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Varela F. J. (1979) The idea of organizational closure (Chapter 7). In: Varela F. J. (ed.) Principles of biological autonomy. Elsevier North Holland, New York: 50–60. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/4114
Varela F. J. (1979) The individual in development and evolution (Chapter 5). In: Varela F. J. (ed.) Principles of biological autonomy. Elsevier North Holland, New York: 30–40. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/4112
Varela F. J. (1979) The nervous system as a closed network (Chapter 15). In: Varela F. J. (ed.) Principles of biological autonomy. Elsevier North Holland, New York: 238–259. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/4437
Varela F. J. (1981) Autonomy and autopoiesis. In: Roth G. & Schwegler H. (eds.) Self-organizing systems: An interdiciplinary approach. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt/New York: 14–24. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/2063
Varela F. J. (1981) Describing the logic of the living: The adequacy and limitations of the idea of autopoiesis. In: Zeleny M. (ed.) Autopoiesis: A theory of living organization. North-Holland, New York: 36–48. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/1908
Varela F. J. (1992) Autopoiesis and a biology of intentionality. In: McMullin B. (ed.) Proceedings of the workshop “Autopoiesis and Perception”. Dublin City University, Dublin: 4–14. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/1274
Varela F. J. (1994) On defining life. In: Fleischaker G. R., Colonna S. & Luisi P. L. (eds.) Self-reproduction of supramolecular structures: From synthetic structures to models of minimal living systems. NATO ASI Series, Plenum Press: 23–31. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/1991
Varela F. J. (2011) Preface to the second edition of “De Máquinas y Seres Vivos – Autopoiesis: La organización de lo vivo.” Translated by Alberto Paucar-Caceres and Roger Harnden. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 28(6): 601–617. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/2530
Vernon D. & Furlong D. (1993) Relativistic ontologies, self-organization, autopoiesis, and artificial life: A progression in the science of the autonomous. Part I – The philosophical foundations. In: McMullin B. (ed.) Proceedings of the workshop “Autopoiesis and Perception”. DCU, Dublin: 26–40. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/5236
Vernon D. & Furlong D. (1993) Relativistic ontologies, self-organization, autopoiesis, and artificial life: A progression in the science of the autonomous. Part II – A scientific development. In: McMullin B. (ed.) Proceedings of the workshop “Autopoiesis and Perception”. DCU, Dublin: 41–64. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/5237
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