Monthly Archives: February 2015

Persons and embodiment, Part 2

N. Kirsch, J. Jeffrey, A. Putman & P. Zeiger “Without people, nothing explains anything.” (Ossorio, 1966/1995, p. 33). In the last post about the conceptual relationship between Persons and Embodiment, our conclusion was that “biological mechanisms have ‘meaning’ or significance … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect Descriptions, Part 2

N. Kirsch, J. Jeffrey, A. Putman, & P. Zeiger What does it mean for a C-E description to have pragmatic value? Given that in the DP Community C-E descriptions are so often viewed with a deprecating eye, why does it … Continue reading

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