Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 120–123
Life and Work of Graham Barnes (1936-2020)

Miran Možina & Inka Miškulin

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Abstract: We provide an overview of the life and work of Graham Barnes, who was strongly influenced by Gregory Bateson, and who collaborated with several other cyberneticians and constructivists, in particular, Gordon Pask and Heinz von Foerster. After having left the USA for Sweden, he commuted between Stockholm and Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana and Rijeka, where he taught his own integration of second-order cybernetics and psychotherapy.

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Možina M. & Miškulin I. (2020) Life and work of graham barnes (1936-2020). Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 120–123. https://constructivist.info/16/1/120

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