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- 170–172 MATURANA, Humberto ; VARELA, Francisco: Der Baum der Erkenntnis. Die biologischen Wurzeln des menschlichen Erkennens. (The tree of cognition. The biological roots of human cognition). Bern-MOOchen Wien: Scherz-Verlag 1987. 280 p., DM 44.- ISBN 3-501- 13440-5. Transl.from Spanish (El arbol del conocimien to) by Kurt Ludewig. 170–172