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Kant and Philosophy of Science Today

15 June 2007

UCL Science & Technology Studies are organising and hosting the Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Conference 2007.


The two-day conference on 'Kant and Philosophy of Science Today' will run from Monday 2nd to Tuesday 3rd July in the UCL Institute Of Archaeology Lecture Theatre.

The conference aims to explore the far-reaching legacy of Kant's philosophy in current debates on philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of physics, and to foster international collaboration among scholars worldwide researching on Kantian themes in philosophy of science.

UCL representatives speaking at the event are Dr Hasok Chang (UCL Science & Technology Studies), Dr Marcus Giaquinto (UCL Philosophy) and Dr Michela Massimi (UCL Science & Technology Studies).

To find out more about the Royal Institute of Philosophy's Annual Conference, use the link at the bottom of the article.