Key word "self-referential systems"

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Baxter H. (2013) Niklas Luhmann’s theory of autopoietic legal systems. Annual Review of Law and Social Science 9: 167–184. Fulltext at
Clarke B. (2012) Autopoiesis and the planet. In: Sussman H. (ed.) Impasses of the post-global theory in the era of climate change. Volume 2. Open Humanities Press, Ann Arbor: 58–75. Fulltext at
Clarke B. & Hansen M. (2009) Emergence and embodiment: New essays in second-order systems theory. Duke University Press, Durham.
Egner H. (2012) Who Observes? An Appropriate Theory of Observation is in Demand. Constructivist Foundations 8(1): 12–13. Fulltext at
Gonzalez M. & Pessoa O. (2008) Emergence of Autonomy in Contemporary Artificial Agents: Any Novelty? Cybernetics & Human Knowing 15(3–4): 42–49. Fulltext at
Luhmann N. (1985) Society, meaning, religion – based on self-reference. Sociological Analysis 46(1): 5–20. Fulltext at
Märtsin M. (2007) Self and other in communication and cognition: The role of auto-communication and intersubjectivity in autopoiesis of psychic systems. [The sense of the individual: Questions to Peter Fuchs: Autopoiesis, microdiversity, interaction] Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 42(2): 208–211.
Mingers J. (1999) Information, meaning and communication: An autopoietic approach to linking the social and individual. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 6(4): 25–41. Fulltext at
Varela F. J. (1975) A calculus for self-reference. International Journal of General Systems 2: 5–24. Fulltext at
Vidal J. P. (2017) Niklas Luhmann neosystemic theory and the notion of communicative autopoiesis in organizational studies. Cadernos EBAPE. [Theory of Law in the 21st Century: From semiotics to autopoiesis] BR 15(2): 274–291. Fulltext at
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