Volume 2 · Number 2-3 · Pages 12–17
Ernst Glasersfeld’s First Scientific Paper

Paul Braffort

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Abstract

Purpose: At Silvio Ceccato’s suggestion, I invited Ernst von Glasersfeld to the “Séminaire Leibniz” which took place in Brussels, in February 1961. The paper he delivered then, Operational Semantics: Analysis of Meaning in Terms of Operations, was included in a Euratom internal report and is published here for the first time. Conclusion: These early works clearly show von Glasersfeld’s methodological and philosophical coherence as well as his faithfulness to Ceccato’s endeavour.

Key words: linguistic, machine translation, Italian Operational School, Ernst von Glasersfeld

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Braffort P. (2007) Ernst glasersfeld’s first scientific paper. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 12–17. http://constructivist.info/2/2-3/012

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