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The "Kuhn 100" conference is organized in partnership between the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Bucharest (through its Department for Theoretical Philosophy) and the University's Research Institute (ICUB), specifically its Humanities Division.
The event is scheduled to take place November 18-19, 2022. It will have a mixed format, in that speakers may choose whether they present online only, or face to face at the event's location (if so, their session will enjoy a live audience, but it will also be streamed to remote participants).
Friday, Nov. 18
12pm Roman Krzanowski, The Pontifical University of John Paul II, Krakow, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Paradigms and Kuhn’s Paradigm Shift
1pm Deniz Sarikaya, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Revolutions in mathematics! The Case of Interactive Theorem Provers
2pm keynote Theodore Arabatzis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Kuhn and the Prospects of Philosophical History of Science
3pm Adam Timmins, University of York, Squaring the Circle: Or Minimising the Role of History in Kuhn’s Philosophical Work
4pm keynote Alexander Bird, University of Cambridge, Interpreting 'Structure'
5pm Dana Jalobeanu, University of Bucharest, Turning Labels into Historiographic Categories: Baconiansm and Newtonianism in early modern Europe
6pm Mihnea Dobre, University of Bucharest, Going Beyond Kuhn: Paradigms, Incommensurability, and Textbooks
7pm Lydia Patton, Virginia Tech, Anti-Foundationalism in Kuhn and Logical Empiricism
Saturday, Nov. 19
11am Mircea Flonta, University of Bucharest & Romanian Academy, O controversă filosofică tipică? Disputa Popper-Kuhn (in Romanian)
12pm Constantin Stoenescu, University of Bucharest, How much did Fleck influence Kuhn? From 'style' to 'paradigm'
1pm keynote Hasok Chang, University of Cambridge, Kuhn and science education
2pm keynote Hanne Andersen, University of Copenhagen, The Structure and development of 21st century science
3pm Hannah Sine, Villanova University, Epistemic Limitations and Specialization in Academia
4pm Qiu Lin, Cornell University, Reconstruing the Kuhnian 'Different Worlds'
5pm Hakob Barseghyan & Aayu Pandey, University of Toronto, The Mechanics of Kuhn-Loss: A Close Up
For those of you who would like to join some of the talks but have overlapping commitments, we will do our best to record the meetings whenever everyone in attendance consents to it, and to then upload the recordings on the Department's YouTube channel. Previous talks are available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgUq3dN8CXI4L6DhZT1f_Q
Event details will also be available, in due course, on the Facebook page: "Seminarul Departamentului de Filosofie Teoretica UniBuc". To register for the conference and receive connection details, please contact [email protected] on or before November 15, 2022.
In the aftermath of the conference, we would enjoy jointly exploring the possibility of publishing its proceedings. More details will be forthcoming at the time.
November 15, 2022, 9:00am EET