CELFIS – arhiva

Seminarul CELFIS este seminarul de cercetare al Centrului de Cercetare în Logica, Istoria și Filosofia științei. Din 2009, seminarul are loc în fiecare miercuri, de la ora 18, în amfiteatrul Titu Maiorescu, la Facultatea de Filosofie (Splaiul Independentei 204). Seminarul CELFIS este un forum de discutie si de prezentare a ideilor, in cadrul caruia sunt invitati sa vorbeasca cercetători și studenți din țară și străinătate. Seminarul CELFIS este organizat de Dana Jalobeanu.

Formatul seminarului este următorul :

  • 1 oră de prelegere
  • Horia-Roman Patapievici - Structura cosmologiei lui Dante - (52)1 ora de discutii

Unele dintre prelegerile CELFIS sunt filmate (gasiti linkurile mai jos). Ne gasiti si pe facebook (programul CELFIS este postat pe https://www.facebook.com/alegefilosofia)

 

Seminarul CELFIS urmărește :

  • Incurajarea dialogului in comunitatea academica romaneasca
  • Dezvoltarea comunitatii de specialisti in logica, istoria și filosofia științei din Romania, si racordarea ei la subiectele si intrebarile curente de pe piata internationala a ideilor
  • Facilitarea unor intalniri intre cercetatori din Romania si cercetatori de la universitati americane sau europene
  • Oferirea unor modele de comunicare academica si dialog pe teme filosofice (din care studentii sa poata invata)
  • Familiarizarea studentilor cu activitatea de cercetare in filosofie

 

Daca doriti sa sustineti o comunicare in cadrul seminarului CELFIS, trimiteti un titlu si un rezumat pe adresa: dana.jalobeanu@celfis.ro_DSC3801

 

 

Centrul de Cercetare in Logica, Istoria si Filosofia Stiintei (CELFIS)

CELFIS este unul dintre cele mai active centre de cercetare ale Universităţii din Bucureşti, cu activităţi de cercetare fundamentală şi aplicată în domeniile logicii, filosofiei şi istoriei ştiinţei. Membrii CELFIS participă la programe de cercetare naţionale şi internaţionale cu accent pe istoria şi filosofia ştiintelor naturii.

CELFIS SEMINAR 2015-2016

7 OctoberRob Iliffe (University of Sussex), The Newton Project as a solution to the problem of intellectual coherence

DSC_6354 You can find here a recording of the talk and following discussions.

4 October – Round table discussion on the book: Psihologia poporului roman, by Daniel DavidDSC_6559

Invited speakers: Daniel David (Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj), Cosima Rughiniș (University of Bucharest), Ruxandra Ivan (University of Bucharest), Radu Umbreș (SNSPA). Moderator: Sorin Costreie (University of Bucharest)

You can see here the recording of the debate.

21 October Kirsten Walsh (Institute for Research in Humanities, University of Bucharest), Newton as a ModellerDSC_7446

You can see here the recording of the talk and subsequent discussions.

28 OctoberFabrizio Baldassari (Institute for Research in Humanities, University of Bucharest), How much living bodies fit Descartes’ natural philosophy. The role of botany

You can see here. a video recording of the talk and subsequent discussions.

DSC_48964 NovemberDaniel Garber (Princeton University)  “History not so faithful, as might have been wish’d”: Bacon, Error, and the Royal Society

See the video recording here.

11 NovemberF. A. Meschini (Università del Salento),  De L’Homme à la Description du corps humain: sur les traces du parcours du chyle. Descartes et la digestion

18 NovemberDelphine Bellis (Radboud University Nijmegen), Nos in Diem Vivimus: Gassendi’s Probabilism and DSC_8125Academic Philosophy from Day to Day

The recording of the seminar  can be found here.

25 NovemberConstantin C Brincus (University of Bucharest), The Nature of Logical Principles See here for a recording of the seminar and discussions.

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2 DecemberAdrian Currie (University of Calgary), Hot Blooded Gluttons: Coherence & Method in Historical Science

A recording of the seminar and discussions can be found here.

9 DecemberCiprian Jeler (Institute for Research in Humanities, University of Bucharest), On some recent ambiguities of the concept of “group selection” in philosophy of biology

15 DecemberSorin Bangu (University of Bergen), Methodological Remarks on the Experiments on Infants’ Mathematical Abilities

6 January Michael Deckard (Lenoir-Rhyne University and Institute for Research in the Humanities-ICUB, University of Bucharest), Two Cultures Interweaving: Art and Science in Mendelssohn’s Letters on Sentiments

13 JanuaryDivna Manolova (Institute for Research in Humanities, – ICUB University of Bucharest) , Theodore Metochites and Nikephoros Gregoras on philomatheia and polymatheiadsc_3268

20 January –  Alette Fleischer (Amsterdam University)Nature, Knowledge and Networks: Exchanging and examining local and exotic plants in 17th century Holland

2 March Cristi Stoica (Horia Hulubei Institute, University of Bucharest), Do we live in a mathematical structure?

9 MarchPeter Anstey (Sydney University & Institute for Research in the Humanities-ICUB, University of Bucharest), John Locke on the Standardization of Length

16 MarchVincenzo de Risi (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin), Proving an Axiom qua Axiom. On the mathematical epistemology of Gerolamo Saccheri and the discovery of non-Euclidean geometry

23 MarchTinca Prunea-Bretonnet (University of Bucharest), Evidence, certainty, consent. Rethinking central methodological notions within the Berlin Academy

