Annual Bergen Philosophy of Science Workshop

October 19, 2023 - October 20, 2023
Philosophy, Univ. of Bergen

Seminar room 1st floor
12-13 Sydnesplass
Bergen 5007

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Leiden University


University of Bergen

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Invited speakers: 

  • Sam Schindler (Aarhus): Two types of discovery: Nobel meets Kuhn
  • Elena Popa (Krakow, Jagiellonian Univ.): Causality, Evidence, and Local Psychiatric Knowledge: A Case for Pluralism 
  • Rose Trappes (Exeter): Behaviour as Disposition or Interaction 
  • Veli-Pekka Parkkinen (Bergen): Unique identifiability assumptions in methods and philosophy of causal enquiry. 
  • Daniel Kostic (Leiden): Pragmatics for Explainable AI
  • Cyrille Imbert (Univ. Lorraine): The Cognitive and Social Process of Computing Pseudo-Random Numbers for Scientific Applications: Ingredients for a Reliability Crisis

Contributed speakers:

  • Lorenzo Casini (Lucca/LMU): High-level Causation and Causal Inference (w/ A. Moneta) 
  • Henrik Røed Sherling (Cambridge) & Benjamin Chin-Yee (Cambridge): Clinical Communication: A Model for Scientific Assertion? 
  • Benedetta Spigola (Lisbon): What is it like to be a conservation law? Between laws and principles 
  • Johannes Nyström (Stockholm): Predictive success and theoretical stability: on the soundness of the two-variable no-miracles argument 
  • Aditya Jha (Cambridge): On the Continuum Fallacy: Is Temperature a Continuous Function?
  • Andrei Marasoiu (Bucharest): Representation and design in network models of category deficits 

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October 15, 2023, 9:00am CET

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