Volume 17 · Number 1 · Pages 093–096
Author’s Response: What Happens in the Spaces in Between

Maiya Murphy

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Abstract: I explore the utility and limits of concepts of autopoiesis, how interdisciplinary concepts such as the proposal for “lifeness” scales its argument and interfaces with 4E cognition, and how the concept of “lifeness” can impact issues around performance practice, thinking, and knowledge.

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Murphy M. (2021) Author’s response: What happens in the spaces in between. Constructivist Foundations 17(1): 093–096. https://constructivist.info/17/1/093

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