Author J. Soto-Andrade
Jorge Soto-Andrade received his Doctorate in Mathematical Sciences at the University of Paris-Sud. He is Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematics Department of the Faculty of Science and Principal Researcher at the Institute of Advanced Study in Education of the University of Chile. His research interests include mathematics proper, systems biology and cognitive science (he collaborated for a long time with Francisco Varela) and didactics of mathematics (enaction and metaphorization in the learning of mathematics).

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Cárdenas M. L. C., Letelier J.-C., Gutierrez C., Cornish-Bowden A. & Soto-Andrade J. (2010) Closure to efficient causation, computability and artificial life. Journal of Theoretical Biology 263(1): 79–92. Fulltext at
Díaz-Rojas D. & Soto-Andrade J. (2017) Enactive metaphors in mathematical problem solving. In: Doole T. & Gueudet G. (eds.) Proceedings of CERME10. Dublin, Ireland: 3904–3911. Fulltext at
Letelier J.-C., Soto-Andrade J., Guíñez Abarzúa F., Cornish-Bowden A. & Luz Cárdenas M. (2006) Organizational invariance and metabolic closure: analysis in terms of (M, R) systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology 238(4): 949–961. Fulltext at
Soto-Andrade J. (2018) Enactive metaphorising in the learning of mathematics. In: Kaiser G., Forgasz H., Graven M., Kuzniak A., Simm E. & Xu B. (eds.) Invited lectures from the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education. Springer, Cham: 619–638. Fulltext at
Soto-Andrade J. & Varela F. J. (1984) Self-reference and fixed points. Acta Applicandae Mathematicae 2(1): 1–19.
Soto-Andrade J. & Varela F. J. (1990) On mental rotations and cortical activity patterns: A linear representation is still wanted. Biological Cybernetics 64: 221–223.
Soto-Andrade J. & Yáñez-Aburto A. (2019) Problematizing as an Avatar of Mathematical Activity: Replications and Prospects. Constructivist Foundations 15(1): 71–73. Fulltext at
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