Autocatalytic Theory of Meaning.

Psycoloquy J .99.10.014 99 (10):014 (1999)
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Abstract

Recently it has been argued that autocatalytic theory could be applied to the origin of culture. Here possible application to a theory of meaning in the philosophy of language, called radical interpretation, is commented upon and compared to previous applications.

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Mark D. Roberts
Burpham Institute of Advanced Study

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