sábado, 18 de abril de 2009

Evora's first international symposium on Twentieth century philosophy of Science

O Centro de Estudos de Historia e Filosofia da Ciência promove durante o dia 23, proxima quinta-feira, uma jornada dedicada à Filosofia da Ciência. Entre os oradores destaca-se o professor Herminio Martins que nos falarà sobre a Filosofia das Ciências Sociais de Sir Karl Popper. O programa detalhado é o seguinte:

CEHFCi – Philosophy of Science Research Action
Evora's first international symposium on Twentieth century philosophy of Science
Évora – April 23, 2009
Sala 131, Colégio do Espirito Santo.

Scientific coordination:
Augusto dos Santos Fitas
João Paulo Príncipe
Maria de Fátima Nunes

Programme of the Symposium

9.30h – Welcome session
10h – Opening morning conference: Friedrich Wallner (Wien University): “Intercultural Philosophy - The Viennese Program”.
10.45 h – Discussion

11.15 h – Coffee break

Session I – chairman – Fátima Nunes (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi)
11.15h – Augusto Fitas (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi): "Influence of Vienna Circle in Portugal during the period 1930-1946"
11.45h – Marcial Rodrigues (CEHFCi) : "Philosophy of Science in Portugal (XXth century)"
12.15h – Discussion

13h – Lunch

15h – Opening afternoon conference – Herminio Martins, (ST. Anthony College, University of Oxford): "Karl Popper and the philosophy of the social sciences"
15.45h – Discussion

Session II – chairman: Augusto Fitas (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi)
16h – João Paulo Príncipe (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi) - “La nature des théories physiques d'après Maxwell et Poincaré ”.
16.30h – Rui Moreira (Fac. Ciências Univ. Lisboa/CFCUL) – “What is a physical theory?”.
16.45h – Discussion

17h - Coffe Break

Session III – chairman João Paulo Principe (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi)
17.15h – Ricardo Coelho (Fac. Ciências Univ. Lisboa/CEHFCi) - "Hertz and Wittgenstein".
17.45h – Mariana Valente (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi) – “L'image du monde dans la physique - il y a cent ans”.
18.15h – Jorge Croce Rivera (Univ. Évora/CEHFCi) –"Fernando Gil and the problem of Truth".

18.30h – Discussion

19h – Final comments by João Paulo Príncipe and Augusto Fitas

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