New perspectives on the relation
between history and philosophy of science
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 Paris, 3-5
Philosophers and historians of science, as well as scientists,
ethicists and others interested in the interrelation between history
and philosophy of science, are invited to submit - contributed papers
- contributed symposia on any topic related to the theme of the
meeting. Papers and symposia bearing on one of the topics outlined in
the second part of the announcement, "SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR
CONTRIBUTEDPAPERS/POSTERS AND/OR SESSIONS" are especially welcome.
Submissions from non-Western scholars are strongly encouraged.
All submissions should include the author's or authors'
full name, postal and e-mail addresses, institutional
affiliation(s), telephone number and a 100-word abstract.
Submitted papers may take the form of either an extended, abstract, of
maximal length 1000 words, or of a full, preliminary or final version,
of maximal length 5000 words.
Submitted symposia should include a detailed presentation of the
theme, of maximal length 1000 words, and extended abstracts of each
of the individual presentations, again of maximal length 1000 words;
alternatively, the symposium can take the form of a round-table, with
a brief presentation of the main topic developed by each of the
participants. The names and affiliations of all the participants in
symposia should be included.
Submissions by e-mail are strongly advised; the mailbox of the
conference is [log in to unmask]
The subject field should read Submission Joint Session, the body of
the message should include the factual information indicated above and
the short abstract; extended abstracts or full papers should be sent
as attached documents. Postal submissions will also be accepted; they
should be sent to the address below.
Accepted papers will be approved for either a 20-minute oral
presentation or a poster. If the author has a preference, she
should indicate it. Accepted symposia will take the form of a
90-minute session, the format being left to the discretion of the
Submissions should reach the Local committed by June 15. Authors
should be advised by July 1st. Please direct all request for
information to the conference administrative assistant, Mrs Laure
Cartron, Institut Jean Nicod [****adresse complete]