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From: Clark, Stephen <srlclark-n4GrgZCOMzJRJk0cXFHbIQ <at> public.gmane.org>
Subject: CONF: The Metaphysics of Science: Causation & Natural Kinds (Paris)
Newsgroups: gmane.science.philosophy.region.europe
Date: Sunday 16th March 2014 16:18:32 UTC (over 3 years ago)
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From: A Forum for Discussion of the History of the Philosophy of Science
[[email protected]] on behalf of philippe
huneman [[email protected]]
Sent: 15 March 2014 10:42

*Workshop: *

*The Metaphysics of Science: Causation & Natural Kinds *

IHPST (CNRS/université Paris I Sorbonne)

*March 20-21, 2014 *

Organized by Andrew Mc Farland (Kansas University, IHPST) & Philippe
Huneman (IHPST)

*Schedule*

*Day 1, Thursday 20th March 2014 *

*Location:   Centre Panthéon, Université Paris I  -  Salle 14 *
*Address: **12, place du Panthéon**, 75005 Paris *

1.     10:00 - 11:15:  Françoise Longy (IHPST) - "Do We Need Two Notions
of
Natural Kind to Account for the History of 'Jade'?"

2.     11:15 - 12:30:  Andrew McFarland (Kansas, IHPST) - "Causal Structure
and Natural Kinds"

3.     12:30 - 14:30 - Lunch Break

4.     14:45 - 16:00:  Philippe Huneman (IHPST) - "Individuals, and How
They are Made of Causal Interactions"

5.     Fifteen Minute Break

6.     16:15 - 17:30:  Thomas Reydon (Hannover) - "Realism About Kinds and
the Dynamics of Classificatory Practices"

*Day 2, Friday 21st March 2014*

*Location:  IHPST, Salle de Conference*
*Address:  **13, rue du Four**, 75006 Paris*

1.     9:00 - 10:15:  Alex Manafu

2.     10:15 - 11:30:  P.D. Magnus (Albany) - "Taxonomy, Ontology, and
Causation"

3.     Ten Minute Break

4.     11:40 - 12:55:  Muhammad Khalidi (York) - "Natural Kinds as Nodes in
Causal Networks"

5.      13:00 - 15:00 Lunch

6.     15:00 - 16:15:  Matthew Slater (Bucknell) - "Anchoring in
Ecosystemic Kinds"

7.     16:15 - 17:30:  Béatrice de Montera (IHPST) - "Individual ontology:
from homeostatic stability to cohesiveness?"

8.     Fifteen Minute Break

9.     17:45 - 19:00:  Stephen Mumford (Nottingham) & Rani Anjum (Norwegian
University of Life Science) - "Understanding Causation by way of Failure"

Contact: Andrew McFarland ([email protected]); philippe
huneman (
[email protected])
--
Philippe Huneman

Directeur de recherche
Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques
CNRS/ Université Paris I Sorbonne
13 rue du Four 75006 Paris, France.
Tel. 33-1-43-54-60-36 <http://www-ihpst.univ-Paris1.fr>
www-ihpst.univ-Paris1.fr

Series editor "History, philosophy and theory in biology", Springer
Comité éditorial, Editions Materiologiques

Websites.
http://philippehuneman.wordpress.com
www.500px.com/philippehune

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