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Brocklesby J. (2011) From building environmental representations to structural coupling: An autopoietic theory perspective on the theory and practice of strategic management. Systems Research and Behavioral Science. 28(6): 618–630. https://cepa.info/2531

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Cappuccio M. L. (2017) Mind-upload: The ultimate challenge to the embodied mind theory. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 16(3): 425–448. https://cepa.info/5725

Cariani P. (2015) Outline of a cybernetic theory of brain function based on neural timing nets. Kybernetes 44(8/9): 1219–1232. https://cepa.info/4141

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Clavel Vázquez M. J. (2020) Two challenges to the embodied version of the autopoietic theory. Adaptive Behavior 28(1): 41–42. https://cepa.info/6287

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Cowley S. & Madsen J. K. (2014) Time and Temporality: Linguistic Distribution in Human Life-games. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 21(1–2): 172–185. https://cepa.info/3580

Cowley S. & Nash L. (2013) Language, interactivity and solution probing: Repetition without repetition. Adaptive Behavior 21(3): 187–198. https://cepa.info/6108

Cowley S. (2007) How human infants deal with symbol grounding. Interaction Studies 8(1): 83–104. https://cepa.info/5649

Cowley S. (2014) The Integration Problem: Interlacing Language, Action and Perception. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 21(1–2): 53–65. https://cepa.info/3415

Cowley S. J. (2018) Life and language: Is meaning biosemiotic?. Language Sciences 67: 46–58. https://cepa.info/5863

Cummins F. (2014) Agency is distinct from autonomy. Avant 5(2): 98–112. https://cepa.info/5062

Cyzman M. (2013) Beyond Objectiveness: Non-dualism and Fiction. Constructivist Foundations 8(2): 173-182. https://cepa.info/859

Damiano L. & Luisi P. L. (2010) Towards an autopoietic redefinition of life. Origin of Life and Evolution of Biospheres 40(2): 145–149. https://cepa.info/2689

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De Jaegher H. & Di Paolo E. (2007) Participatory sensemaking. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 6(4): 485–507. https://cepa.info/5063

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Enslin M. (2013) Listening and Unentitled. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 20(1–2): 23–29. https://cepa.info/3378

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Feiten T. E. (2020) Mind after Uexküll: A foray into the worlds of ecological psychologists and enactivists. Frontiers in Psychology 11: 480. https://cepa.info/6628

Fiebich A. (2019) Second workshop on enactive approaches to mind in health and disease. Adaptive Behavior 27(3): 181–182. https://cepa.info/6111

Foerster H. von (1996) Wahrnehmen oder Falschnehmen. In: Doering W., Doering W., Dose G. & Stadelmann M. (eds.) Sinn und Sinne im DialogBorgmann, Dortmund: 115–130. https://cepa.info/2638

Foerster H. von (1997) L’arte dell apprendimento. Pluriverso 2(2): 79–86. https://cepa.info/2660

Foerster H. von (1998) Sistemica Elemental Desde Un Punto De Vista Superior. Fonda Editorial Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia. https://cepa.info/2667

Foerster H. von (1998) Über Bewußtsein, Gedächtnis, Sprache, Magie und andere unbegreifliche Alltäglichkeiten. In: Bibliothek der Feldenkrais-Gilde e.V. Nr. 11Feldenkrais-Gilde, Munich: 4–23. https://cepa.info/2666

Foerster H. von (1998) Über Perzeption: Eine Sokalogische Abhandlung in vier Abschnitten. Tumult 23: 81–85. https://cepa.info/2663

Foerster H. von (1999) Tesseract; Triviale und Nicht-Triviale Maschinen,; Objektivität; H.V.F. Theorem 2; Order from Noise; Kybernetik. In: Schmidt A. P. (ed.) Der Wissensnavigator: Das Lexikon der ZukunftDeutsche Verlagsanstalt, Stuttgart: 13; 103; 108; 25. https://cepa.info/2674

