Forum on Conceptual Structure

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Tom C. Click here to view LightPage
Marquette, Michigan, United States
Hello, I am a former Professor of Visual Art: Drawing, Painting, Perception and Design Theory courses, Geometrical Perspective, Color Theory, (Co-taught The Physics of Color and Light), Mural Painting, Art History, etc. My interests are quite broad, and eclectic, and am particularly interested in the interaction of physics and art. For several years I have been interested in concepts of quantum mechanics, especially in the "many worlds interpretation," and David Bohm's ideas. I received a grant from Northern Michigan University to research these concepts through study and production of visual works which culminated in a book: Parallel Worlds, Paintings and Drawings as Metaphors for Ideas in Art and Science which is available on Amazon. I live in a great location, Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I look forward to being a part of this network. Sincerely, Thomas (Tom) Cappuccio Professor Emeritus of Visual Art Northern Michigan University Marquette, Michigan 49855

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James C. Click here to view LightPage
Stony Brook, New York, United States
I am a philosopher in the graduate program at Stony Brook University in New York. For years my interest was automated problem solving – computers programming themselves – during which I was constantly being confronted with the intuitive, and therefore non-procedural, way in which people solve problems. This led me on a long path to where I have arrived today, understanding that the intuitive nature of thought and our affective responses (visceral feelings) are manifestations of a grander nature that encompasses all of Reality. How I arrived at this understanding is not important, nor frankly is it even describable. What is important is that I have come to it and it has allowed me to undertake a radical re-analysis of our most basic understandings about ourselves and our world that I wrote about in my first book, and which I continue to explore in my ongoing writing.

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Robbia M. Click here to view LightPage
Montrose, Pennsylvania, United States
Amazing how the Tower of Babel looks like a taxonomic decomposition of a semantic hierarchy...

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ramin r. Click here to view LightPage
abadan, university, Iran
Ramin A. Roozbahani Environmental Planning (Ph.D Candidate) Department of Environmental Planning, Management and Education Graduate Faculty of Environment University of Tehran-Iran E-mail:

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Andrew B. Click here to view LightPage
Budapest, Pest, Hungary
András Benedek, PhD, CSc, works as senior research fellow of the Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Science in the field of Learning Sciences and Dynamic Epistemic Logic. His research topics include modeling changes of the conception of knowledge, and interpretations of information and their application. He is former director of e-Didactic Knowledge Center, chief science advisor of LSI Information Technology Learning Center. A post doctoral research fellow at The Queen’s College, Oxford, university scholar at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana), research fellow at CUA (Washington, D.C.) and UIC. As former head of the Department of Logic, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, he directed Program Development at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences. He was responsible for EU projects as international advisor of APERTUS Public Foundation, and for e-content and program development, as director of education of EDUWEB PLC. In the field of Epistemic and Probability Logic his research is focused on Dynamic Logic and modeling the growth of knowledge in Learning Networks. Having a second MSc. degree in physics, he worked on the foundations of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, and in the field of philosophy of science on the 19th-20th century history of mathematical heuristics. Participated in the European Commission Observatories, “FILTER-economic filtering of knowledge” project addressing issues of selection of information, in the “Communication of 21st century” T-mobile–MTA joint project, in the ‘Uniworld”, and “ Hungarian Virtual Encyclopedia”, in the “Reception and Creativity: Open Hungarian Culture” and OTKA Hungarian Research Fund projects. He won higher education textbook projects, e.g., with the “e-Text Culture” CD-ROM, and as a HUNGARNET representative took part in the popularization and development of digital culture from its very beginnings.

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