Panel on Radical Constructivism

Saturday, 29 October 2005
at the American Society for Cybernetics (ASC) 2005 Conference
George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 27-30 October 2005
Conference organizers: Stuart Umpleby and Allenna Leonard

Panel organizer: Alexander Riegler

9:00–10:30

Part I

Alexander Riegler Past, present and future of radical constructivism
Albert Müller How (Radical) Constructivism emerged from cybernetics - and other fields of science. Some historical remarks - cancelled due to illness
Karl Müller RC - The hidden agenda. New research directions from old texts
11:00–12:30

Part II

Pille Bunnell Conservation and change in the evolution of epigenic systems - cancelled due to illness
Kevin McGee Enactive cognitive science
14:30–16:00

Part III

Ranulph Glanville Construction, design and knowledge
Dewey Dykstra Could it be more different? Radical constructivism applied to physics teaching
General discussion coordinated by Mark Notturno