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Rigor and Inter-Disciplinary Communication
Thomas Marlowe, Nagib Callaos (Editors)
(Pages: 1-59)

This article is a collection of contributions of several authors, who participated in an initial step oriented to a collaborative work on “Rigor and Inter-disciplinary communication”. This initial step is in a publication project that will be supported by participative co-learning, co-researching and peer-to-peer reviewing.

Publishing on this trans-disciplinary topic will, in turn, be an initial project in a program oriented to the following purposes:

  1. To address two seemingly unrelated issues: Meta-Education (including continous self-education) and Peer-reviewing.
  2. To suggest a methodology based on systemic/cybernetic relationships between Co-researching and Co-Learning ; which may increase the effectiveness of both Meta-Education and Peer-reviewing by cybernetically relating them with co-regulative negative feedback and feedforward, as well as with co-additive or co-amplificatory positive feedback.
  3. To generate an internally integrated publications. The latter would support knowledge integration processes for both: authors and readers of the respective publication.