Philip Lewin

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In this paper, I argue that second-order cybernetics offers a perspective through which we can examine how ethical personhood arises. Specifically, I highlight how experience receives narrative determination through the mediation of affective involvement and linguistic appropriation. These considerations, in turn, raise the question of the relation between(More)
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