessel, S., & Morin, E. (2012). The path to hope. New York: Other Press.