Books

ScienceBites – A fresh take on commonly used terms in science
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2019) Wageningen Academic Publishers, 142 pp.

Evolution and transitions in complexity. The science of hierarchical organization in nature.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2016). Spinger, 295 pp.

The pursuit of complexity. The utility of biodiversity from an evolutionary perspective.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2012). KNNV Publisher, 120 pp. (In Dutch: De Soortenstorm. Het nut van biodiversiteit in evolutionair perspectief. Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2012). KNNV Publisher, 120 pp.)

The Operator Hierarchy. A chain of closures linking matter, life and artificial intelligence.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2010). Alterra Scientific Publications.

Contributions to books

Why on theoretical grounds it is likely that ‘life’ exists throughout the universe.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2017). In: R. Gordon & A. Sharov (Eds.): Habitability of the universe before earth.

A new systems tool for predicting the future in an age of contingency.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2017). In: A. Narro, A. Folloni, A. Pitasi (Eds.): Inventing the future in an age of contingency.

Contributions of the Operator Hierarchy to the field of biologically driven mathematics and computation.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2012). In: P.L. Simeonov, L.S. Smith, A.C. Ehresmann (Eds.): Integral Biomathics: Tracing the Road to Reality

Towards a Hierarchical Definition of Life, the Organism, and Death.
Jagers op Akkerhuis G.A.J.M. (2008). In: C. Vidal (Ed.): Evolution and development of the universe.