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INTERACTION, Volume I

Date of original publication: 15th April, 1997

Proceedings of the First International Symposium, Oxford, December 1995

Topic: Structure: Principles and Applications in the Sciences and Music

Professor Mitchell Feigenbaum (Theoretical Physics, Rockefeller University)
Unfolding Processes, Emergent Phenomena and Numbers' Structural Legacy
Sir Roger Penrose (Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford)
Mathematics: Pattern, Precision and Profundity
Dr. Rosalyn Tureck (Music, University of Oxford)
Cells, Functions and Relationships in Musical Structure and Performance

Out of print. To be published electronically as an eBook in March 2012



INTERACTION, Volume II

Date of original publication: September, 1999

Proceedings of the Second International Symposium, Oxford, April 1997

Topic: STRUCTURE

Sir David Smith (Botany, University of Oxford)
Time as a Dimension in Biological Systems and Structures
Professor Brian Trowell (Music, University of Oxford)
Proportion and Structure in Late Medieval Music

Topic: THE NOTION OF AUTHENTICITY

Dr. Stephanie Dalley (Assyriology, University of Oxford)
Authorship, Variation and Canonicity in Gilgamesh and Other Ancient Texts
Sir David Smith (Botany, University of Oxford)
The Authenticity of the Independence of Individuals in Biology
Dr. Rosalyn Tureck (Music, University of Oxford)
Musical Authenticity: Is it a Legitimate Offspring of Janus?

Out of print. To be published electronically as an eBook in March 2012


INTERACTION, Volume III

To be published electronically as PDF, November 2007

Proceedings of the Third International Symposium, Oxford, May 1998

Topic: Structure

Dr. Rosalyn Tureck (Music, University of Oxford)
J.S. Bach and Number - Symmetries and Other Relationships
Dr Robert Sherlaw-Johnson (Music, University of Oxford)
Structure in the Music of Messaien
Professor Stephen Jay Gould (Geology, Harvard University)
Structural Laws as Constraints and Opportunities in Science and Art
Professor Henk Barendregt (Mathematics, Nijmegen University)
Structure, Intuition and Mathematics
Professor Reinhard Strohm (Music, Oxford University)
Arithmetic structures in Ockeghem's Missa "De plus en plus"

Topic: The Concept of Concept

Professor Stephen Jay Gould (Geology, Harvard University)
Percepts without Concepts are Blind
Dr Jeremy Ramsden (Biophysics, Basel University
Paracelsus, Concept and Realisation

Out of print. To be published electronically as an eBook in March 2012