Looking ahead: CSCS

TINT CoE website archived

Dissertation: Säde Hormio

TINT welcomes a new visiting researcher

Routledge publishes new volume on scientific imperialism and interdisciplinarity

TINT welcomes a new visiting researcher

Philosophy at Uni Helsinki ranked 25th by QS World University Rankings

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Global Fellowship for Magdalena Malecka

An edited book on Raimo Tuomela's philosophy

A special issue on Philosophy of Interdisciplinarity published

TINT welcomes a new researcher to the research team

TINT welcomes a new visiting researcher

Jaakko Kuorikoski awarded with Jutikkala Prize

Dissertation: Luis Mireles Flores

TINT welcomes three new visiting researchers

Professor Alfred Mele visits TINT

TINT welcomes a new researcher to the research team

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26.2. Magdalena Małecka (TINT):
Economics imperialism: epistemic advancement, abuse of power, or both?
14-16 Porthania, room P673

5.3. Aki Lehtinen & Jani Raerinne (TINT):
Simulated data
14-16 Porthania, room P673

12.3. Luis Mireles Flores (TINT):
14-16 Porthania, room P673

9.4. Tuukka Kaidesoja (TINT):
14-16 Forest House, room 12 (N.B. change of venue!)

16.4. Chiara Lisciandra (TINT & University of Groningen) and Michiru Nagatsu (TINT):
Why social psychology has less impact on behavioral economics than cognitive psychology? A historical and methodological analysis
14-16 Forest House, room 12

23.4. Uskali Mäki (TINT):
14-16 Forest House, room 12

7.5. Säde Hormio (TINT):
14-16 Forest House, room 12

14.5. Kirsten Walsh (University of Nottingham):
14-16 Forest House, room 12

21.5. Jaana Virta (University of Tampere)
14-16 Forest House, room 12

4.6. Lilian O'Brien (University of Helsinki):
14-16 Forest House, room 12

Go to seminar

Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate:
"Is it up to individuals to save the world? Ethics, politics, markets, environment"
James Shortle (Pennsylvania State University)
Sami Pihlström (University of Helsinki)
Antti Iho (Natural Resources Institute Finland)
19 March 2018 14-16
Forest House, Unioninkatu 40, room 6

Fake news! Neoliberalism, post-truth politics and propensities for violence. Discussion addressing S.M. Amadae's Prisoners of Reason.
19 December 2017 16:00-18:00 + reception
Venue: Think Corner, Lounge (2nd floor), Yliopistonkatu 4, Helsinki
Event poster

Philosophy, Science, and Society – Issues of Impact and Beyond
Current Trends in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences IV
Symposium in Helsinki
15 December 2017
Symposium Program

Helsinki Workshop on Improvisation in Social and Political Action
Workshop in Helsinki
11-12 December 2017
Workshop program

Collective Responsibility
Workshop in Helsinki
17-18 November 2017
Workshop programme & abstracts

Law and Economics: Theoretical and Practical Dimensions of Interdisciplinarity
Workshop in Helsinki
9-10 November 2017
Workshop website

What to make of highly unrealistic models?
Workshop in Helsinki
12-13 October 2017
Workshop website

Economics and/or psychology? Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioral economics
Workshop in Helsinki
22-23 May 2017
Workshop website

AID-forum - Democratising Knowledge Production
8 May 2017, Helsinki
More information about the event
More information about AID

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
Conference website

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Even for philosophy of science in general, TINT must be considered one of the two most important research institutes in the world, along with the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh. It should be considered the pride of Finnish academia.

Hasok Chang
Hans Rausing Professor of History
and Philosophy of Science
University of Cambridge

TINT is by far the most sophisticated and productive institute internationally for work on the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences. TINT has continually produced cutting edge research and publications in the field and has assembled an amazing group of researchers. There is no research group anywhere addressing the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences with the sophistication and depth of TINT.

Prof. Harold Kincaid
University of Cape Town

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Prof. Jesús Zamora Bonilla

By bringing together an impressive collection of highly productive thinkers and organising thought-provoking events addressing leading edge questions in the field, Helsinki's TINT Centre of Excellence has become one of the world's leading centres for the philosophy of the social sciences.

Dr. Dave Elder-Vass
Loughborough University