Programme

Format: 2017-08-18
Format: 2017-08-18

HOPOS in the 19th and 20th centuries 1

Early modern life science and natural history

Philosophy of Mathematics

History and Philosophy of Economics

Boyle in and out of context

Operation and Vizualization in Physics and Psychophysics (Part 1)

Operation and Vizualization in Physics and Psychophysics (Part 2)

Transformation of Essentialism in Early Modern Thought (Part 1)

Transformation of Essentialism in Early Modern Thought (Part 2)

Narratives of Scientific Change

Early Modern Mechanisms and the Contemporary Mechanisms Debate (Part 1)

Physics and Metaphysics in Leibniz

On the Prehistory of Mathematical Structuralism

Spinoza and Modern Science (Part 2)

Spinoza and Modern Science (Part 1)

Logical Empiricism and the Special Sciences (Part 2)

Logical Empiricism and the Special Sciences (Part 1)

Experimentation and Hypothesis

HOPOS in the 20th century 3

HOPOS in the 19th and 20th centuries 3

Critical Readings of Cartesian Physics

HOPOS in the 19th century

Proof and Justification in Mathematics

Primary Matter: From Pure Potentiality to Res Extensa and Beyond (Part 1)

Primary Matter: From Pure Potentiality to Res Extensa and Beyond (Part 2)

Kantian Foundations for Exact Sciences: Beyond Euclid and Newton (Part 1)

Kantian Foundations for Exact Sciences: Beyond Euclid and Newton (Part 2)

Theories of Space between Science and Metaphysics (Part 2)

Theories of Space between Science and Metaphysics (Part 1)

Networks and Visual Models in Science

HOPOS: Methods and Contexts (Part 2)

HOPOS: Methods and Contexts (Part 1)

Aristotelianism and the Early Modern Scientia: Rejected but not Forgotten (Part 2)

Aristotelianism and the Early Modern Scientia: Rejected but not Forgotten (Part 1)

Foundations of Mathematics through its History (Part 2)

Foundations of Mathematics through its History (Part 1)

HOPOS in the 19th and 20th centuries 2

HOPOS in the 20th century 2

KEYNOTE 1: Dennis Des Chene (Wash. U., St Louis) – Figura in Natural Philosophy

William James as Scientific Philosopher

KEYNOTE 2: Cristina Chimisso (Open University) – Philosophies of the normal

HOPOS in the 19th and 20th centuries