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(biology) the field of science concerned with processes of communication and control (especially the comparison of these processes in biological and artificial systems)

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Cognitive Cybernetical Rational/ Ideological purposes Intention.
Thus Hyde looks at the cybernetical process of A affecting B with feed back to A.
Cybernetical newspeak, a crucial element in the seductive packaging of modem communication technology, blurs this decisive distinction.
Godel's theorem must apply to cybernetical machines, because it is of the essence of being a machine, that it should be a concrete instantiation of a formal system.
The first column involves: (a) technical cognitive interests connected to work that may be associated with some form of creation; (b) cybernetical cognitive purpose connected to intention and implicitly involving time through feedback if nothing else; and (c) social properties connected to the formation of something, suggesting an idea of something in motion, for which we adopt the term kinematic.