Froese T. & Di Paolo E. (2011) The enactive approach: Theoretical sketches from cell to society. Pragmatics and Cognition 19(1): 1–36. https://cepa.info/2367

Froese T. & Di Paolo E. A. (2009) Sociality and the life–mind continuity thesis. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 8(4): 439–463. https://cepa.info/4460

Froese T. & Fuchs T. (2012) The extended body: A case study in the neurophenomenology of social interaction. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11: 205–235. https://cepa.info/2389

Froese T. & Gallagher S. (2012) Getting interaction theory (IT) together: Integrating developmental, phenomenological, enactive, and dynamical approaches to social interaction. Interaction Studies 13(3): 436–468. https://cepa.info/2368

Froese T. (2012) From adaptive behavior to human cognition: A review of Enaction. Adaptive Behavior 20: 209–221. https://cepa.info/4738

Froese T., Woodward A. & Ikegami T. (2013) Turing instabilities in biology, culture, and consciousness? On the enactive origins of symbolic material culture. Adaptive Behavior 21(3): 199–214. https://cepa.info/6358

Gallagher S. & Allen M. (2018) Active inference, enactivism and the hermeneutics of social cognition. Synthese 195(6): 2627–2648. https://cepa.info/4222

Gallagher S. & Miyahara K. (2012) Neo-pragmatism and enactive intentionality. In: Schulkin J. (ed.) Action, perception and the brain: Adaptation and cephalic expressionPalgrave Macmillan, London: 117–146. https://cepa.info/7355

Gallagher S. (2008) Direct perception in the intersubjective context. Consciousness and Cognition 17(2): 535–543. https://cepa.info/5645

Gallagher S. (2016) Intercorporeity: Enaction, simulation, and the science of social cognition. In: Reynolds J. & Sebold R. (eds.) Phenomenology and sciencePalgrave Macmillan, New York: 161–179. https://cepa.info/6193

Gallagher S. (2018) Decentering the Brain: Embodied Cognition and the Critique of Neurocentrism and Narrow-Minded Philosophy of Mind. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 8–21. https://cepa.info/5578

Garland E. L. (2007) The meaning of mindfulness: A second-order cybernetics of stress, metacognition, and coping. Complementary Health Practice Review 12(1): 15. https://cepa.info/4098

Gash H. (2011) Society, ethics and constructivism. In: Lasker G. E. & Hassard Frank R. (eds.) Strategic planning for the futureInternational Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, Tecumseh Ontario Canada: 1–5. https://cepa.info/2922

Gash H. (2016) Zen and constructivist thinking. In: Lasker G. E. & Hiwaki K. (eds.) Personal and spiritual development in the world of cultural diversity. Vol XIIIInternational Institute for Advanced Studies, Tecumseh Ontario: 23–27. https://cepa.info/2692

Gash H. (2018) Constructivism and mysticism. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Personal and spiritual development in the world of cultural diversity. Volume XVInternational Institute for Advanced Studies, Tecumseh ON: 7–11. https://cepa.info/5523

Gash H. (2019) Constructivism and Mystical Experience. Constructivist Foundations 15(1): 1–9. https://cepa.info/6146

Georgeon O. L. & Ritter F. E. (2012) An intrinsically-motivated schema mechanism to model and simulate emergent cognition. Cognitive Systems Research 15–16: 73–92. https://cepa.info/5028

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité presupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168. https://cepa.info/3662

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité présupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168. https://cepa.info/5025

Glasersfeld E. von & Cobb P. (1983) Knowledge as environmental fit. Man-Environment Systems 13(5): 216–224. https://cepa.info/1374

Glasersfeld E. von & Shumaker N. W. (1976) Review of Schank’s “Conceptual Information Processing”. Computers and the Humanities 10(4): 236–237. https://cepa.info/1331

Glasersfeld E. von & Steffe L. P. (1991) Conceptual models in educational research and practice. Journal of Educational Thought 25(2): 91–103. https://cepa.info/1419

