Author: Diana Gasparyan
Bio Note: Diana Gasparyan works at National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia where she holds the position of Associate Professor of Philosophy. From 2009 to 2010 she was a visiting professor at Clark University (Massachusetts). She has published the book Merab Mamardashvili’s Philosophy of Consciousness (2011), which aims to bring the thoughts and work of one of the most unique figures in Russian philosophy to a new audience by translating them into English.
Affiliation: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Gasparyan D. (2016) What came first, the chicken or the egg? The model of circularity as a model of mutual referentiality. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 21–23. http://constructivist.info/12/1/021
Gasparyan D. (2016) Author’s response: Phenomenology of the system: Intentionality, differences, understanding, and the unity of consciousness. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 564–571. http://constructivist.info/11/3/564
Gasparyan D. (2016) Consciousness as self-description in differences. Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 539–549. http://constructivist.info/11/3/539
Gasparyan D. (2016) Not to avoid but legitimize: Why the gap could be natural for the enactive world. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 356–358. http://constructivist.info/11/2/356
Gasparyan D. (2015) Transcendentalism guarding constructivism: The pl-metaphysics of hegel and naturalists. Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 169–172. http://constructivist.info/11/1/169
Gasparyan D. (2015) Author’s response: Denying the global observer. Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 253–260. http://constructivist.info/10/2/253
Gasparyan D. (2015) What can the global observer know? Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 227–237. http://constructivist.info/10/2/227