I'd be interested to know whether "mattering" is considered within "meaning". I suspect "mattering" is distinct. thinking aloud Science isn't just meaningful. It matters to scientists. Perhaps it's only because it matters to some people, it exists. Re. meaning, I think the connection
Caro Karl, la chiamiamo natura, ma è tutta arte. A. Einstein e S. Hawking pensavano che Dio non giocasse a dadi. Il primo non ha avuto il tempo di ricredersi, il secondo si. Ha perso una scommessa, circa la non emissione di informazione da parte dei buchi neri sostenuta nel 1975, dopo (2004-5) ha
rk. And the question is still being asked. Best Christophe *De :* Søren Brier <firstname.lastname@example.org> *Envoyé :* mercredi 6 avril 2016 02:04 *À :* 'Christophe' *Cc :* email@example.com *Objet :* SV: [Fis] _ DISCUSSION SESSION: INFOBIOSEMIOTICS Dear Christ
Dear Soren, It is very strange for me to read yours as usual very learned text, because your understanding of what it is I am trying to do is so different from my own understanding. Though I have had great pleasure of reading you works over the years I am not sure that you have read much of
Dear Soren, In my opinion, there are two issues here (again J ): 1. the issue of non-verbal (e.g., bodily) communication; 2. the meta-biological or transdisciplinary integration vs. the differentiation among the disciplines. Ad 1. Although I don't agree with Luhmann on many things,
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Dear FIS Colleagues, I am attaching herein Soeren's presentation. If you have any trouble with the attachment, the file is in fis web pages too: http://fis.sciforum.net/fis-discussion-sessions/ By clicking on Soeren Brier's session (highlighted in red) you can immediately obtain it.