I have worked in the federal and state public service and trade union movement. I currently teach and conduct research in macroeconomics, continental philosophy, and econphysics.

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Publications:
A Critique of Social Applications of Autopoiesis

The paper criticises the use of the biocybernetic notion of autopoiesis by social scientists such as Talcott Parsons, Niklas Luhmann and Gunther Teubner.

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A Classical Economic Perspective on Using Coalgebras to Model the Process of Accumulation

I question Philip Mirowski’s use of automatons for simulating the evolution of markets. Instead, I investigate the potential for using automatons to simulate Classical models of a multi-sectoral economy.

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Published Online: December 23, 2015

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