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Martin R. J. (2015) Second-Order cybernetics, Radical Constructivism, and the Biology of Cognition: Paradigms Struggling to Bring About Change. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 22(2–3): 169–182. Fulltext at
This column is a journey that considers both the failure of second-order cybernetics (SOC), radical constructivism (RC), and the biology of cognition (BoC) to achieve wide acceptance, particularly in science, and the opportunities for SOC, RC, and BoC in the social sciences and other disciplines. Relevance: This column is cited in New Horizons for Second-Order Cybernetics (2018) World Scientific in connection with the Kline-Martin Hypothesis – an examination of whether second-order cybernetics has succeeded or failed.

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