This clearly emerges from Maturana's theory concerning the ontology of the observer and underlying the fact that no objective reality exists independently of some observer. This view moves us to bracket or parenthesise all speaking and listening, all explanations, all descriptions, and to keep in the foreground the phenomenon of how objects come to obscure the operations of distinction of some observer who enacts these from a particular vantage point and with a particular intent.

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