Key word "memory"

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Rocha L. M. (1995) Artificial semantically closed objects. Special Issue on Self-Reference in Biological and Cognitive Systems Communication and Cognition – Artificial Intelligence 12(1–2): 63–90. Fulltext at
Rocha L. M. (2000) Syntactic autonomy: Why there is no autonomy without symbols and how self-organizing systems might evolve them. In: Chandler J. & Van de Vijver G. (eds.) Closure: Emergent organizations and their dynamics. New York Academy of Sciences, New York: 207–223.
Rusch G. (1997) Konstruktivismus und die Traditionen der Historik. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften 8(1): 45–75. Fulltext at
Schmidt S. J. (1997) Geschichte beobachten. Geschichte und Geschichtswissenschaft aus konstruktivistischer Sicht. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften 8(1): 19–44. Fulltext at
Schmidt S. J. (2008) Memory and remembrance: A constructivist approach. In: Erll A. & Nünning A. (eds.) Cultural memory studies: An international and interdisciplinary handbook. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin: 191–201.
Schmidt S. J. (2015) Vorläufig endgültig vorläufig: Philosophieren nach Ernst von Glasersfeld. In: Hug T., Schorner M. & Mitterer J. (eds.) Ernst-von-Glasersfeld-Lectures 2015. Innsbruck University Press, Innsbruck: 15–33. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2008) Working with Gordon: Developing and applying conversation theory (1967–1978). In: Luppicini R. (ed.) Handbook of conversation design for instruction. Idea Group, New York: 19–34. Fulltext at
Shanti Ganesh, van Schie H. T., de Lange F. P., Thompson E. & Wigboldus D. H. J. (2012) How the Human Brain Goes Virtual: Distinct Cortical Regions of the Person-Processing Network are Involved in Self-Identification with Virtual Agents. Cerebral Cortex 22: 1577–1585. Fulltext at
Sharov A. A. (2011) Functional information: Towards synthesis of biosemiotics and cybernetics. Entropy 12: 1050–1070. Fulltext at
Singer W. (1999) The observer in the brain. In: Riegler A., Peschl M. & Stein A. (eds.) Understanding representation in the cognitive sciences. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York/Dordrecht: 253–259. Fulltext at
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