Annotation:Annotationen:Cybernetics, Experience, and the Concept of Self/Spl40hlv6t

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Annotation Comment One can say that such an organism will learn only as a result of disturbance, and it will give up or modify something it has learned only when this again leads to disturbance. This mode of functioning, as we shall see later, fits very well into the Piagetian conception of the complementary processes of assimilation and accommodation.
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