Philosophy of Science in a Forest 2016 (PSF 2016)

May 19, 2016 - May 21, 2016
Nederlandse Vereniging voor Wetenschapsfilosofie (NVWF)---Dutch Association for Philosophy of Science

Postweg 9
Doorn 3941 KA
Netherlands

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Keynote speakers:

Matteo Colombo
Tilburg University
Federica Russo
University of Amsterdam
Katie Steele
London School of Economics

Organisers:

Marcel Boumans
University of Amsterdam
Fa Muller
Erasmus University of Rotterdam
Jan Sprenger
Tilburg University

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This conference is intended for an academic audience working or interested in philosophy of science in the broadest possible sense. Every three years, the Dutch Society for the Philosophy of Science (DSPS; in Dutch: Nederlandse Vereniging voor Wetenschapsfilosofie, NVWF), organises this interational conference. The original idea was to collect everybody in one place who is active in this area of philosophy at an academic level (PhD-students, professors, lecturers, readers, post-docs) in the Netherlands and Flanders and retreat in a forest.

Besides these plenary lectures, there will be parallell sessions for contributed speakers with talks lasting 45 minutes including Q&A (no more than two parallel sessions at every time). Everyone can submit a contribution.

The conference site, Kaap Doon, is easily reachable by public transport from Utrecht, a major hub in the center of the Netherlands. Check https://9292.nl/en# for more information.

The conference is a typical on-site conference with all meals and refreshments included. Don't be shocked by the registration fees---you get value for money and you can choose from different packages, too. You need to register via the link below. 

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May 12, 2016, 11:45pm CET

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