Category Archives: Transactional autopoiesis

About Sensations, Emotions and Feelings: A Contribution to the Theoretical Basis of Transactional Analysis

This article is intended to present new thinking and expansion of the knowledge of emotions and feelings within transactional analysis, through a dialogue between Eric Berne, Antonio Damasio and Humberto Maturana. From Berne comes the guiding framework of transactional analysis … Continue reading

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Dewey’s Logic and Social Autopoiesis: Creative Forces for/of Social (R)evolution

This paper discusses how John Dewey’s logic in his theory of inquiry can inform and perhaps guide efforts to re-form education and to allow the creative forces of emergence to affect and create adaptive social systems as learning organizations. The … Continue reading

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