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September 16, 2005
Essay in Honor of Dr. Aron Katsenelinboigen
Vera Zubarev writes about Aron Katsenelinboigen - whom she
describes as friend, father, and teacher - and discusses their conversation
"which never stops."
Dr. Aron Katsenelinboigen was professor emeritus of operations and information management.
Born in the Ukraine,
he emigrated to the U.S.
in 1973. He was professor of social systems and decision sciences in the Wharton
School and later professor of
operations and information management. His main area of interest in the
last thirty years was General Systems Theory and its application to various
fields, including economics, biology, ethics, aesthetics, and theology. Aron is the author of twenty books
and numerous articles.
Dr. Vera Zubarev is a bilingual Russian-English poet, writer, and scholar who
teaches in the Department of Slavic Languages at the Universityof Pennsylvania. Further information
can be obtained from her website:http://www.ulita.net/ulea/
To read the essay, please click on the following link: My Journey by Vera Zubarev
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