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World Futures Special Issue

Table of Contents

Commons, M. L., & Ross, S. N. (2008). Editors' introduction to the special issue on postformal thought and hierarchical complexity. World Futures, 64, 297-304.

Commons, M. L. (2008). Introduction to the model of hierarchical complexity and its relationship to postformal action . World Futures, 64, 305-320.

Commons, M. L., & Ross, S. N. (2008). What postformal thought is, and why it matters. World Futures, 64, 321-329.

Mascalo, M. F. (2008). The concept of domain in developmental analyses of hierarchical complexity. World Futures, 64, 330-347.

Commons, M. L. (2008). Selectionism and stage change: The dynamics of evolution, I. World Futures, 64, 348-360.

Ross, S. N. (2008). Fractal transition steps to fractal stages: The dynamics of evolution, II. World Futures, 64, 361-374.

Commons, M. L. (2008). Presenting the formal theory of hierarchical complexity. World Futures, 64, 375-382.

Commons, M. L., & Ross, S. N. (2008). Toward a cross-species measure of general intelligence. World Futures, 64, 383-398.

Commons, M. L., & Ross, S. N. (2008). The hierarchical complexity view of evolution and history. World Futures, 64, 399-405.

Commons, M. L., Goodheart, E. A. (2008). Cultural progress is the result of developmental level of support. World Futures, 64, 406-415.

Wolfsont, C., & Ross, S. N. (2008). Domain-specific increases in stage of performance in a complete theory of the evolution of human intelligence. World Futures, 64, 416-429.

Commons, M. L. (2008). Implications of hierarchical complexity for social stratification, economics, and education. World Futures, 64, 430-435.

Commons-Miller, L. A. H., Commons, M. L., & Commons, G. D. (2008). Genetic engineering and the speciation of superions from humans. World Futures, 64, 436-443.

Commons, M. L. (2008). Stacked neural networks must emulate evolution's hierarchical complexity. World Futures, 64, 444-451.

Day, J. M. (2008). Human development and the model of hierarchical complexity: Learning from research in the psychology of moral and religious development. World Futures, 64, 452-467.

Robinett, T. L. (2008). A comparison of moral reasoning stages using a model of hierarchical complexity. World Futures, 64, 305-320.

Ross, S. N., & Commons, M. L. (2008). Applying hierarchical complexity to political development. World Futures, 64, 480-497.

Inglis, J. (2008). Evolving to address global climate change and the scale of public interactions. World Futures, 64, 498-502.

Commons, M. L., Bresette, L. M., & Ross, S. N. (2008). The connection between postformal thought and major scientific innovations. World Futures, 64, 503-512.

Koplowitz, H. (2008). In praise of top-down decision making in managerial hierarchies. World Futures, 64, 513-523.

Ross, S. N. (2008). Postformal resistance to concepts of "higher" development. World Futures, 64, 524-529.

Ross, S. N. (2008). Postformal (mis)communications. World Futures, 64, 530-535.

Glock-Grueniech, N. (2008). Leveraging higher education's role in social evolution: A paradigmatic strategy. World Futures, 64, 536-553.

Ross, S. N. (2008). Future society functioning at the paradigmatic stage?. World Futures, 64, 554-562.