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RESEARCH IN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN SCIENCE

2ND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DANISH NETWORK IN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

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Tidspunkt

fredag 23. januar 2015, kl. 08:00 - lørdag 24. januar 2015, kl. 16:00

Program

Please see abstracts and list of participants in the pdf files below.

Activity

Fri 9:00?9.30

Arrival and coffee

Fri 9.30?10.45

Johanna Seibt (45 + 30 min): 'Philosophy of Social Robotics': A New Variety of Philosophy of Science?

Fri 10.45?12.00

Jesper Ryberg (45 + 30 min): Neuroscience in the Criminal Justice System – Ethical Perspectives

Fri 12.00?13.00

Lunch

Fri 13.00?14.30

Advanced training in philosophy of science
Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen: “Socio?scientific issues as a means of producing literacy in science and in science studies”
General discussion of challenges and experiences

Fri 14.30?14.45

Coffee

Fri 14.45?16.05

Contributed papers(25 min talk; 15 min discussion)
Martin Mose?Bentzen: Black boxes on wheels: Methodological and ethical problems in biological artificial intelligence
Henrik Zinkernagel: The limits of science and their role in (philosophy of) science education

Fri 16.05?16.45

Upcoming conferences
SPSP2015 (submission closed), EPSA2015 (deadline papers March 1), ISHPSSB2015 (deadline papers Jan 15), CLMPS2015 (submission closed), IHPST2015 (deadline papers Feb 28), as well as PSA2016 and SPSP2016 (CfP not announced yet). Discussion of paper and symposia proposals, mentoring possibilities, writing workshops, etc.

Fri 16:45?18:00

Søren Harnow Klausen (45 + 30 min): No Cause for Epistemic Alarm: Collaborative Science, Knowledge and Responsibility

Fri 18?20

Dinner and break

Fri 20.00?

Planning of activities in the network’s focus area “New trends in general philosophy of science”

Sat 8.00?9.00

Breakfast

Sat 9.00?10.15

Samuel Schindler (45 + 30 min): Theoretical fertility

Sat 10.15?10?55

Contributed paper (25 min talk, 15 min discussion):
David Budtz: Responsible Research and Innovation – From policy concept to scientific practice

Sat 10.55?11.10

Coffee

Sat 11.10?12.00

Peter Sandøe: Teaching RCR from BA to senior level

Sat 12.00?13.00

Lunch

Sat 13.00?15.00

Contributed papers (25 min talk, 15 min discussion):
Mikkel Willum Johansen: Computers, hope, and mathematics
Gry Oftedal: Causal specificity in biology
Sven Erik Rugh: On limits and boundaries in physics and cosmology: is a final theory of everything possible

Sat 15.00?15.20

Wrap?up and evaluation