Glasersfeld E. von & Varela F. J. (1985) Problems of knowledge and cognizing organisms. Aprendizagem/Desenvolvimento (Learning and Development) 2(6): 17–23. https://cepa.info/1379

Glasersfeld E. von (1966) Beauty and the mechanics of perception. Rivista Pininfarina. Stabilimenti Pininfarina, Turin . https://cepa.info/1303

Glasersfeld E. von (1968) Alla ricerca di dati precisi. Nuovo 2: 36–40. https://cepa.info/1306

Glasersfeld E. von (1972) Reading, understanding, and conceptual situations. In: Greene F. P. (ed.) 21st Yearbook of the National Reading ConferenceN. C. R., Milwaukee WI: 119–127. https://cepa.info/1313

Glasersfeld E. von (1976) Cybernetics and cognitive development. Cybernetics Forum 8: 115–120. https://cepa.info/1333

Glasersfeld E. von (1977) Seen from the outside. Contact Quarterly II(3): 23. https://cepa.info/1337

Glasersfeld E. von (1978) Another minor revision, or the disregard for control theory and the analysis of inductive feedback systems. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1(1): 79–80. https://cepa.info/1341

Glasersfeld E. von (1978) Some problems of intentionality [Commentary on Haugeland’s “The nature and plausibility of cognitivism”]. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1(2): 252–253. https://cepa.info/1343

Glasersfeld E. von (1979) Radical constructivism and Jean Piaget’s concept of knowledge. In: Murray F. B. (ed.) The impact of Piagetian theoryUniversity Park Press, Baltimore MD: 109–122. https://cepa.info/1340

Glasersfeld E. von (1980) The concept of equilibration in a constructivist theory of knowledge. In: Benseler F., Hejl P. M. & Koeck W. K. (eds.) Autopoiesis, communication, and societyCampus, Frankfurt/New York: 75–85. https://cepa.info/1352

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) An attentional model for the conceptual construction of units and number. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 12(2): 83–94. https://cepa.info/1356

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) An epistemology for cognitive systems. In: Roth G. & Schwegler H. (eds.) Self-organizing systemsCampus, Frankfurt: 121–131. https://cepa.info/1358

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) Feedback, induction, and epistemology. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Applied systems and cybernetics. Volume 2: Systems concepts, models and methodologyPergamon Press, New York: 712–719. https://cepa.info/1359

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) The conception and perception of number. In: Wagner S. & Geeslin W. E. (eds.) Modeling mathematical cognitive developmentClearinghouse for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education, Columbus OH: 15–46. https://cepa.info/1353

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) The “truth” about Pythagoras. Problem Solving 3(5/6): 1–11. https://cepa.info/1361

Glasersfeld E. von (1982) Cheers for the champion?. Problem Solving 4(9): 6. https://cepa.info/1365

Glasersfeld E. von (1982) Subitizing – The role of figural patterns in the development of numerical concepts. Archives de Psychologie 50: 191–218. https://cepa.info/1364

Glasersfeld E. von (1983) Learning as a constructive activity. In: Bergeron J. C. & Herscovics N. (eds.) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the North American Group of Psychology in Mathematics Education, Vol. 1PME-NA, Montreal: 41–101. https://cepa.info/1373

Glasersfeld E. von (1984) To hell with psychology (Book review). Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 15(5): 389–391. https://cepa.info/1377

Glasersfeld E. von (1985) Reconstructing the concept of knowledge. Archives de Psychologie 53: 91–101. https://cepa.info/1380

Glasersfeld E. von (1986) Of knowing, telling, and showing. Cybernetic 2(1): 64–67. https://cepa.info/1394

Glasersfeld E. von (1986) Wissen ohne Erkenntnis. Delfin 4(1): 20–27. https://cepa.info/1393

Glasersfeld E. von (1987) Preliminaries to any theory of representation. In: Janvier C. (ed.) Problems of representation in the teaching and learning of mathematicsErlbaum, Hillsdale NJ: 215–225. https://cepa.info/1395

