Annotation:Annotationen:Distinguishing the Observer: An Attempt at Interpreting Maturana/Es4fd0aw79

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Annotation of Annotationen:Distinguishing_the_Observer:_An_Attempt_at_Interpreting_Maturana
Annotation Comment In Maturana’s edifice every point arises out of the preceding one – much as when, in thick fog on an Alpine glacier, one places one foot in front of the other without ever seeing what lies further ahead or further behind one; and as sometimes happens in such a fog, after hours of walking, one realizes that one is walking in one’s own footsteps. The fact that one has begun the circle at a specific point could be perceived only from a higher vantage point – if the fog had lifted and made possible a view. But the fog that obstructs our view of ontic reality cannot lift, because, as Kant already saw, it is inextricably built into our ways and means of experiencing.
Last Modification Date 2019-09-27T19:46:32.161Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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