Hamburg/Vienna Summer School with Ted Sider

Tomorrow - July 19, 2024
Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna

Vienna
Austria

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Rutgers - New Brunswick

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University of Vienna
Universität Hamburg
University of Vienna

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The phlox research group and the Emmy Noether Group Relevance are delighted to announce that the 2024 Hamburg/Vienna Summer School will be taught by Ted Sider (Rutgers). This year's topic will be *Fundamentality in Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science*.

*Description*

The course will explore connections between metaphysical issues about fundamentality, and the philosophy of physics. We'll begin with a survey of the metaphysical issues, concentrating on David Lewis’s theory of natural properties. Then we'll discuss some of the following topics: laws of nature, the structure of space, symmetries, structural realism, and the role of mathematics in physical theories.

The course will take place from Monday, July 15th to Friday, July 19th 2024 at the University of Vienna. For more information, please visit

        https://hamburgersommerkurs.wordpress.com

*Call for attendance*

We very much welcome external participants to the Summer School, though only a limited number of spaces are available. If you would like to participate, please send a registration email, attaching (i) a brief CV, and (ii) a short letter indicating how the course would benefit your work, to


sommerkurs (at) gmx (dot) de


Registration is open until April 30th; we will notify applicants by the 10th of May.


We can grant 6 travel bursaries of up to 500€, if you would like to apply for one, please mention so in your application email.

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April 30, 2024, 11:45pm CET

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