Glasersfeld E. von (1990) Teleology and the concepts of causation. Philosophica 46(2): 17–43. https://cepa.info/1416

Glasersfeld E. von (1990) Zuerst muß man zu zweit sein [You have to be two to start]. Systeme – Zeitschrift der Österreichischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für sytemische Therapie 46(2): 17–43. https://cepa.info/1417

Glasersfeld E. von (1991) Abstraction, re-presentation, and reflection. In: Steffe L. P. (ed.) Epistemological foundations of mathematical experienceSpringer, New York: 45–67. https://cepa.info/1418

Glasersfeld E. von (1993) Notes on the concept of change. Cahiers de la Fondation Archives Jean Piaget 13: 91–96. https://cepa.info/1445

Glasersfeld E. von (1993) Reflections on number and counting. In: Boysen S. T. & Capaldi E. J. (eds.) The development of numerical ability: Animal and human modelsErlbaum, Hillsdale: 225–243. https://cepa.info/1440

Glasersfeld E. von (1994) Das Hervorbringen von Wissen und Wirklichkeit. In: Heines K.-D. (ed.) Menschsein in unserer Zeit – Der Zeitgeist auf dem Prüfstand. Stiftung DrHeines, Bremen: 107–117. https://cepa.info/1458

Glasersfeld E. von (1995) Radical constructivism: A way of knowing and learning. Falmer Press, London. https://cepa.info/1462

Glasersfeld E. von (1995) Sensory experience, abstraction, and teaching. In: Steffe L. P. & Gale J. (eds.) Constructivism in educationErlbaum, Hillsdale: 369–383. https://cepa.info/1461

Glasersfeld E. von (1998) Anticipation in the constructivist theory of cognition. In: Dubois D. M. (ed.) Computing anticipatory systemsAmerican Institute of Physics, Woodbury NY: 38–47. https://cepa.info/1496

Glasersfeld E. von (1998) Die Radikal-Konstruktivistische Wissenstheorie. Ethik und Sozialwissenschaften 9(4): 503–511. https://cepa.info/1500

Glasersfeld E. von (1999) A model for the construction of elementary concepts. In: Dubois D. M. (ed.) Computing anticipatory systemsAmerican Institute of Physics, Woodbury NY: 45–52. https://cepa.info/1504

Glasersfeld E. von (1999) Piaget’s legacy: Cognition as adaptive activity. In: Riegler A., Peschl M. & Stein A. (eds.) Understanding representation in the cognitive sciencesKluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York/Dordrecht: 283–287. https://cepa.info/1514

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Glasersfeld E. von (2000) Entretien avec E. v. G. Interview by Claudie Natale Schouchana. Thérapie Familiale 21(1): 27–32. https://cepa.info/1518

Glasersfeld E. von (2000) Gesellschaft als subjektive Erfahrung [Society as subjective experience]. Contribition to Festschrift for Siegfried Schmidt at http://www.sjschmidt.net. https://cepa.info/1522

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Glasersfeld E. von (2003) Nota alla postfazione di Accame. Methodologia Working Papers 150(1). https://cepa.info/1544

Glasersfeld E. von (2004) Knowledge without knower?. Karl Jaspers Forum TA69C10. https://cepa.info/1549

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Glasersfeld E. von, Steffe L. P. & Richards J. (1983) An analysis of counting and what is counted. In: Steffe L. P., Glasersfeld E. von, Richards J. & Cobb P. (eds.) Children’s counting types: Philosophy, theory, and applicationPraeger, New York: 21–44. https://cepa.info/1370

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Kenny V. (2012) Continuous Dialogues III: Processes of Construction Ernst von Glasersfeld’s Answers to a Wide Variety of Questioners on the Oikos Web Site 1997–2010. Constructivist Foundations 7(3): 208-221. https://cepa.info/508

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Kyselo M. (2013) Locked-in syndrome and BCI: Towards an enactive approach to the self. Neuroethics 6(3): 579–591. https://cepa.info/4343

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