Modeling of Human Behavior as Individual Branch of Physics and Mathematics.- Why Laws of Classical Physics Have Their Form.- Fodor-Kim Dilemma.- Strong Emergence via Constitutive Fields.- Non-Cartesian Dualism and Meso-Relational Media.- Modeling of Human Behavior Within the Paradigm of Modern Physics.- Emergent Phenomena Caused by Bounded Capacity of Human Cognition.- Epilog: Physics and Human Mind.- References.- Index.
Ihor Lubashevsky received his Ph.D. from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 1980. He went on to become an assistant professor at Moscow State University, followed by a post as leading staff scientist at the theory department of the A. M. Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences. Present he is a professor at the Complex Systems Modeling Lab, The University of Aizu, Japan.
Professor Lubashevsky's research experience and interests include statistical physics, non-equilibrium many-particle systems, synergetics, sociophysics, medical physics and related philosophical issues.
He has published a textbook with R Mahnke and J Kaupuzs, Physics of Stochastic Processes - How Randomness Acts in Time, with Wiley in 2008.