Author M. Mossio
Matteo Mossio is a research fellow (tenured) at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, and full member of the Institut d’Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques (IHPST) in Paris, France. His research interests mainly focus on the principles of biological organization and autonomy, and their relations with cognitive capacities.

Publications Found: 15 · Show All Abstracts

Bich L. & Mossio M. (2011) On the role of constraints in the emergence of biological organization. Logic and Philosophy of Science 9(1): 381–388.
Bich L., Mossio M., Ruiz-Mirazo K. & Moreno A. (2016) Biological regulation: Controlling the system from within. Biology and Philosophy 31(2): 237–265. Fulltext at
Montévil M. & Mossio M. (2015) Biological organisation as closure of constraints. Journal of Theoretical Biology 372: 179–191. Fulltext at
Mossio M. (2016) How Far Can Sensorimotor Direct Realism Go?. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 287–289. Fulltext at
Mossio M. & Bich L. (2014) La circularité biologique: Concepts et modèles. In: Varenne F., Silberstein M., Dutreuil S. & Huneman P. (eds.) Modéliser et simuler: Epistémologies et pratiques de la modélisation et de la simulation. Volume 2. Editions Matériologiques, Paris: 137–170. Fulltext at
Mossio M. & Bich L. (2017) What makes biological organisation teleological?. Synthese 194(4): 1089–1114. Fulltext at
Mossio M. & Moreno A. (2010) Organisational closure in biological organisms. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 32(2/3): 269–288. Fulltext at
Mossio M. & Moreno A. (2010) Organizational closure in biological organisms. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 32(2): 269–288.
Mossio M. & Taraborelli D. (2008) Action-dependent perceptual invariants: From ecological to sensorimotor approaches. Consciousness and Cognition 17(4): 1324–1340. Fulltext at
Mossio M., Bich L. & Moreno A. (2013) Emergence, closure and inter-level causation in biological systems. Erkenntnis 78(2): 153–178. Fulltext at
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