Key word "cartesian"

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Alksnis N. & Reynolds J. (2021) Revaluing the behaviorist ghost in enactivism and embodied cognition. Synthese 198(5785–5807). Fulltext at
Anderson M., Deely J., Krampen M., Ransdell J., Sebeok T. A. & von Uexküll T. (1984) A semiotic perspective on the sciences: Steps toward a new paradigm. Semiotica 52(1/2): 7–47.
Baecker D. (2007) The Network Synthesis of Social Action I: Towards a Sociological Theory of Next Society. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 14(4): 9–42. Fulltext at
Balsemão Pires E. (2013) The epistemological meaning of Luhmann's critique of classical ontology. Systema: Connecting Matter, Life, Culture and Technology 1(1): 5–20. Fulltext at
Begg A. (1999) Enactivism and mathematics education. In: Truran J. M. & Truran K. M. (eds.) Making the difference: Proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of The Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA-22). MERGA, Adelaide: 68–75. Fulltext at
Brier S. (1997) What is a possible ontological and epistemological framework for a true universal “information science”? The suggestion of a cybersemiotics. World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research 49(3–4): 287–308.
Brier S. (1998) Cybersemiotics: A transdisciplinary framework for information studies. BioSystems 46: 185–191.
Brier S. (1999) Biosemiotics and the foundation of cybersemiotics: Reconceptualizing the insights of ethology, second-order cybernetics and Peirce’s semiotics in biosemiotics to create a non-Cartesian Information Science. Semiotica 127(1/4): 169–198.
Brier S. (2008) The paradigm of Peircean biosemiotics. Signs-International Journal of Semiotics 2: 30–81. Fulltext at
Brier S. & Joslyn C. (2013) What does it take to produce interpretation? informational, peircean, and code-semiotic views on biosemiotics. Biosemiotics 6(1): 143–159. Fulltext at
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