Author S. Imoto
Seiichi Imoto has worked as a veterinarian (DVM, PhD) majoring in internal medicine and pathology since 1973. In 2000, he began to study philosophy, seeking for different ways of thinking. He was lucky enough to encounter Maturana’s work but it was very difficult to follow; there was in it indeed a way of thinking that was very different from his long-accustomed scientific way of thinking.

Publications Found: 7 · Show All Abstracts

Imoto S. (2004) The philosophical nature of Maturana’s theory of perception. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 11(2): 12–20. Fulltext at
Imoto S. (2004) What is the external world? A cognitive science perspective. Tetsugaku (Annals of the Philosophical Society of Hokkaido University) 40: 29–44. Fulltext at
Imoto S. (2005) Nothing as Plenum: Lao-tzu’s Way and Maturana’s Substratum. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 12(4): 107–114.
Imoto S. (2011) The Logic of Maturana’s Biology. Constructivist Foundations 6(3): 325–333. Fulltext at
Imoto S. (2015) Find the word! – But where?: Maturana’s ‘coordination’and Sartre’s ‘reflection’ around naming. Frontiers in Psychology 6: 1814. Fulltext at
Imoto S. (2020) What Is It to Live Counterfactuals?. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 094–096. Fulltext at
Imoto S. (2022) The love that was not recommended: Maturana’s biology of love. Cybernetics and Human Knowing 29(1–2): 55–61.
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