Michael Kazanjian
Michael M. Kazanjian
Instructor Triton College
Joined OEC on 10/03/2016
Biography
I have published my third book, Unified Philosophy: Interdisciplinary Metaphysics, Cyberethics, and Liberal Arts. This is a human factors engineering and cybernetic approach to philosophy. I have done a conference paper in political science on an interdisciplinary, including human factors engineering, approach to resolve the debate between John Rawls and Robert Nozick. I am developing a theory of limits, integrating cybernetics, game theory, human factors engineerig, phenomenology, mereology, military science, set theory, IR, political and philosophy. I wish to work with a mathematician who knows fuzzy and crisp sets, phenomenology, human factors, and mereology. My CV is available on request. Email.....mkazanjian@sbcglobal.net
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    Michael Kazanjian, Triton College, shared an update
    PostedFriday, May 29, 2020 at 4:10 PM
    The word "cyberethics" in my Unified Philosophy's subtitle, and the book's engineering approach to philosophy, city planning, etc., make it excellent for engineering ethics courses.
    Michael Kazanjian, Triton College, shared an update
    PostedThursday, May 28, 2020 at 3:04 PM
    My Unified Philosophy involves developing my theory of limit factors engineering, integrating cybernetics, game theory, human factors/ergonomics, mereology, phenomenology, military science, police science, IR, and political philosophy. I found a link underlying these topics. Email: mkazanjian@sbcglobal.net
    Michael Kazanjian, Triton College, shared an update
    PostedThursday, May 28, 2020 at 2:55 PM
    My third book, Unified Philosophy: Interdisciplinary Metaphysics, Cyberethics, and Liberal Arts, is a human factors, cybernetics approach to philosophy, ethics, and metaphysics. I am generalizing human factors/ergonomics to a general theory of limits. email is mkazanjian@sbcglobal.net
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