quinta-feira, 23 de junho de 2011

Postgraduate Conference on Conventional Principles in Science

Deadline for registration: 30th June 2011


Registration is free, but all those wishing to attend must register. To register, please send an email including your personal details (name, affiliation, status) to Milena Ivanova (milena.ivanova'at'bristol.ac.uk) with the subject line "Conference Registration". The conference will take place in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Bristol on the 18th and 19th of August 2011 (Lecture Theatre 2, 9 Woodland Road, BS8 1TB).

We aim to bring together young researchers interested in the history of philosophy of science and the development of the notion of relativized a priori (from Henri Poincaré and Hans Reichenbach to Michael Friedman), as well as philosophers of physics who can provide illuminating examples of conventions in physics and analyse their role and status in relation to the notion of relativized a priori.
The conference will include both invited and contributed talks.

Keynote speaker: Michael Friedman (Stanford).
Invited speakers: Hannes Leitgeb (Munich), Eleanor Knox (London), Adam Caulton (London)

Provisional Programme 

18th August 2011

Michael Friedman, "Einstein and the a priori"
Flavia Padovani, "Measurement and the relativized a priori"
Milena Ivanova, "Preservation of conventions and structural realism"
Hannes Leitgeb, TBA

19th August 2011

Eleanor Knox, TBA
Ryan Samaroo, "Friedman's thesis"
Jonathan Everett, "The constitutive a priori and the distinction between mathematical and physical possibility"
Adam Caulton, "Symmetries, interpretation and the constitutive a priori"

(the final programme will be found here: https://sites.google.com/site/milenaaivanova/home/conference-1)

If you require further information regarding the conference, please contact Matt Farr (matt.farr'at'bristol.co.uk).

***Please note that a limited number of bursaries are available for postgraduate students wishing to attend this conference. If you would like to be considered for a bursary, please contact Matt Farr.

This conference is funded by ANALYSIS, The BIRTHA Foundation and The ALUMNI Fund, University of Bristol

Milena Ivanova

PhD Candidate 
Department of Philosophy
University of Bristol

web page: http://sites.google.com/site/milenaaivanova/

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