Philosophical Methodologies and their Applications

June 19, 2012
Theoretical Philosophy Unit, Utrecht University

Stijlkamer van Ravenstijn (Room 1.06)
Kromme Nieuwegracht 80


Otávio Bueno
University of Miami
Uppsala University
Fa Muller
Erasmus University of Rotterdam
Paul Ziche
Utrecht University


Sebastian Lutz
Utrecht University

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Philosophical methodology has become a focus of recent philosophical research. This workshop aims to shed light on the problem by investigating how different methodologies are applied in practice and how they connect to the formal and the empirical sciences.

There is no entrance fee, but due to limited space, registration is required.

Contact for registration and further inquiries: sebastian.lutz (at)


  • 9:30h Welcome with tea & coffee
  • 10:00h Paul Ziche: Tolerant science. Mathematical generalizations and new methods for philosophy
  • 11:00h F. A. Muller: What  on Earth is an Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics?
  • 12:00h Lunch break
  • 13:00h Otávio Bueno: Yablo's Paradox, Once Again: A Case Study in Philosophical Methodology
  • 14:00h Sebastian Lutz: Armchair Philosophy Naturalised and Applied
  • 15:00h Discussion Forum
  • 15:30h End

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