Program

Institute's Colloquium 2018–19

Research Coordinator

Ohad Parnes

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Philosophy and the History of Science: A Troubled Relationship?

The Institute’s Colloquium occurs once per month during the academic year, and is open to all. The usual format is 45 minutes of presentation by the paper's author, followed by 45 minutes of Q&A discussion. Coffee and cake is served after the talk.

2018

Chinese Literati and Intellectuals on Mantic Arts: A Philosophy of Divination? MPIWG Library

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50 Years of HPS. A Philosopher’s Perspective Harnack-Haus Lise-Meitner-Saal

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The Curious History of the Least Action Principle Harnack-Haus Lise-Meitner-Saal

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Where Can the Historian of Science Stand? Presentism and Philosophy in the Historiography of Science Harnack-Haus Lise-Meitner-Saal

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2019

Data and the Quest for Facts: Empirical Knowledge in the Age of Big and Open Data Harnack-Haus Lise-Meitner-Saal

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Epistemic Dynamics: Towards a Constitutive Relationship Between Philosophy and History of Science from a Premodern Perspective MPIWG Main Conference Room

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Science and Indian Nationalism MPIWG Main Conference Room

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An Awkward Proposal: Reconciling the Two Fields through Confronting Their Exclusion of Indigenous Knowledge MPIWG Main Conference Room

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How History of Science and Philosophy of Science Jointly Marginalize (Feminist and Other) Scientific Alternatives to the What Gets Known as the Scientific World View MPIWG Main Conference Room

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Philosophy of the Historiography of Science MPIWG Main Conference Room

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