Author: Manfred Füllsack

ISIS, University of Graz, Austria
Short Bio
Manfred Füllsack is Professor of Systems Sciences at the University of Graz. His research includes: systems, complexity, networks, games and computational theory, work – its history, its sociology, its economy, and its philosophy, and computer-based simulations.
Constructivist approaches covered: This is the list of constructivist approaches covered in Manfred Füllsack’s publications in Constructivist Foundations. For a list of all approaches see http://approaches.cepa.info Constructivism · Radical Constructivism · Second-Order Cybernetics
Scientific disciplines covered: This is the list of all disciplines referred to by Manfred Füllsack’s publications in Constructivist Foundations. For a list of all disciplines see http://disciplines.cepa.info Artificial Intelligence · Computer Science · Epistemology
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Füllsack M. (2018) Author’s response: Granularity and irritation, and the irritations they aroused. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 302–304. http://constructivist.info/13/2/302
Füllsack M. (2018) Plasticity, granularity and multiple contingency - essentials for conceiving an artificial constructivist agent. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 282–291. http://constructivist.info/13/2/282
Füllsack M. & Riegler A. (2017) Thinking in eigenbehaviors as a transdisciplinary approach. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 239–245. http://constructivist.info/12/3/239
Füllsack M. (2016) Author’s response: Recursivity, anticipation, mutual referentiality, and the end of human analytics? Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 25–29. http://constructivist.info/12/1/025
Füllsack M. (2016) Circularity and the micro-macro-difference. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 1–10. http://constructivist.info/12/1/001
Füllsack M. (2015) Who downed mh-17, or do collective observations interact non-linearly? Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 238–239. http://constructivist.info/10/2/238
Füllsack M. (2014) Author’s response: Verbal limitations of observer-inclusion. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 62–64. http://constructivist.info/10/1/062
Füllsack M. (2014) The circular conditions of second-order science sporadically illustrated with agent-based experiments at the roots of observation. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 46–54. http://constructivist.info/10/1/046
Füllsack M. (2014) Ic and the observed/observer duality. Constructivist Foundations 9(2): 232–233. http://constructivist.info/9/2/232
Füllsack M. (2013) Systems sciences and the limitations of computer models of constructivist processes. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 33–34. http://constructivist.info/9/1/033
Füllsack M. (2013) Author’s response: Constructivism as possibility? Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 23–25. http://constructivist.info/9/1/023
Füllsack M. (2013) Constructivism and computation: Can computer-based modeling add to the case for constructivism? Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 7–16. http://constructivist.info/9/1/007
Füllsack M. (2012) Author’s response: Systems as realities sui generis with eigenbehavior? Constructivist Foundations 8(1): 114–xxx. http://constructivist.info/8/1/114
Füllsack M. (2012) Communication emerging? On simulating structural coupling in multiple contingency. Constructivist Foundations 8(1): 103-110. http://constructivist.info/8/1/103

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