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New perspectives on the relation

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Marion Thomas <[log in to unmask]>

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Marion Thomas <[log in to unmask]>

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    New perspectives on the relation
    between history and philosophy of
    science


    WE APOLOGIZE FOR MULTIPLE POSTINGS.


    Joint Meeting of the Division of History of Science
    and the Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science,
    International Union of History and Philosophy of Science

    New perspectives on the relation
    between history and philosophy of science

    To be held from October 3rd, 2 pm. until October 5th, 7 pm
    At Ecole normale supérieure,
    45 et 29, rue d'Ulm
    75005 Paris
    France
    { HYPERLINK http://www.ens.fr/international/UK/ }http://www.ens.fr/international/UK/



    Attendance is open and without charge. The plenary sessions will be
    held on
    October 3 and 4 in the Jules Ferry auditorium, underground level, 29,
    rue
    d'Ulm, and on October 5 on the main campus, 45, rue d'Ulm, in Salle
    Dussane.
    A book exhibit will be held on the main campus, 45, rue d'Ulm.
    We also remind you that a constitutive general assembly of a new
    learned
    society, Societe de philosophie des sciences, will be held on the
    morning
    of October 3rd, beginning at 9:30, in the Salle des Actes, 45, rue d'Ulm.
    All those interested in participation in this new, mainly but not
    exclusively francophone, body, are welcome to attend.
    The full program of the event is available on the Web :
    http://www.cavailles.ens.fr/annonces.html

    For information, please contact
    [log in to unmask]


    You will find below the final program.




    Symposium de la Joint Commission de la Division d’histoire
    des sciences (DHS)
    et de la Division de logique, méthodologie et philosophie des
    sciences (DLMPS),
    Union internationale d’histoire et philosophie des sciences
    (UIHPS)

    Histoire et philosophie des sciences :
    Vers une nouvelle alliance ?

    3 – 5 octobre 2002

    Ecole normale supérieure,
    29 et 45, rue d'Ulm, Paris, France


    Programme

    Jeudi 3 octobre 2002


                   Session plénière (14h30-16h30)

    14h-14h30   Ouverture du colloque – Allocutions

    14h30-15h30 M. GRENE (USA) – Toward an historical-
    ecological philosophy of science
15h30-16h30M. DASCAL (Israël) – The is/ought divide
    and the role of controversies in the history
    and philosophy of science


                    Sessions parallèles (17h-18h)

17h-17h40P. Mongin (France) – Peut-on parler de progrès dans
    une discipline normative ? L’exemple de  l’économie
    normative ?
17h40-18hA. Leplège (France) – Invariance et modèles de
    mesure dans les sciences sociales : introduction à
    l’œuvre de Georg Rasch

17h-17h20V. Kindi (Grèce) – On the relation of history of science
    to philosophy of science in the case of Kuhn
17h20-17h40J.-M. Roy (France) – L’inachèvement de la révolution
    kuhnienne : l’épistémologie historique à l’heure des
    bilans
17h40-18hS. Nazaran (USA) – Kuhn’s French Connection: Emile
    Meyerson and Hélène Metzger

17h-17h20S. Franceschelli (France) – Exigence de
    compréhension et genèse de nouvelles
    connaissances : quelques exemples dans l’étude de
    la transition vers la turbulence
17h20-17h40M. Stöltzner (Allemagne) – Can the claim for historical
    justice serve as a pragmatic motive of theory choice?
17h40-18hS. Rahman (France) – Was the Vienna circle’s project
    of a unified science the neglected child of the French
    encyclopaedists?

17h-17h20J. Wright (Australie) – Rationality and the point of
    scientific language games
17h20-17h40S. Boukhris (France) – Inductive inertia and learning
    form experience in the light of the continuum of
    inductive methods
17h40-18hB. Hardy-Vallée (Canada) – La science, l’hypothèse et
    la science de l’hypothèse


                      Sessionplénière (18h-19h)

18h-19hB.V. SUBBARAYAPPA (Inde) – Scientific
    education and Indian social milieu
Vendredi 4 octobre 2002

                     Session plénière (9h-12h30)

    9h-10h              E. McMULLIN (USA) – Philosophy of
    science has a history too!
10h-11hR. RASHED (France) – L’art analytique :
    entre histoire et philosophie
    des mathématiques
    11h30-12h30         H. KRAGH (Danemark) – The relative
    relativity of science

                    Sessions parallèles (14h-16h)

14h-15h30L. Soler, J.-P. Narboux, I. Peschard, A. Bienvenu
    (France) – Contenu, implications et influences de la
    conception kuhnienne des rapports entre histoire et
    philosophie des sciences
    15h30-16h   A. Petrovic (Yougoslavie) – Traditional and revolutionary
    knowledge

14h-15h30F. Steinle (Allemagne, Suisse), T. Arabatzis (Grèce),
    S. Mueller-Wille (Allemagne) – History and philosophy
    of science: perspectives on their interdependence
15h30-16hA. Rosenberg (USA) – Can we reconcile naturalistic
    philosophy of science and the history of science?

