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Book/s

Rayner, A. D. M., 2011. Within Reach: A collection of poems, imagery and essays exploring the depths of intangible inclusion. Unkown Publisher.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2009. The Limitless Pool. Inclusional Research.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2008. From Emptiness to Openness: How Inclusional Awareness Transforms Abstract Pride and Prejudice Into Natural Sense and Sensibility. Inclusional Research.

Rayner, A. M., 2008. Natural Communion: Poems and Paintings About Our Human Inclusion in the Evolutionary Flow of Place-time. Inclusion Research.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2006. Inclusional Nature: Bringing Life and Love to Science. Unkown Publisher.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2006. Natural Inclusion: How to Evolve Good Neighbourhood. Unkown Publisher.

Rayner, A. D. M., ed., 2004. Inclusionality: the Science, Art and Spirituality of Place, Space and Evolution. Llandeilo: Bridge Gallery Publishing.

Book Sections

Jarvilehto, T., Rayner, A. D. M. and Jarvilehto, L., 2011. Oganismus un Welt. In: Jantzen, W., Walthes, R. and Dederich, M., eds. Sinne, Körper und Bewegung. Enzyklopädisches Handbuch der Behindertenpädagogik. Vol. 9. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, pp. 102-112.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2011. Resolving the greatest war of human nature. In: McIntyre, J. and De Vries, D., eds. Identity, Democracy and Sustainability. Litchfield Park, Arizona: Emergent Publications, pp. 255-256.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2008. Natural Inclusion - from adversity with love. In: Hymer, B., Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M., eds. Gifts, Talents and Education: A Living Theory Approach. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 5-9.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2007. Inclusional perspectives – making space for creativity in science. In: Kiziewicz, M. and Biggs, I., eds. Cascade – Creativity Across Science, Art, Dyslexia, Education. University of Bath: Learning Support Service, pp. 71-78.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2006. Fluid relationships: the inclusional neighbourhood of oak trees and fungi. In: The oak – history, ecology, mamagement and planning. Stockholm: Naturvårdsverket, pp. 22-23.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2003. Inclusionality an immersive philosophy of environmental relationships. In: Winnett, A. and Warhurst, A., eds. Towards an Environment Research Agenda - a second collection of papers. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 5-20.

Rayner, A. D. M., 1999. Challenging environmental uncertainty: dynamic boundaries beyond the selfish gene. In: Warhurst, A., ed. Towards an Environment Research Agenda. Vol. 1. Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Articles

Rayner, A. D. M., 2007. Natural inclusion – how to evolve good neighbourhood. New Paradigm, 2 (1).

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. Letting go: a philosophical approach to addiction. Drink and Drugs News, 2005 (17 Oct), pp. 10-11.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. Letting go: a philosophical approach to addiction. Drink and Drugs News, 2005 (3 Oct), pp. 6-7.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. Cross-purposes – the trinity of the complex self. Transfigural Mathematics, 1, pp. 7-22.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. Seeking a healthy balance: the opportunity for 'inclusional' inquiry in nutraceuticals research and development. Nutraceutical Business and Technology, 1 (2), pp. 22-26.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2004. Feeling beyond the logic of conflict. Pagan Dawn, 150, pp. 12-14.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2004. Inclusionality and the role of place, space and dynamic boundaries in evolutionary processes. Philosophica, 73, pp. 51-70.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2002. Breathing space, inclusionality and the t’ai hsüan ching. Transfigural Mathematics, 8, pp. 9-16.

Guevara, R., Hutcheson, K. A., Mee, A. C., Rayner, A. D. M. and Reynolds, S. E., 2000. Resource partitioning of the host fungus Coriolus versicolor by two ciid beetles: the role of odour compounds and host ageing. Oikos, 91 (1), pp. 184-194.

Guevara, R., Rayner, A. D. M. and Reynolds, S. E., 2000. Orientation of specialist and generalist fungivorous ciid beetles to host and non-host odours. Physiological Entomology, 25 (3), pp. 288-295.

Guevara, R., Rayner, A. D. M. and Reynolds, S. E., 2000. Effects of fungivory by two specialist Ciid beetles (Octotemnus glabriculus and Cis boleti) on the reproductive fitness of their host fungus, Coriolus versicolor. New Phytologist, 145 (1), pp. 137-144.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2000. Design fault: a fictional exploration of the interface between the art and science of life. II. Transfigural Mathematics, 6 (1).

Rayner, A. D. M., 2000. Design fault: a fictional exploration of the interface between the art and science of life. III. Transfigural Mathematics, 6, pp. 63-77.

Kirby, J. J. H. and Rayner, A. D. M., 1989. The deterioration of thatched roofs. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 25 (1-3), pp. 153-158.

Conference or Workshop Items

Rayner, A. D. M. and Sheath, R., 2007. Barriers to Love. In: Unhooked Thinking: Love and Baggage, 2007-05-01, Guildhall, Bath, England.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. From problems with roots to the root of the problem: the emergence of an ‘inclusional’ view of trees and their ecological relationships with fungi. In: Life Within and Beneath the Tree, 2005-11-17 - 2005-11-18, Keele University, England.

Rayner, A. D. M., 2005. Trees as host space: how might it be that ‘the microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything’ (Pasteur’s dying words?). In: Life Within and Beneath the Tree, 2005-11-17 - 2005-11-18, Keele University, England.

Rayner, A. D. M. and Way, C. G., 2001. Evolutionary Waterways. In: Language in Water, 2001-04-01, Assembly Rooms, Bath, England.

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