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Kenny V. & Boxer P. (1992) Lacan and Maturana. Constructivist origins for a third-order cybernetics. Communication and Cognition 25(1): 73–100. Fulltext at
We examine some difficulties in the use made of second-order cybernetics, and the absence within radical constructivism of a theory of the subject. We introduce Lacan’s approach to the subject particularly in the structure of discourse. We consider the implications this conception has both in the need for a third-order cybernetics, and for a formulation of an ethics based on calling into question the subject’s relation to this third order as it manifests itself in transference.

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