14h-15h30F. Burgat, B. de Montera, J. Delord (France) –
    Emotions, cognition et nouvelles perspectives sur la
    différence anthropozoologique
    15h30-16h   L. Faucher (Canada) – La psychologie évolutionniste en
    tant que théorie interdomaines

14h-14h30M. Morange (France) – The return of a forgotten
    question: What is life?
14h30-15hR. N. Brandon (USA) – Hypothetico-deductivism in the
    philosophy of biology: away from Popper and back to
    Bernard
15h-15h30I. H. Stamhuis (Pays-Bas) – Reactions of innovative
    scientists on each others’ theories. Hugo de Vries,
    Weismann and Mendel
15h30-16hP. Lorenzano (Argentine) – The relevance of
    philosophical analyses in the improvement of our
    historical understanding: the structuralist view of
    theories and the history of genetics

    Session plénière (16h30-17h30)

    16h30-17h30 R. FOX (Royaume-Uni) – The way we lived,
    and the way we live now


                   Sessions parallèles (17h30-19h)

17h30-19hM.-C. Maurel, P.-A. Miquel, J. Ricard, S. Tirard (France)
    – Les origines de la vie : aspects historique,
    philosophique et scientifique

17h30-19hA. Brenner, D. Parrochia, S. Ruphy (France) –
    L’histoire comme laboratoire ou dialectique :
    Feyerabend, Laudan et l’école française ; Une
    épistémologie bachelardienne est-elle encore
    possible aujourd’hui ? ; Unité ou pluralité des
    sciences : vers un renouvellement du débat

    17h30-18h   D. Mayo, J. A. Miller (USA) – Normative naturalism: An error
    statistical perspective
18h-18h30F. Bouchard (USA) – From Peirce and Fisher to
    contemporary philosophy of biology: Statistical
    explanations and ensemble properties
    18h30-19h   M. Bradie (USA) – Quine’s scientific epistemology

    17h30-18h   A. Kremer-Marietti (France) – Perception et conception du
    point de vue cognitif
    18h-18h30   P. Livet (France) – Le devenir des modèles connexionnistes
    18h30-19h   G. Usberti (Italie) – Materialism between metaphysics and
    ideology

    Session plénière (20h30-21h30)

20h30-21h30D. LECOURT, J.-M. BERTHELOT
    (France) – L’enseignement de la
    philosophie et de l’histoire de sciences
    dans les cursus scientifiques

Samedi 5 Octobre 2002





                    Session plénière (9h30-12h30)

10h-11hA.C. K.P. REGNER (Brésil) – Rhetoric
    and scientific rationality: A crossing point
    for the history and the philosophy of
    science
11h-12hR. FJELLAND (Norvège) – Philosophy of
    science as scientific literacy



                     Session plénière (14h-15h)

14h-15hJ. M. TORRES (Argentine) – The effect of
    methodology on life sciences bases for a
    joint program for philosophy and history
    of science




                    Sessions parallèles (15h-16h)

15h-15h20R. de Andrade Martins (Brésil) – The relevance of
    HPS to scientific practice: An axiological approach to
    scientific methodology
15h20-15h40G. Guillaumin (Mexique) – Beyond normativism and
    descriptivism in the history of science
15h40-16hJ.-C. Dupont (France) – La collaboration de Chaïm
    Perelman à la revue Dialectica (1947-1964) : une
    communication modèle entre l’épistémologie des
    sciences exactes et des sciences normatives.

15h-15h20M. Kirsch (France) – L’induction naturalisée ?
    Remarques sur le naturalisme évolutionniste
    appliqué à l’histoire et à la philosophie des sciences
15h20-15h40V. Guillin (France) – How to take a wrong turn: Anti-
    psychologism in France. Rationale for a rebuttal
15h40-16hE. Machery (France) – Concepts theories: Old ideas in
    disguise?

15h-15h20I. Yapi Ayenon (Côte d’Ivoire) – L’induction chez John
    Herschel
15h20-15h40G. Choquette (France) – Les mécanismes
    métaphoriques et métonymiques à l’œuvre dans le
    développement des connaissances
15h40-16hS. Allouche (France) – Un problème pour l’histoire et
    pour la philosophie des sciences : la notion de
    « techno-science »

15h-15h20C. K. Raju (Inde) – The influence of history on the
    philosophy of science
15h20-15h40T. Dahl (Norvège) – Ancient and modern knowledge
    production – Two different social and epistemological
    practices
15h40-16hP. Cassou-Noguès (France) – Pour une histoire des
    marges



                   Session plénière (16h30-18h30)

16h30-17h30E. MENDELSOHN (USA) – The history of
    science and its discontents: Moods and
    movements

17h30-18h30Conclusions

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