Self-Reference in a Three-Valued System

References:

  • Paradox
  • Brown 4 (Arthur Collins, 1 januari 2017)
  • Self-reference calculus (Varela, F.J., 1 januari 1975)
  • Form dynamics (Kauffman, L.H. and Varela, F.J., 1 januari 1980)
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Statement: Embrace the paradox, i.e., a difference in what was previously stated and therefore contradicting what was said before. Differences keep setting things in motion. Without differences we cease to exist. Therefore, change is inevitable, in fact, it is a necessity for living.

Statement page Aspect Statement
Exploring Change Reflexive Domain The constant factor in life is movement.
Self-Reference in a Three-Valued System Reflexive Domain Embrace the paradox, i.e., a difference in what was previously stated and therefore contradicting what was said before. Differences keep setting things in motion. Without differences we cease to exist. Therefore, change is inevitable, in fact, it is a necessity for living.
The Autopoietic Turn Reflexive Domain Humans and social systems operate autonomously and my react when irritated.
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Lees hiervoor: Two-Valued System
Lees hierna: Second-Order Cybernetics



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