Approach «Second-Order Cybernetics»

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Aerts D. (2005) Ceci n’est pas Heinz von Foerster. Constructivist Foundations 1(1): 13–18. Available at http://cepa.info/3
Baecker D. (2010) The Culture of Cybernetics. Review of “The Black Boox. Volume III: 39 Steps” by Ranulph Glanville. Edition echoraum, Vienna, 2009. Constructivist Foundations 5(2): 102-103. Available at http://cepa.info/154
Baecker D. (2015) Mysteries of Cognition. Review of Neocybernetics and Narrative by Bruce Clarke. Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 261–263. Available at http://cepa.info/1243
Baron P. (2016) A Cybernetic Approach to Contextual Teaching and Learning. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 91–100. Available at http://cepa.info/3819
Bermeo J. (2012) Using games as a methodology for observing the observer. Ediciones Uniandes, Bogotá Colombia.
Buchinger E. & Scott B. (2010) Comparing Conceptions of Learning: Pask and Luhmann. Constructivist Foundations 5(3): 109–120. Available at http://cepa.info/157
Cariani P. (2010) On the Importance of Being Emergent. Extended Review of “Emergence and Embodiment: New Essays on Second-Order Systems Theory” edited by Bruce Clark and Mark B. N. Hanson.Duke University Press, Durham, 2009. Constructivist Foundations 5(2): 86-91. Available at http://cepa.info/149
Cevolini A. (2012) Operational closure and self-referentiality Hume’s theory of causal inference from the standpoint of second-order cybernetics. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 19(3): 9–23. Available at http://cepa.info/3307
Clarke B. (2012) From Information to Cognition: The Systems Counterculture, Heinz von Foerster’s Pedagogy, and Second-Order Cybernetics. Constructivist Foundations 7(3): 196-207. Available at http://cepa.info/507
Clarke B. (2013) Gaming the trace: Systems theory for comparative literature. The Comparatist 37: 186–199.
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