Author N. Palfreyman
Niall Palfreyman teaches mathematics on the Bioprocess-informatics degree program, and is Dean of Teaching and Learning, at Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences (HSWT) in Freising, Germany. After doctoral work in relativistic Hamiltonian mechanics, his post-doctorate research applied symbolic artificial intelligence to the biomagnetic inverse problem. Before joining HSWT, he worked in software design and genetic algorithms, and is interested in how learners, researchers, bacteria and computational agents construct knowledge from their experience. He plays the guitar, sings, and hopes to undermine the international trade in small firearms.

Publications Found: 2 · Show All Abstracts

Palfreyman N. (2018) Author’s Response: Toward a Reciprocally Causal-Selective Architecture. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 383–389. Fulltext at
Palfreyman N. & Miller-Young J. (2018) What Is a Cognizing Subject? Construction, Autonomy and Original Causation. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 362–373. Fulltext at
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