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The Cybernetics of Value and the Value of Cybernetics . The Art of Invariance and the Invariance of Art

@inproceedings{Glanville1999TheCO,
  title={The Cybernetics of Value and the Value of Cybernetics . The Art of Invariance and the Invariance of Art},
  author={Ranulph Glanville},
  year={1999}
}
In this paper, Spencer Brown’s Logic of Distinctions is considered in the light of various amendments proposed by the author. These considerations, concerning (in the main) the notion of the separation of the mark and the value of the distinction, are examined in terms of value (meaning) and invariance (remaining, being) in art Objects. The contradiction between an older view of meaning as inherent in Objects and the more recent view of meanings being with the observer is elaborated; and the… 
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