30 MarchLavinia Marin (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), From the Textual to the Digital University

6 April – Michael Hunter (Birbeck College, London)The Enlightenment Rejection of Magic: Sceptics and their Milieux in Eighteenth-century Englanddsc_2295

13 AprilMartin Lenz (University of Groningen), Intersubjectivity in Early Modern Philosophy: Spinoza on the Division of Cognitive Labour

19 April (extra CELFIS seminar)- Andrew Irvin (University of British Colombia), Two Theories of Academic Freedom

20 April – Alexandra Parvan (University of Pitesti), Metaphysical Care: Ontology of disease and Ontology of the Patient

27 AprilLaura Georgescu (Ghent University), Retrospectiveness and prospectiveness in experimentation

11 MayIlinca Damian (University of Bucharest), Inventions and representations. The break between art and science

18 MayAlberto Vanzo (University of Warwick) Leibniz on Innate Ideas and Kant on the Origin of the Categories

25 May – Ovidiu Babes (University of Bucharest & Vasile Goldis University, Arad)On the shift of geometrical problem solving: Descartes and some of this precursors

 

Programul seminarului CELFIS (2014-2015)

SEMESTRUL I

1 Octombrie

Miklos Redei (London School of Economics): John von Neumann: The Power of Mathematics and the Moral Responsibility of Scientists

 

8 Octombrie

Mihnea Dobre (Universitatea din Bucuresti) Filosofia experimentala a secolului al XVII-lea si experimentalismul cartezian322

 

 

15 Octombrie

Radu Ionicioiu (Departamentul de Fizica Teoretica, Institutul de fizica si inginerie nucleara Horia Hulubei ) Complementarity: from wave-particle duality to delayed-choice experiments

 

22 Octombrie

Iordan Avramov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences & NEC) Rivers of Letters and Oceans of Print: The Many Book Roles of Henry Oldenburg, 1641-1677WP_20150526_12_34_26_Pro

 

 

29 Octombrie

Angus Vine (University of Stirling), Bacon and the Management of Knowledge

 

5 Noiembrie

Charles Wolfe (University of Ghent), From Medicina mentis to Materialist Philosophy of Mind: A Problem of Naturalization?

 

12 noiembrie

Adriana Sora (University of Bucharest), Explicatia constiintei. Clarificări conceptuale

 

17 noiembrie (seminar CELFIS exceptional)

Sam Fletcher (MCMP) The Topology of Intertheoretic Reduction_DSC3828

 

19 noiembrie

Slobodan Perovic (University of Belgrade) “Niels Bohr’s Complementarity and the Experimental Method”

 

26 Noiembrie

Arianna Borrelli (Technical University, Berlin),

The search for “new physics” in today’s theoretical and experimental particle research: a philosophical and empirical study of physicsts’ stances to speculative models

 

3 decembrie

Doina Cristina Rusu (Academia Română Filiala Iași & Universitatea din București) Gender issues in early modern science: books of secrets and their public

 

10 decembrie

Virgil Iordache (Universitatea din București) O abordare a problemei complexităţii naturii şi societăţii

14 ianuarie

Enrico Pasini (University of Pisa) Leibniz between Platonism and Aristotelism

21 ianuarie

Constantin C. Brîncuș (Romanian Academy, Iasi Branch), The Epistemic Significance of Valid Inference – A Model-Theoretic Approach.
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SEMESTRUL II

Horia-Roman Patapievici - Structura cosmologiei lui Dante - (25)18 februarie

Alexandru Dragomir (University of Bucharest), Edgington’s Verificationist Thesis in an Epistemic Temporal Framework

25 februarie

Cristi Stoica (Institutul de Fizica Horia Hulubei), “Singularities: tears in the fabric of space-time?”

4 martie

Tzuchien Tho (Institute for Research in Humanities, University of Bucharest)

Efficient and final causality in the development of Leibniz’s dynamics

11 Martie298

Silviu Velica (University of Bucharest) The Monty Hall problem in Independence-Friendly Logic

18 Martie

Sorana Corneanu (University of Bucharest) Temperaments and virtues: the care of the mind in late Renaissance medico-philosophical contexts

1 AprilieHoria-Roman Patapievici - Structura cosmologiei lui Dante - (20)

Horia Roman Patapievici (University of Bucharest), Structura cosmologiei lui Dante. Modul de constructive

Gasiti inregistrarea conferintei aici (precum și mai multe fotografii de la eveniment)

 

8 aprilie

Sven Dupre (Max Planck Institute) Secrets and Experiments: Della Porta’s Optics between Reading and
Doing _DSC3757

Gasiti inregistrarea conferintei aici (precum si fotografii de la eveniment).

 

 

29 aprilie

Alexandra Ion (Institute of Anthropology “Francisc I. Rainer” & University of Bucharest), Collecting human bodies: early 20th century anthropological knowledge as a culture of visualisation.

 

6 mai

prof. Gorun Manolescu (Politehnica Bucuresti) “Mihai Draganescu: O noua paradigma a informatiei”

13 mai

Iovan Drehe (Academia Romana, Filiala Iasi), Dialectica ca dar divin: de la Platon la Bacon

 

 

20 maiWP_20150520_18_47_56_Pro

Ed Slowick (University of Wynona) A Note on Kant as Precursor
of Mach: Reconsidering Kant’s Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science
from a Huygensian Frame.

 

Inregistrarea conferintei se poate urmari aici.

 

27 mai

Peter Anstey (Sydney University) Locke and Leibniz on cohesion.WP_20150527_18_04_01_Pro