The tree of knowledge: the biological roots of human understanding

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Shambhala, 1987 - Medical - 263 pages
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User Review  - Darin Stevenson - Goodreads

This book introduces an extremely complex topic 'autopoeisis'... which, simply rendered means... something like... intensely relational co-self-mergence into being, sensing and existence. But my ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dachi - Goodreads

Unpacking all the ideas and thinking in this book would take a lifetime. Essentially, the book discusses autopoiesis -- a process that the authors posit is universal by which objects in the physical world (living and non-living)incorporate information from their environment into themselves Read full review

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foreword
7
Knowing How We Know
17
The Organization of Living Things
34
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