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Chris Fields

Chris Fields explores the consequences of treating all interactions as observations, and hence regarding the world as composed entirely of observers observing each other.  He is interested in how observers draw boundaries around parts of their experiences to separate out “entities” including themselves, that they then regard as having properties, structure, locations in space, and identities through time.  Answers to these questions about observation and the construction of bounded entities with identities, however tentative and partial, suggest approaches to open problems in cosmology, developmental biology, and cognitive science. 

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