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Contents

AID 12.9.2016 Lauri Nummenmaa, Susanna Paasonen & Christian von Scheve (moderated by Mikko Salmela) "The Affective Turn: One or Many? Conceptual and Methodological Implications"
ENPOSS 26.8.2016 Christian List - "What is it like to be a group agent?"
ENPOSS 25.8.2016 Brian Epstein - "What are social groups?"
ENPOSS 24.8.2016 Helen Longino - "Scale Matters in Epistemology and in Social Analysis"
AID 2.5.2016 Indre Žliobaite & Anna Ronkainen (comments by Carlo Martini & Laura Sibinescu) "Ethical machines: data mining and fairness"
NNPS 23.4.2015 Maria Kronfeldner: "The right to ignore: An epistemic defense of the nature/culture divide"
AID 13.4.2014 Stephen Downes & Alexander Bird: "Human nature concepts and explaining human behavior"
AID 3.2.2014 Dave Elder-Vass & Olli Pyyhtinen: "What is real and what is social in social construction?"
AID 9.12.2013 Teppo Eskelinen & Kristina Pentti-von Walzel: "Think tanks, science, and politics."
AID 14.10.2013 Mikko Mönkkönen & Olli Tahvonen: "Economics and ecology are almost alike, but do they neglect one another?"
EPSA 28.8.2013 Alison Wylie: "Epistemic Diversity: The Advantages of Collaborative Practice"
EPSA 28.8.2013 "Philosophy of Pseudoscience: Revisiting the Demarcation Problem." Symposium held at the Fourth Conference of European Philosophy of Science Association in Helsinki on 28.8.2013.
EPSA 29.8.2013 Hannes Leitgeb: "The Logic of Belief and the Stability of Reasoning"
AID 13.5.2013 Hannu Sariola & Sami Pihlström: "Defining Death: Medicine vs Humanities"
AID 15.4.2013 Juhana Vartiainen & Adrian Walsh: "Reconciling Citizens' Entitlements and Sound Public Finance – the Nordic Case: Perspectives from Economics and Political Philosophy"
AID 12.11.2012 Heikki Patomäki & Hannu Vartiainen: "Why does mainstream economics appear so self-contained and arrogant to so many? A mere misunderstanding?"
INEM 2011 Alan Kirman: "The Crisis in Economic Theory"


Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 12 September 2016. Lauri Nummenmaa, Susanna Paasonen & Christian von Scheve (moderated by Mikko Salmela) "The Affective Turn: One or Many? Conceptual and Methodological Implications"

ENPOSS 26 Aug 2016: Christian List - "What is it like to be a group agent? "

ENPOSS 25 Aug 2016: Brian Epstein - "What are social groups? "

ENPOSS 24 Aug 2016: Helen Longino - "Scale Matters in Epistemology and in Social Analysis "

"Ethical machines: data mining and fairness" Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on Mon 2 May presented by Indre Žliobaite and Anna Ronkainen, comments by Carlo Martini and Laura Sibinescu.

Maria Kronfeldner's keynote lecture "The right to ignore: An epistemic defense of the nature/culture divide" at NNPS 2015 in Helsinki on 23 April 2015.

View photos of the event here.

For more information, see the NNPS website.


"Human nature concepts and explaining human behavior." Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 13.4.2015 with Stephen Downes (Loughbourough University of Utah) and Alexander Bird (University of Bristol).

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Stephen Downes

Part 3: Alexander Bird

Part 4: Discussion


 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


"What is real and what is social in social construction?" Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 3.2.2014 with Dave Elder-Vass (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Loughbourough University) and Olli Pyyhtinen (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Turku).

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Dave Elder-Vass

Part 3: Olli Pyyhtinen

Part 4: Discussion


 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


"Think tanks, science, and politics." Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 9.12.2013 with Teppo Eskelinen (Director, Left Forum Finland http://www.vasemmistofoorumi.fi) and Kristina Pentti-von Walzel (Director, Think tank Libera http://libera.fi).

View photos of the event here.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Teppo Eskelinen

Part 3: Kristina Pentti-von Walzel

Part 4: Discussion

 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


"Economics and ecology are almost alike, but do they neglect one another?" Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 14.10.2013 with Mikko Mönkkönen (Professor in Applied Ecology, University of Jyväskylä) and Olli Tahvonen (Professor of Forest Economics and Policy, University of Helsinki).

View photos of the event here.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Mikko Mönkkönen

Part 3: Olli Tahvonen

Part 4: Discussion

 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


 

Alison Wylie's keynote lecture "Epistemic Diversity: The Advantages of Collaborative Practice" at the Fourth Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association in Helsinki on 28.8.2013.

View photos of the event here.

For more information see the EPSA13 website and www.epsa.ac.at.


 

"Philosophy of Pseudoscience: Revisiting the Demarcation Problem." Symposium held at the Fourth Conference of European Philosophy of Science Association in Helsinki on 28.8.2013.

View photos of the event here.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Massimo Pigliucci

Part 3: Carol Cleland

Part 4: Sven Ove Hansson

Part 5: Maarten Boudry

Part 6: Discussion

 

The full video is available here. For more information, see the EPSA13 website and www.epsa.ac.at.


 

Hannes Leitgeb's keynote lecture "The Logic of Belief and the Stability of Reasoning" at the Fourth Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association in Helsinki on 29.8.2013.

View photos of the event here.

For more information see the EPSA13 website and www.epsa.ac.at.


"Defining Death: Medicine vs Humanities." Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 13.5.2013 with Hannu Sariola and Sami Pihlström.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Hannu Sariola

Part 3: Sami Pihlström

Part 4: Discussion

 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


"Reconciling Citizens' Entitlements and Sound Public Finance – the Nordic Case: Perspectives from Economics and Political Philosophy." Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate seminar in Helsinki on 15.4.2013 with Juhana Vartiainen and Adrian Walsh.

View photos of the event here.

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Juhana Vartiainen

Part 3: Adrian Walsh

Part 4: Discussion

 

The full video is available here. For more information and future debates, see AID.


"Why does mainstream economics appear so self-contained and arrogant to so many?
A mere misunderstanding?" Agora for Interdisciplinary Debate -seminar in Helsinki on 12.11.2012 with Heikki Patomäki and Hannu Vartiainen.

 

For more information and future debates see AID.


Alan Kirman's keynote lecture "The Crisis in Economic Theory" at the International Network for Economic Method -conference in Helsinki.

 

For more information see the INEM website and events.



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