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Francisco Varela Research – Intimate Distances

Francisco Varela Research – Intimate Distances The feeling of existence, in itself, can be characterized as having a double valence too. This …

Francisco Varela Research – Autopoiesis

Francisco Varela Research – Autopoiesis The aim of the paper is to review critically the notion of autopoiesis as presented by Maturana …

Francisco Varela Research – Some differences between Maturana and Varela’s theory of cognition

Francisco Varela Research – Some differences between Maturana and Varela’s theory of cognition The theory of cognition of Varela and Maturana differs …

Francisco Varela Research – Emergence and Embodiment

Francisco Varela Research Emergence and Embodiment Emerging in the 1940s, the first cybernetics—the study of communication and control systems—was mainstreamed under the …

Francisco Varela Research – From autopoiesis to neurophenomenology

 Francisco Varela Research From autopoiesis to neurophenomenology This paper reviews in detail Francisco Varela’s work on subjectivity and consciousness in the biological …

Francisco Varela Research – Beyond Autopoiesis

Francisco Varela Research Beyond Autopoiesis “Francisco Varela’s work is a monumental achievement in 20th century biological and biophilosophical thought. After his early …

Le organizzazioni come incubatori di conoscenza relazionale

Le Organizzazioni come Incubatori di Conoscenza Relazionale pubblicato in: Persone & Conoscenze n. 59/2010  Dario Simoncini, Marinella De Simone Prevedibilità, efficienza, routine, …

Un possibile dibattito per l’etica

UN POSSIBILE DIBATTITO PER L’ETICA NELLE ORGANIZZAZIONI SOCIALI Dario Simoncini, Marinella De Simone in: Etica- Economia – Società. Sistemi sociali ed economici in …

Francisco Varela Research – The ‘Magic Eight Model’

Francisco Varela Research The ‘Magic Eight Model’ In our work, we will focus our attention on what we define as ‘personal learning’ …

Redundancy – Bounded or generative order?

Redundancy: bounded or generative order? Co-evolutionary change manager skills and organizational well-being The dominance of a reductionist approach in studies of managerial …

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