Rainer E. Zimmermann studied physics, mathematics, philosophy, history and literature in Berlin and London. Since 1995 he has been Professor of Philosophy at the Polytechnic University of Munich. He has also been a visiting professor at the universities of Cambridge (UK), Bologna and Salzburg and the technical universities in Berlin and Vienna. Zimmermann has been working on metaphysics and philosophy of nature, including philosophy of science and its ethical implications based on concepts of spaces, networks and systems. He has published some 350 articles and 24 books.
Open peer commentary on the article “The Circular Conditions of Second-order Science Sporadically Illustrated with Agent-based Experiments at the Roots of Observation” by Manfred Füllsack. Upshot: I follow the general tenor of Füllsack’s target article but I have some basic reservations as to the utilization of the thermodynamics involved.
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