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Essays On Self Reference Theory

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    Luhmann sociology U of Bielefield Germany argues that there is no individuality as seen from the outside only self referential individuality This means that cells and societies maybe even physical atoms are all individuals Conscious systems which can conceive of the identity of the difference between themselves and society have no exceptional status in the author s view He examines social systems communication religion art politics and law

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    Luhmann sociology U of Bielefield Germany argues that there is no individuality as seen from the outside only self referential individuality This means that cells and societies maybe even physical atoms are all individuals Conscious systems which can conceive of the identity of the difference between themselves and society have no exceptional status in the author s view He examines social systems communication religion art politics and law

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    Luhmann sociology U of Bielefield Germany argues that there is no individuality as seen from the outside only self referential individuality This means that cells and societies maybe even physical atoms are all individuals Conscious systems which can conceive of the identity of the difference between themselves and society have no exceptional status in the author s view He examines social systems communication religion art politics and law

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