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Axis History and Philosophy of Science of Nature

History and Philosophy of Physics 2015–2016



Organizers: Nadine de Courtenay, Olivier Darrigol, Sara Franceschelli, Jan Lacki



Année en cours. Archives:
previous to 2008-2009, 2008-2009,
2009-2010, 2010-2011,
2011-2012, 2012-2013,
2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2016-2017.




PROGRAM 2015-2016
The seminar is held from 5pm to 7pm in room 483A-Malevitch, Condorcet building,
4, rue Elsa Morante, University Paris Diderot (previously Paris 7). Map.




October 6
Jean-Pierre Llored (SPHERE)
De la physique quantique à la chimie quantique : étude épistémologique d’une transformation et implications en philosophie des sciences.


October 13
João Principe Silva (University of Evora)
Poincaré et Kant: les conventions et l’usage régulateur de la raison.



October 20
Hans Radder (University of Amsterdam)
Causality, theory ladenness and reproducibility in experimental science.



November 3
Thomas Ryckman (Stanford University )
Cassirer and Dirac: From Substance and function to bras and kets.



November 10
Christiane Vilain (Observatory of Meudon)
L’astrophysique relativiste autour de 1970 ; le cas particulier de la création d’un groupe français.



January 12
Roberto Lalli (Max Planck Institut of History of Sciences, Berlin)
Building a scientific community in the post-war era: A social network analysis of the renaissance of general relativity.



January 19
Anouk Barberousse (University of Lille)
Que peut-on conclure de l’accord entre modèles et données empiriques ?



March 8
session postponed to 2016-2017



March 15
Michel Janssen (University of Minnesota)
Arches and scaffolds: Bridging continuity and discontinuity in theory change.



March 22
Angelo Vulpiani (University Sapienza, Rome)
Levels of reality in weather forecasting: The lesson by Richardson and von Neumann.