Conferința-eveniment “On the Objectivity of Scientific Knowledge. Models and Theoretical Representations of Structure and Progress in Science. Thomas Kuhn’s Legacy”

Institutul de Filosofie şi Psihologie “Constantin Rădulescu-Motru” al Academiei Române vă invită la o conferință-eveniment intitulată “On the Objectivity of Scientific Knowledge. Models and Theoretical Representations of Structure and Progress in Science. Thomas Kuhn’s Legacy”.

Evenimentul este deschis cu o adresă a acad. prof. univ. dr. Mircea Dumitru, vicepreședinte al Academiei Române, director al Institutului “Constantin Rădulescu-Motru”, profesor şi director al Şcolii Doctorale de Filosofie a Universității din București.

Conferențiarii includ profesori îndrăgiți ai Facultății de Filosofie, între care acad. prof. univ. dr. Mircea Flonta, acad. prof. univ. dr. Ilie Pârvu, prof. Constantin Stoenescu, prof. Dana Jalobeanu, şi alţi colegi.  

Programul conferinței include şi alte personalități de marcă ale comunității academice, cum ar fi profesorii Sandu Popescu (Royal Society, University of Bristol), Michael Potter (University of Cambridge), Graham Priest (City University of New York), David Rosenthal (City University of New York), Vasso Kindi (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Paul Hoyningen-Huene (Leibniz Universität Hannover) şi mulți alții.

O motivare detaliată a punctului de plecare al conferinței poate fi găsită aici: http://www.institutuldefilosofie.ro/e107_files/downloads/Viata%20stiintifica/On%20the%20Objectivity%20of%20Scientific%20Knowledge%20CALL%202022.pdf

Conferința este organizată de acad. prof. univ. dr. Mircea Dumitru, acad. prof. univ. dr. Ilie Pârvu şi cercetător dr. Marius Drăghici. Mai multe detalii despre eveniment sunt disponibile la adresa: http://www.institutuldefilosofie.ro/news.php?extend.161

Modalitatea de desfășurare a activităților didactice sem. I, a.u. 2022-2023

În conformitate cu decizia Consiliului Facultății de Filosofie din data de 14 septembrie 2022, activităților didactice în cadrul Facultății de Filosofie se vor desfășura după cum urmează:

  • la programul de studii de licență: integral prezență fizică;
  • la programele de studii de masterat: integral prezență fizică în perioada 1 octombrie – 13 noiembrie 2022 și 8 ianuarie – 22 ianuarie 2023; integral on line în perioada 14 noiembrie – 23 decembrie 2022. La programele de master organizate de Catedra UNESCO activitățile didactice se vor desfășura în format fizic;
  • dacă există un acord între profesor și studenți, activitățile preconizate a se realiza în format on line la masterat se pot desfășura în format fizic;
  • sesiunea de examene de la ambele niveluri de studii se va desfășura cu prezență fizică.

 

Conf. univ. dr. Dana Jalobeanu va ține The Presidential Lecture la European Society For The History of Science (ESHS)

Plenary Lectures

The Tenth Conference of the European Society for the History of Science (ESHS) will take place in Brussels (Belgium), from 7 to 10 September 2022. The theme will be Science Policy and the Politics of Science. The venue in and of itself supports the theme of the conference. Since the foundation of the Royal Academy of Science, Letters, and Fine Arts of Belgium in 1772, Brussels has been the home and venue of significant scientific institutions, from the Solvay Conferences in Physics and Chemistry to the European Commission and Research Council, which have shaped the present state of the sciences as well as their impact on our world. From a historiographical perspective, this will be an opportunity to showcase new histories of scientific institutions and modes of knowledge, networks, and nodes.

Brussels, Capital of Europe

The National Committee for Logic, History and Philosophy of Science, the Université libre de Bruxelles, and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel are proud to announce the launch of the ESHS 2022 Conference in Brussels. The Belgian capital is a cosmopolitan city that plays a leading role as Europe’s political centre and hosts many international organisations. In addition, Brussels has a wealth of outstanding museums and is home to higher education and cultural heritage institutions that preserve collections of interest for the history of science.

Source: https://eshsbrussels2022.com/ 

Encyclopedia of Early Modern Philosophy and the Sciences, Editors: Dana Jalobeanu, Charles T. Wolfe

About this book

This Encyclopedia offers a fresh, integrated and creative perspective on the formation and foundations of philosophy and science in European modernity. Combining careful contextual reconstruction with arguments from traditional philosophy, the book examines methodological dimensions, breaks down traditional oppositions such as rationalism vs. empiricism, calls attention to gender issues, to ‘insiders and outsiders’, minor figures in philosophy, and underground movements, among many other topics. In addition, and in line with important recent transformations in the fields of history of science and early modern philosophy, the volume recognizes the specificity and significance of early modern science and discusses important developments including issues of historiography (such as historical epistemology), the interplay between the material culture and modes of knowledge, expert knowledge and craft knowledge.   This book stands at the crossroads of different disciplines and combines their approaches – particularly the history of science, the history of philosophy, contemporary philosophy of science, and intellectual and cultural history. It brings together over 100 philosophers, historians of science, historians of mathematics, and medicine offering a comprehensive view of early modern philosophy and the sciences. It combines and discusses recent results from two very active fields: early modern philosophy and the history of (early modern) science.

Editorial Board
EDITORS-IN-CHIEF
  • Dana Jalobeanu University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Charles T. Wolfe Ghent University, Belgium
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
  • Delphine Bellis University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Zvi Biener University of Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Angus Gowland University College London, UK
  • Ruth Hagengruber University of Paderborn, Germany
  • Hiro Hirai Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Martin Lenz University of Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Gideon Manning CalTech, Pasadena, CA, USA
  • Silvia Manzo University of La Plata, Argentina
  • Enrico Pasini University of Turin, Italy
  • Cesare Pastorino TU Berlin, Germany
  • Lucian Petrescu Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Justin E. H. Smith University de Paris Diderot, France
  • Marius Stan Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA
  • Koen Vermeir CNRS-SPHERE + Université de Paris, France
  • Kirsten Walsh University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Source: https://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007/978-3-319-31069-5