Events at Physics
Events on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017
- Chaos & Complex Systems Seminar
- Understanding complexities of human development in terms of space, time, and energy realities Part 1: Growing up and growing old
- Time: 12:05 pm - 1:00 pm
- Place: 4274 Chamberlin (refreshments will be served)
- Speaker: Bernard Z. Friedlander, Department of Psychology, University of Hartford (emeritus)
- Abstract: These presentations ask three questions:
Are there fundamental principles in physical science that can be useful in helping us comprehend fundamental concepts in the organization of human behavior?<br>
Can these principles help us answer the constant question–How do people get the way we are?
Does this approach, in the light of current laboratory research findings, help us clarify persistent scientific and philosophical issues in Western thought?
The two-presentation series touches upon basic concepts in these four areas of serious study: human development, basic physical science, industrial manufacturing technology, and the fine arts.
- Host: Clint Sprott