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Franco-Mexican Advanced Seminar in History and Philosophy of Science

JUNE 21, 22, 23, 2016, Paris




Institutional partners :
- Mexico : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Facultad de Ciencias ; Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), Departamento de Filosofía.
- France, Universities : Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, IHPST, ED of Philosophy ; Paris-Diderot, SPHERE ; Nantes, CAPHI, Centre François Viète d’Histoire et Philosophie des Sciences.




Organizing committee : Cécilia Bognon (Paris 1), Pascal Crozet (Paris 7), Jean Gayon (Paris 1), Vincent Jullien (Nantes), Marina Imocrante (Paris 1), Marco Panza (Paris 1), Gaelle Pontarotti (Paris 1), David Rabouin (Paris 7).

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SCHEDULE : to Wed. 22, Thurs. 23


JUNE 21st, 2016

Venue : Paris-Diderot University, room Luc Valentin, 454A

8:50–9:00 Opening by the organizers (Pdt : Michel Bourdeau)
Session 1 : History and Philosophy of Mathematics. President : Michel Bourdeau (Paris 1)
9:00–09:40 Carlos Alvarez (UNAM)
Three moments in the junction of algebra and geometry
9:40 - 10:20 Simon Decaens (Paris Diderot) Abstraction and its roles in the development of lattice theory in the 1930s
10:20–10:50 Coffee break
10:50–11:30 Francisco Barrios (UNAM)
Newton’s vision of Modern and Ancient Analysis
11:30–12:10 Mathieu Gibier (Nantes)
La mesure des puissances dans le Phoranomus de Leibniz : une réminiscence du Ménon ?
12:40–14:30 Lunch
Session 2 : History and Philosophy of Biomedical Sciences. President : Maria de Lourdes Ramírez-Argonza (UAM)
14:30–15:10 Rosaura Ruiz, Ricardo Noguera, Juan Manuel Rodríguez (UNAM)
French Materialism in a Mexican Revolutionary : Ricardo Flores Magón
15:10–15:40 Coffee break
15:40–16:20 Ana Barahona (UNAM) New Trends in the Historiography of the Natural Sciences
16:20–17:00 Gaëlle Pontarotti (Paris 1)
A new insight into the question of gene-culture coevolution
17:00–17:30 Stéphane Tirard (Nantes)
Comments and discussion


JUNE 22 nd, 2016

Venue : Paris-Diderot University, room Luc Valentin, 454A

Session 3 : History and Philosophy of Mathematics. President : Pascal Crozet (Paris Diderot)
9:00–9:40 Jean Dhombres (EHESS)
Analytical facts / Mathematical theories / Philosophical coverage
9:40–10:20 Max Fernández de Castro (UAM) Hilbert’s finitist reasoning
10:20–10 ;50 Coffee break
10:50–11:30 Marina Imocrante (Paris 1)
Applicability of mathematics : structural accounts
11:30–12:00 Hourya Bénis-Sinaceur (Paris 1)
Comments and discussion
12:00–13:30 Lunch
Session 4 : History and Philosophy of Biomedical Sciences. President : Ana Barahona (UNAM)
13:30–14:10 María de Lourdes Ramírez-Argonza (UAM)
Consciousness and evolution
14:10–14:50 Dairon Alfonso Rodríguez-Ramírez (UAM)
Pongid’s comparative psychology
14:50–15:20 Coffee break
15:20–16:00 Jorge Martínez-Contreras (UAM)
Reflexion and evolution
16:00–16:40 Juan Manuel Rodríguez Caso (UNAM)
Historicising humans in the country and overseas : Alfred Russel Wallace, natural selection and human origins
16:40–17:10 Jean Gayon (Paris 1)
Comments and discussion


JUNE 23 rd, 2016

Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, IHPST

Session 5 : History and Philosophy of Mathematics. President : Carlos Alvarez (UNAM)
9:00–9:40 Vincent Jullien (Nantes)
On Seventeenth-Century Indivisibles
9:40–10:20 Delphine Toquet (Nantes) Francis Bacon’s role in the French Scientific Revolution
10:20–10:50 Coffee break
10:50–11:30 Carmen Martínez-Adame (UNAM) Pathological Objects in Mathematical Analysis
11:30–12:10 David Rabouin (Paris Diderot) and David Waszek (Paris Diderot)
On the graphic-linguistic distinction in mathematics
12:10–12:40 João Cortese (Paris Diderot) and Pascal Bertin (Paris Diderot)
Comments and discussion
12:40–14:00 Lunch
Session 6 : History and Philosophy of Biomedical Sciences. President : Jean Hache (Paris 1)
14:00–14:40 Erica Torrens (UNAM)
Images of power and ideology : representation of human evolution in Mexican popular visual culture
14:40–15:20 Cécilia Bognon (Paris 1)
From non-living to living matter at the turn of the 19th century
15:20–15:50 Coffee break
15:50–16:30 José Antonio Alonso (UNAM)
Niche construction theory as a model to interpret bioethical issues in modern-life environments
16:30–17:00 Victor Lefèvre (Paris 1)
Comments and discussion





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