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Axis History and Philosophy of Science of Nature

1 Natural Philosophy and Natural Sciences from Antiquity to the 16th Century


Thematics of research / Seminar / Members / 2018–2022


Natural philosophy covers, for the period concerned, a broad spectrum of disciplines : from the theory of elements to cosmology, from mineralogy to a part of psychology, through meteorology, botany and zoology. It is based on the general theory of movement and for neighborhood disciplines, on the one hand, the "intermediate" sciences (static, mechanics, optics, music) and, on the other hand, the disciplines of application such as medicine. , alchemy, astrology. The research carried out in this theme focuses on reconstructing both the textual traditions (corpus constitution, transmission and circulation problems between the various periods and the various cultural spheres : Greek, Arabic, Hebrew and Latin) and the conceptual traditions. with their own issues (analysis of foundations, innovations, use of analogies and models, role of experience, forms of mathematization ...). The topics covered, in particular those concerning the development of a world system, the analysis of the foundations of physical discipline, or the conception of the relationship between physics and mathematics, make it possible to trace paths of passage to others. themes.



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Members / Thematics /

Organisers
CORDONIER Valérie
CERAMI Cristina
ROMMEVAUX-TANI Sabine
Researchers – Phds students – Post-Docs
AARAB Ahmed
BEN GHACHEM Asma
BEN SAAD Meyssa
FREUDENTHAL Gad
HASNAOUI Ahmad
JAULIN Annick
KATOUZIAN Mehrnaz
LAMOUCHI CHEBBI Kaouthar
LAY Juliane
LOIZELET Guillaume
NONY Sylvie
OBRIST Barbara
PELLEGRIN Pierre
RICORDEL Joëlle
VERMEIR Koen