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a view from the literature
The best I can do within the space allotted to me is to open the discussion of our first topic, the origin of society, along the lines of Andrew McKenna" s paper. Most people take for granted that the deconstructive critique of philosophical origins is incompatible with the theory of origin that I defend. Andrew McKenna does not agree, and I generally agree with him.
Girard, R. (1992)., Origins: a view from the literature, in F. Varela & J. Dupuy (eds.), Understanding origins, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 27-42.
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