Social Order: Continuously Reconstructed in Terms of Expectations

Constructivist Foundations 16 (3):372-374 (2021)
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The generation of redundancy is specific for meaning processing in anticipatory systems. Variation generates entropy; redundancy is generated by selection mechanisms in inter-human communications. …

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