Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Stars
by Piet Hut, 1998, Science & Sprit, 9, No. 1, pp. 26-28.
Turning 'The Hard Problem' Upside Down & Sideways
by Piet Hut and Roger Shepard, 1996, J. of Consc. Stud. 3, 313-329; reprinted in Explaining Consciousness , ed. J. Shear (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), pp. 305-322.
Elements of Reality
by Piet Hut and Bas van Fraassen, 1997, J. of Consc. Stud. 4, 167-180.
My experience, Your Experience, and the World we Experience: Turning 'The Hard Problem' Upside Down
by Roger Shepard and Piet Hut, 1998, in Toward a Science of Consciousness II, eds. S.R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, A.C. Scott (Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press), pp. 143-148.
Papers (co-)authored by Kira members, on topics related to the areas of interest of the Kira Institute:
Avatars Are For Real: Virtual Communities and Public Spheres
By Eiko Ikegami, Piet Hut
Life as a Laboratory
by Piet Hut, 2003, in Buddhism and Science: Breaking New Ground, ed. A. Wallace (Columbia Univ. Pr.), pp. 399-415.
Ambiguity at the Roots of Precision
by Piet Hut, 2003, in Aimai no Chi (The Wisdom of Ambiguity), the proceedings of a conference in Kyoto, Japan, March 1999, at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken), eds. H. Kawai and I. Nakazawa (Iwanami publ. comp.), pp. 51-63.
The Role of Husserl's Epoche for Science: A View from a Physicist
Hut, P. 2001, invited paper presented at the 31st Husserl Circle conference in Bloomington, IN, in February 2001.
Life as a Laboratory
Hut, P. 2001, to appear in an anthology of articles concerning Physics and Buddhism, ed. A. Wallace (Columbia Univ. Pr.).
As in a Dream
Hut, P. 2000, position paper, which was the basis for the closing talk at the Future Visions conference in New York City, in September 2000, as part of the meeting of the State of the World Forum in tandem with the United Nations Millennium Summit.
There Are No Things
Hut, P. 2000, invited contribution to The World Question Center, on the edge web site
The Construction of Autonomous Tools
Hut, P. 2000, in The Greatest Inventions of The Past Two Thousand Years, ed. J. Brockman (Simon & Schuster), pp. xxx.
Complexity and Functionality: A Search for the Where, the When, and the How
by Piet Hut, Brian Goodwin, and Stuart Kauffman, 2000, in Unifying Themes in Complex Systems, Proceedings of the International Conference on Complex Systems, ed.: Y. Bar-Yam (Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books), pp. 259-268.
The Role of the Subject in Science
Hut, P., 1999, in the proceedings of the State of the World Forum, 1998.
Theory and Experiment in Philosophy
Hut, P., 1999, J. of Consc. Stud. 6, No. 2-3, pp. 241-244.
Molding the Self and the Common Sources of Science and Religion
by Arthur G. Zajonc, June 18, 1999.
Exploring Actuality through Experiment and Experience
by Piet Hut, 1999, in Toward a Science of Consciousness III, eds. S.R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, and D.J. Chalmers (Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press), pp. 391-405.
Book Review of The Special Theory of Relativity, by David Bohm,
Hut, P., 1998, J. of Consc. Stud. 6, 120-122.
Varieties of Limits to Scientific Knowledge
by Piet Hut, David Ruelle, and Joseph Traub, 1998, Complexity,3, No. 6, pp. 33-38.
by Piet Hut, 1997, paper presented at the 5th Japanese-American Phenomenology Conference, Sept. 1996, Sendai, Japan.
Structuring reality: the role of limits
by Piet Hut, 1996, in Boundaries and Barriers, eds. J. Casti and A. Karlqvist (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley), pp. 148-187.
Interpretation in Science and in the Arts
by Bas van Fraassen & Jill Sigman, 1993, in Realism and Representation , ed. G. Levine (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Pr.), pp. 73-99.
The World of Empiricism
by Bas van Fraassen, 1994, in Physics and Our View of the World, ed. J. Hilgevoort (Cambridge Univ. Pr.), pp. 114-134.
The Quantum Challenge: Modern Research on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
by George Greenstein & Arthur Zajonc, 1997 [Jones and Bartlett]