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Rössler, Otto «Endophysics – Physics from Within»

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 Otto Rössler

b 1940 in Berlin (D). Studied medicine in Tübingen (D). After receiving his doctorate in 1966, Rössler was a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Behavioral Physiology in Seewiesen (D). Since 1970 he is a professor at the University of Tübingen, where today he teaches nonlinear dynamics, dissipative structures, chaos theory, mental equations, fundamental physics, endophysics, and deductive biology at the Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. He was a visiting professor at many international universities and held lectures in several countries. He has published over 300 scientific works on artificial life and artificial brains; on bifurcation, differentiable mechanisms, chaos attractants, hyperchaos, endophysics, micro-relativity, and computer interfaces, as well as works on Anaxagoras, Descartes, Lebniz, Boscovich and Kant—and a recent work on the Internet project «Lampsacus.» Rössler co-edited numerous scientific journals. He wrote and co-authored numerous scientific books on endophysics, chaos theory, and Jonas’ World, such as: «Endophysics: The World of the Internal Observer» and «The Flaming Sword or How Hermetic is the Interface of Microconstructivism?» (1996).