Select works inspired by Laws of Form
By authors presenting and present at LoF22
Laws of Form (Alphabetum III),
West Den Haag 2019
Dirk Baecker
Chair of Culture Theory and Management, Witten/Herdecke University
Akiem Helmling & Baruch Gottlieb
AH: Partner of the type-collective Underware and founder of the Alphabetum
BG: Member of the Telekommunisten, Arts & Economic Group
and laboratoire de déberlinisation artist collectives
R. John Williams
Associate Professor of English and Film and Media Studies at Yale University
Iconic Arithmetic Volume I: The Design of Mathematics for Human Understanding
William Bricken
Software programmer, math teacher, author

Iconic Arithmetic Volume II: Symbolic and Postsymbolic Formal Foundations
William Bricken
Software programmer, math teacher, author

Iconic Arithmetic Volume III: The Structure of Imaginary and Infinite Forms
William Bricken
Software programmer, math teacher, author

Story and Structure: A complete guide
Leon Conrad
Storyteller, Story Structure Consultant, Educationalist

Neocybernetics and Narrative (Posthumanities)
Bruce Clarke
Paul Whitfield Horn Distinguished Professor of Literature and Science

Diamond: A Paradox Logic
Nathaniel S. Hellerstein
City College of San Francisco, USA

Time, Light and the Dice of Creation: Through Paradox in Physics to a New Order
Philip Franses
Senior Lecturer in the MSc of Holistic Science, Schumacher College

Locating Publics: Forms of Social Order in an Electronic Music Scene
Florian Grote
Professor of Product Management, CODE University of Applied Sciences, Berlin

The Poverty of Strategy: Decision Making in the Shadows of Technology
Robin Holt and Mike Zundel
RH: Professor, Copenhagen Business School
MZ: Professor in Organization Studies, University of Liverpool

Enthusiastic Mathematics: Reviving Mystical Emanationism in Modern Science
Bernie Lewin
Academic Director, The Platonic Academy of Melbourne

George Spencer Brown's "Design with the NOR" With Related Essays
Steffen Roth, La Rochelle Business School, France
Markus Heidingsfelder, Xiamen University Malaysia, Malaysia
Lars Clausen, UCL University College, Denmark
Klaus Brønd Laursen, University of Aarhus, Denmark
includes essays by Mohammad Arif Sobhan Bhuiyan, Lars Clausen, Albrecht Fritzsche, Markus Heidingsfelder, Franz Hoegl, Klaus Brønd Laursen, Kelvin J. A. Ooi, Steffen Roth, Divyamaan Sahoo, and Peter Zeiner
Knots And Physics (Third Edition):
1 (Series on Knots & Everything)
Louis H. Kauffman
University of Illinois at Chicago

On Knots. (AM-115)
(Annals of Mathematics Studies)
Louis H. Kauffman
University of Illinois at Chicago

Map Reformulation
Louis H. Kauffman
University of Illinois at Chicago

The Performative Enterprise: Ideas and Case Studies
on Moving Beyond the Quality Paradigm
Alexander Tsigkas

The Further Shores of Knowing:
A Metaphysical Musical Fantasy
Michael Urheber and Jack Engstrom

"Laws of Form – A Fiftieth Anniversary", Series on Knots & Everything, Vol. 72,
World Scientific, 2022
Dirk Baecker, Cliff Barney, Vanilla Beer, William Bricken, George Burnett-Stuart, Art Collings, Leon Conrad, Fred Cummins, Randolph Dible, Graham Ellsbury, Jack Engstrom, James Flagg, Philip Franses, Florian Grote, Nathaniel Hellerstein, Akeem Helming, Louis H. Kauffman, Bernie Lewin, Phillipe Michelin, Diego Lucio Rapoport, Divyamaan Sahoo, Tom Short, Christina Weiss
"Laws of Form", Cybernetics & Human Knowing, Vol. 72, No 3–4, 2017

Lou Kauffman, Dirk Baecker, William Bricken, Arthur Collings, Graham Ellsbury, Jack Engstrom, Nathaniel Hellerstein, Martin Rathgeb, Christina Weiss

"Spencer-Brown at Esalen, 1973", Cybernetics & Human Knowing, Vol. 26, No 2–3, 2019

Lou Kauffman, Cliff Barney, Kurt von Meier, James M. Flagg, Zane Gillespie

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