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Mingers J. (1995) Autopoietic organizations and social systems. Chapter 8 in: Self-producing systems: Implications and applications of autopoiesis. Plenum Press, New York: 119–152. Fulltext at
Noe E. & Alrøe H. F. (2006) Combining Luhmann and Actor-Network Theory to See Farm Enterprises as Self-organizing Systems. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 13(1): 34–48. Fulltext at
Parboteeah P., Jackson T. W. & Ragsdell G. (2009) Autopoiesis as the foundation for knowledge management. In: Magalhães R. & Sanchez R. (eds.) Autopoiesis in organization theory and practice. Emerald, Bingley UK: 243–261.
Rohde M. & Stewart J. (2008) Ascriptional and “genuine” autonomy. Biosystems 91: 424–433. Fulltext at
Rudrauf D., Lutz A., Cosmelli D., Lachaux J. P. & Le Van Quyen M. (2003) From autopoiesis to neurophenomenology: Francisco varela’s exploration of the biophysics of being. Biological Research 36: 27–65. Fulltext at
Stewart J. & Andreewsky E. (1992) From information to autonomy: Analogies between biology and the language sciences. Kybernetes 21(5): 15–32. Fulltext at
Stewart J. & Varela F. J. (1994) Cognition without neurons: Adaptation, learning and memory in the immune system. In: Benabou E. (ed.) Intelligence Collective. Hermes, Paris. Fulltext at
Stichweh R. (1990) Self-organization and autopoiesis in the development of modern science. In: Krohn W., Küppers G. & Nowotny H. (eds.) Selforganization. Portrait of a scientific revolution. Kluwer, Dordrecht: 195–207. Fulltext at
Urrestarazu H. (2012) Autopoietic Systems: A Generalized Explanatory Approach – Part 3: The Scale of Description Problem. Constructivist Foundations 7(3): 180-195. Fulltext at
Weber A. (2002) Feeling the signs: Organic experience, intrinsic teleology and the origins of meaning in the biological philosophy of Hans Jonas and Susanne K. Langer. Sign Systems Studies 30(1): 183–200. Fulltext at
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