Volume 11 Issue 1 (2017)
Chaos and Complexity Letters

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Editors-in-Chief: Franco F. Orsucci and Nicoletta Sala
ISSN: 1556-3995
Journal Frequency: 3 issues per year
Print Format: 7″ x 10″, Single column, Softcover

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Intentional Neurodynamics in Transition: The Dynamical Legacy of Walter Jackson Freeman

Guest Editor: Frederick David Abraham

Dedication and Introduction
Frederick David Abraham

Walter J. Freeman: Poetic Thinking and Scientific Discovery
Christine A. Skarda

Remembering Walter 60 Years after Our First Encounter
Joaquin M. Fuster

How Brains Create the World: The Dynamical Legacy of Walter J Freeman in Olfactory System Physiology
Leslie M. Kay

4711 – Is Grandma a Strange Attractor?
Hans Liljenström

The Legacy of a Renaissance Man: From Mass Action in the Nervous System and Cinematic Theory of Cognitive Dynamics to Operational Architectonics of Brain-Mind Functioning
Andrew A. Fingelkurts, Alexander A. Fingelkurts, and Carlos F.H. Neves

Freeman’s Intentional Neurodynamics
Robert Kozma and Raymond Noack

The Wave Packet in Multi-Area Cortical Modeling: History, Theory and Empirical Evidence
Michael Mannino and Steven L. Bressler

Sentient Dynamics: The Kiss of Chaos through the Markov Blanket
Karl Friston

Toward a Complementary Neuroscience: Metastable Coordination Dynamics of the Brain
J. A. Scott Kelso and Emmanuelle Tognoli

The Brain is Like an Orchestra. Better Yet, It Is Like a Jazz Combo, Which Doesn’t Need a Conductor
Giuseppe Vitiello

Chaos Math, Brain Science, and Mind Philosophy
Ralph Herman Abraham

Semiotic Dynamics: Conversations and Reflections at Trinity College
Walter J. Freeman and Franco F. Orsucci

Lessons from DADA & CHAOS: Unknowing as a Creative Heuristic
Diane Rosen