The Relevance of “Differentiation” and “Binary Code” for Simulating Luhmann

Constructivist Foundations 9 (2):217-218 (2014)
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Open peer commentary on the article “Subsystem Formation Driven by Double Contingency” by Bernd Porr & Paolo Di Prodi. Upshot: I acknowledge the value of Porr & Di Prodi’s piece for simulating Luhmann’s key process of subsystem formation and exploring how the concepts of “differentiation” and “binary code” relate to their model

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Gaston Becerra
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