10th UK Integrated History and Philosophy of Science Workshop
Durham is proud to host the 10th meeting of the UK Integrated History and Philosophy of Science Workshop, to be held on 16-17th April 2015. This workshop has gone from strength to strength each year, and is now well known as an especially friendly and enjoyable meeting point for historians of science, philosophers of science, and everyone in between!
Thanks so much to the sponsors who have made this possible:
- The British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS)
- The British Society for the History of Science (BSHS)
- Oxford University Press
In this 10th anniversary year the theme is 'Evidence', and we are very pleased to announce that the three plenary speakers will be Hasok Chang, Greg Radick, and Catherine Wilson.
Click HERE for a list of all abstracts
Click HERE for the FINAL SCHEDULE
The schedule for the meeting will be as follows:
Thursday 16th April
12.00-13.25 Lunch + registration
13.45-14.35 Plenary (i) – Hasok Chang (Cambridge)
TITLE: If you can spray phlogiston, is it real? Evidence and integrated HPS ABSTRACT
14.40-16.10 2x3 parallel talks
16.40-17.30 Plenary (ii) – Catherine Wilson (York)
TITLE: Experimental and Speculative Revisited: What was Behind the Rejection of "Hypotheses"? ABSTRACT
Friday 17th April
09.25-10.55 2x3 parallel talks
11.25-12.55 2x3 parallel talks
14.05-14.55 Plenary (iii) - Greg Radick (Leeds)
TITLE: Is Mendel's Evidence 'Too Good to Be True'? An Integrated HPS Perspective ABSTRACT
15.00-16.00 2x2 parallel talks
There will be a registration fee of £10 (covering lunch, tea and coffee) for anyone who wishes to attend. £8 for one day. Please note that spaces are limited - register early to avoid disappointment!
To register, or for any further details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.