Author C. Fields
Chris Fields, PhD Philosophy, University of Colorado 1985, is an information scientist interested in the physics, developmental biology and cognitive neuroscience of object perception and object re-identification over time. His recent publications include work in the foundations of quantum theory, endophysics, morphogenesis, cognitive modeling, and the etiology of autism spectrum disorders.

Publications Found: 6 · Show All Abstracts

Fields C. (2012) Classical system boundaries cannot be determined within quantum Darwinism. Physics Essays 24: 518–522. Fulltext at
Fields C. (2012) If physics is an information science, what is an observer?. Information 3(1): 92–123. Fulltext at
Fields C. (2018) First-Person Science is Third Person and Vice Versa. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 240–241. Fulltext at
Fields C. (2018) Mind Is an Abstraction. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 350–352. Fulltext at
Fields C., Hoffman D. D., Prakash C. & Prentner R. (2017) Authors’ Response: Boundaries, Encodings and Paradox: What Models Can Tell Us About Experience. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 284–291. Fulltext at
Fields C., Hoffman D. D., Prakash C. & Prentner R. (2017) Eigenforms, Interfaces and Holographic Encoding: Toward an Evolutionary Account of Objects and Spacetime. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 265–274. Fulltext at
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