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Processes and boundaries of the mind : extending the limit line

Author: Yair Neuman
Publisher: New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, ©2003.
Series: Contemporary systems thinking.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores questions of mind, reality, knowledge and signification in a humorous way. Drawing on various domains such as systems research, semiotics, philosophy, and complexity sciences, this book  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Yair Neuman
ISBN: 0306481219 9780306481215
OCLC Number: 54790432
Description: x, 170 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. On What There Is --
3. In the Beginning was the Act --
Cat-logue 1: The Cheshire Cat and Descartes --
4. Beyond the Curtain or into the Looking Glass --
5. A Guided Tour in the Kingdom of Signs --
Cat-logue 2: Are There Jewish Cats? --
6. Saussure and Semiotics as a Social System --
7. The Mind as a Semiotic Interface --
Cat-logue 3: It Means Nothing --
8. We Have Never Been Too Abstract --
Cat-logue 4: Where Does the Frame End? --
9. A Snake that Bites Its Tail --
10. The Demon of Circularity --
11. Origins --
Cat-logue 5: The Hole in the Bagel --
12. Laws of Form --
Cat-logue 6: Inside the Outside --
13. Toward a Phenomenology of Boundaries --
Cat-logue 7: How Deep is the Surface? --
14. Peter Pan's Shadow and the Empty Observer --
15. On Turing's Carnal Error --
16. What is so Complex about Complexity? --
Cat-logue 8: Speaking with the Cat about Spinoza --
17. Toward a Dialogical Complexity --
18. The Architectonics of the Mind --
Cat-logue Which Is an Epilogue: Where a Blind Man Ends.
Series Title: Contemporary systems thinking.
Responsibility: Yair Neuman.
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