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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. Introducing Anticipation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Roberto Poli
      Pages 3-16
    3. A. H. Louie, Roberto Poli
      Pages 17-35
    4. Ilkka Tuomi
      Pages 37-71
    5. Ted Fuller
      Pages 93-108
  3. Understanding Anticipation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 119-119
    2. Jan Faye
      Pages 121-136
    3. John Supko
      Pages 137-162
    4. A. H. Louie
      Pages 191-218
    5. Jan-Hendrik S. Hofmeyr
      Pages 219-233
    6. Ruud van den Bos
      Pages 235-247
    7. Slawomir J. Nasuto, Yoshikatsu Hayashi
      Pages 249-284
    8. Liliana Albertazzi
      Pages 285-302
    9. Dhanraj Vishwanath
      Pages 303-322
    10. Mark H. Bickhard
      Pages 323-338
    11. J. Scott Jordan
      Pages 339-355
    12. Anthony Hodgson
      Pages 357-374
    13. Jane I. Guyer
      Pages 375-391
    14. Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, Carl Mika, Cash Ahenakew, Hemi Hireme
      Pages 393-406
    15. Gonzalo Iparraguirre
      Pages 407-424
    16. Joseph Voros
      Pages 425-464
    17. Lars Geer Hammershøj
      Pages 465-484
    18. Paolo Jedlowski
      Pages 485-499
    19. Giuliana Mandich
      Pages 523-540
    20. Markus Paukku, Liisa Välikangas
      Pages 541-554
    21. Tom Erik Arnkil
      Pages 581-593
    22. Neville Morley
      Pages 595-613
    23. Marie-Hélène Caillol
      Pages 615-638
    24. Adrian Pop
      Pages 665-693
    25. Giovanni Emanuele Corazza
      Pages 761-772
    26. Flaviano Celaschi, Elena Formia, Roberto Iñiguez Flores, Ruth León Morán
      Pages 773-793
    27. Manuela Celi, Andrew Morrison
      Pages 795-819
    28. Chiara Colombi, Danila Zindato
      Pages 821-842
    29. Iacopo Hachen, Liliana Albertazzi
      Pages 875-898
    30. Genevieve Liveley
      Pages 899-917
    31. Andrew Cyprian Love
      Pages 919-935
    32. Andrée Ehresmann
      Pages 965-994
    33. Andrzej M. J. Skulimowski
      Pages 995-1030

About this book

Introduction

This Handbook presents the state of the art overview of current research on anticipation studies. It develops anticipation from both the theoretical and applied points of view.  Via this comprehensive overview of the research on anticipation, this Handbook makes clear that anticipation is a serious topic of research that can and should be connected to Futures Studies research, perspectives and orientation. The Handbook uses the anticipatory viewpoint as a unifying framework able both to stop the progressive fragmentation of the human and social sciences and begin a process aimed at progressively closer integration, mutual knowledge and dialogue among the human and social sciences. It sets the agenda for the field, helps futures studies to come of age, and contributes to changing the orientation of the human and social sciences from their dominant past-orientation to a new future-orientation. 

The Handbook presents research from a variety of fields such as: Biology, ecology, psychology, social sciences, humanities, engineering, and computer science. The editorial board consists of scholars from various sciences, such as futurists, sociologists, economists, statisticians, computer scientists, designers and game builders.


Keywords

Future Studies Anticipation Modeling Anticiaption Impredicative Systems Anticipation Anticipation Ontology Physics Anticipation Biology Anticipation Psychology Anticipation Anthropology Anticipation Sociology Anticipation Economics Anticipation Political Science Anticipation Philosophy Anticipation Physics Future Studies Biology Future Studies Psychology Future Studies Anthropology Future Studies Sociology Future Studies Economics Future Studies Political Science Future Studies Philosophy Future Studies

Editors and affiliations

  • Roberto Poli
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Sociology and Social ResearchUniversity of TrentoTrentoItaly

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