From: Robin Faichney (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 25 May 2005 - 14:15:35 GMT
Hi Scott, not sure about your concept of "infocentrism", because,
though I absolutely agree that context is very often neglected, it too
can be understood in terms of information: it can be considered the
key that decodes the "central" information, be that DNA or whatever.
For instance, Wittgenstein's "language game" is the key that unlocks
the meaning of any utterance.
I have my own take on information, discussed here way back but not
recently. I'll restrain myself to mentioning the website for now:
www.mmmi.org, where mmmi stands for mind, matter, meaning and
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