Open peer commentary on the article “A Critique of Barbieri’s Code Biology” by Alexander V. Kravchenko. Abstract: Code biology, as an offshoot of biosemiotics, opens up avenues to explore the possible emergence of meaning-making within a substrate of biological processes. Kravchenko’s focus on language and metaphysical baggage places a burden on code biology as a theory, but constrains philosophical dialogue because of far-reaching adjudicated implications.
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Rodríguez Higuera C. J. (2020) The immateriality of meaning. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 140–141. https://constructivist.info/15/2/140
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