TINT welcomes a new visiting researcher
Dissertation: Luis Mireles Flores
TINT welcomes three new visiting researchers
Professor Alfred Mele visits TINT
TINT welcomes two new researchers
The TRINITY project website published
Pöyhönen, Samuli (2016). "Value of cognitive diversity in science". Synthese.
MacLeod, Miles; Mäki, Uskali (2016). "Interdisciplinarity in action: philosophy of science perspectives". European Journal for Philosophy of Science.
Mäkelä, Pekka; Walsh, Adrian (Forthcoming). "We-thinking as the motivational driver for socially responsible behaviour". In Handbook on the economics of social responsibility: individuals, corporations and institutions. Lorenzo Sacconi and Giacomo Degli Antoni (eds.).
Mäki, Uskali (2016). "Philosophy of interdisciplinarity. What? Why? How?" European Journal for Philosophy of Science. [Download PDF]
Mäki, Uskali (Forthcoming). "Modelling Failure". In Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science - Proceedings of the 15th International Congress (Helsinki). Ilkka Niiniluoto, Päivi Seppälä, Elliott Sober (eds). College Publications, UK. [Download PDF]
Favereau, Judith (2016). "Expérimentations. Expériences randomisées en économie du développement et économie des conventions". In Philippe Batifoullier et al. (eds), Dictionnaire des conventions. Villeneuve d’Asq: Presse Universitaire du Septentrion, 2016.
Rolin, Kristina (2016). "Values, standpoints, and scientific/intellectual movements". Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. 56: 11-19.
Salmela, Mikko; Nagatsu, Michiru (2016). "Collective emotions and joint action: beyond received and minimalist approaches" Journal of Social Ontology. 2(1), 33-57
Tuomela, Raimo; Mäkelä, Pekka (2016). "Group Agents and Their Responsibility." Journal of Ethics 20 (1), 299-316.
Economics and/or psychology? Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioral economics
Workshop in Helsinki
22-23 May, 2017
Book launch: "The Ethical Underpinnings of Climate Economics"
8 March 2017, Helsinki
University of Helsinki Main Building, Room 8 (Fabianinkatu 33, 3rd floor)
Interdisciplinary Futures: Open the Social Sciences 20 years later
19-20 January 2017, Lisbon
Current Trends in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences III
8 December 2016, Helsinki
The Fifth Conference of the European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS 2016)
24-26 August 2016, Helsinki
Helsinki Symposium on Philosophy of Psychiatry: Culture, Extended and Embodied Cognition and Mental Disorders
30 June - 1 July 2016, Helsinki
The Human Condition – Conference in Honour of Georg Henrik von Wright’s Centennial Anniversary
20 May 2016, Helsinki
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