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


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

Part II

Pille Bunnell Conservation and change in the evolution of epigenic systems - cancelled due to illness
Kevin McGee Enactive cognitive science

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