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Varela F. J. (1996) The early days of autopoiesis: Heinz and Chile. Systems Research 13(3): 407–417. Fulltext at
The origin of the notion of autopoiesis is presented from the point of view of the basic intellectual background which gives its specificity, and from the role of the major actors involved in its articulation and its setting in Chile in the late 1960s. Heinz’s role in this connection is exemplar, as he was an active, visionary and supportive participant in this evolving conversation.

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