Part of the World is the most extensive biographical account of Heinz von Foerster, widely regarded as a founder of “constructivism” although an important theme of this story is how he came to reject that label. The book reflects the significance of von Foerster’s over-ninety-year-long life against the background of world and scientific history. In a fascinating dialogue with Monika Broecker, who asks smart and empathic questions, von Foerster relates his life story and his most important thoughts. Many photographs are reproduced, some of them published here for the first time.
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