Philosophy of Science (PoS) Seminar

Schedule for spring 2017

The schedule will update further during February.

  • 13.2. Tuukka Kaidesoja (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Middle-Range Theorizing
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 20.2. Emrah Aydinonat (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Models and Explanation
    Snellmaninkatu 12 (Soc&kom), room 210

  • 27.2. Uskali Mäki (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Interdisciplinarity and Philosophy of Science: Issues and Ideas
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 6.3. Allard Tamminga (University of Groningen):
    Collective Obligations, Group Plans and Individual Actions (co-authored with Hein Duijf)
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 13.3. James Justus (Florida State University):
    TBA
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 20.3. Anita Välikangas and Carlo Martini (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Objectivity in Science
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 24.4. Julie Zahle (TINT & University of Copenhagen):
    Why be a methodological individualist? (with Harold Kincaid)
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 8.5. AID session:
    Democratising knowledge production: extra-academic collaboration in science and humanities
    16-18 Unioninkatu 40, room 6

  • 5.6. Wade Hands (TINT & University of Puget Sound):
    Hypothetical pattern explanations in economic science: Hayek's pattern predictions and explanation of the principle meets contemporary philosophy of science
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 12.6. Paloma Atencia-Linares (Investigationes Filsoficas-UNAM, Mexico City):
    Photography, Epistemology and Communication Models
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

  • 19.6. Magdalena Malecka (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    TBA
    14-16 Snellmaninkatu 12, room 210

For past seminars, please see here.