Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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I 56
Language/Maturana: orientation behavior - not denotative - Otherwise its evolution is not comprehensible - would otherwise presuppose denotation - Language: connotative: Orientation in the cognitive domain - no reference to entities.
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I 58
No transmitting information - there is nothing transferred from one organism to another - instead: influencing an orientation.
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I 91
Instead:preparation of a reference frame.
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I 59
"Message": it is still up to the listener how he orientates himself - in orientation behavior no distinction semantics/syntax possible.
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I 126
Language/Maturana: must arise as a result from anything else! The fundamental process is the coupling of ontogenetic structures, which leads to the development of a consensual area.
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I 198
Language/coverage/cover/Maturana: with action one makes distinction - with that the act turns into a consensual sign - so the distinction is covered - E.g. Object/Subject: arises as a consensual coordination of actions - it covers the action and makes it invisible - subjects cover actions - subjects are not given before language.
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I 199
Language: no abstraction but physically - transmission/symbolization/meaning/denotation: always secondary for the observer.
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I 255
Language/Maturana: outside language we cannot distinguish anything- not even ourselves - language presupposes neurophysiology, is therefore no neurophysiological phenomenon itself - words: = distinctions.
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I 261
Language does not operate with symbols - (these refer to something independent) - signs/sounds/movements: do not constitute words by themselves - and strings of signs do not constitute language action -Language: coordination of actions.
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I 282
Object in brackets: considers language as a biological phenomenon -> changes of structural dynamics are observable.

Mat I
U. Maturana
Biologie der Realit├Ąt Frankfurt 2000


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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-29