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Ranulph Glanville (13 June 1946 – 20 December 2014) was an Anglo-Irish cybernetician, design researcher, theorist, educator and multi-platform artist/designer/performer, who was professor of research in Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art, London, professor of research design in the Faculty of Architecture Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and adjunct professor of design research at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne. He was known for his contributions in the field of design research, and cybernetics. Ranulph Glanville (* 13. Juni 1946 in London; † 20. Dezember 2014) war ein britischer Philosoph und Architekt. Glanville studierte Architektur an der Architectural Association School in London und promovierte 1975 bei Gordon Pask über das Thema "The Object of Objects, the Point of Points - or Something about Things". Einen zweiten Doktorgrad erwarb er mit dem Thema "Human Learning" bei Laurie Thomas. Philosophisch gehörte er dem radikalen Konstruktivismus an.
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Ranulph Glanville (* 13. Juni 1946 in London; † 20. Dezember 2014) war ein britischer Philosoph und Architekt. Glanville studierte Architektur an der Architectural Association School in London und promovierte 1975 bei Gordon Pask über das Thema "The Object of Objects, the Point of Points - or Something about Things". Einen zweiten Doktorgrad erwarb er mit dem Thema "Human Learning" bei Laurie Thomas. Philosophisch gehörte er dem radikalen Konstruktivismus an. Ranulph Glanville (13 June 1946 – 20 December 2014) was an Anglo-Irish cybernetician, design researcher, theorist, educator and multi-platform artist/designer/performer, who was professor of research in Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art, London, professor of research design in the Faculty of Architecture Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and adjunct professor of design research at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne. He was known for his contributions in the field of design research, and cybernetics. Glanville maintained a small art practice including music, video, architecture, publishing, writing and installation/land art as well as design and architecture. He has organized international conferences, exhibitions and performances, as well as taking part in them. He was internationally regarded as a lecturer, keynote speaker and consultant. He held several other professorial posts in a variety of specialisms, at universities around the world. He was Vice President of the American Society for Cybernetics for one term, from 2006 to 2009, and President of the American Society for Cybernetics for two terms, from 2009 to 2014 inclusive. He is the PhD advisor of Leon van Schaik.
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