2017

2016-2017 Bar-Hillel Colloquium 

2016-2017 Edelstein Colloquium

28-30.6.201 Linguistic Perspectives on Causation

20-21.6.2017 Alternative Logics and Natural Languages

19-21.6.2017 International Workshop- Rational Animals?

14.6.2017 Keith Lehrer, the University of Arizona- Knowledge, Truth and Evidence

8.6.2017 HPS Students Conference

7.6.2017 Jennifer Corns, University of Glasgow- Pain is not a Natural Kind

10.5.2016 Ute Deichmann,Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Jacques Loeb Centre – Bacon, Popper or Polanyi? The philosophy of modern experimental biology and the impact of the big data revolution

3.5.2016 Klodian Coko, The Edelstein Center for History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine- On the Multiple Determination of Experimental Results

26.4.2017 Fernando Vidal, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona- The History of the “Cerebral Subject” as History of the Present

20.4.2017 Phenomenology and Science

19.4.2017 2017 Annual Lecture in Memory of Prof. Itamar Pitowsky. Robert Spekkens, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

22.3.2017 The Descent of Man. Celebrating the Publication of the First Hebrew Translation.

22.3.2017 Snait Gissis, Tel Aviv University- Evolutionary-Biological Discourses and Emerging Social Sciences: Sociologies and Psychologies at the Turn of the 19th Century

15.3.2017 Igal Galili, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- Newton’s First Law: Text, Translations, Lost meaning and Implications to Representation of Newton’s theory.

8.3.2017 Tal Golan, University of California, San Diege- Science, Water and Nation Building: The Birth of the National Water Carrier and the Battle Over the Identity of Israel.

1.3.2017 Dan Baras, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- Do Extraordinary Types Cry for Explanation?

25.1.2107 Lecture in Memory of Professor Mara BellerAna Simoes, Centro Interuniversitario de Historia des Ciencias e da Tecnologia, Portugal- Shifting European Centers and Peripheries: The Case of Portugal and Naturalist Correia de Serra (1751-1823)

18.1.2017 John Bickle, Mississippi State University- Little-e Eliminativism in Recent Molecular and Cellular Cognition

4.1.2017 Sam Freed, University of Sussex- A Role for Introspection in AI Research- a Case of (Seriously) Interdisciplinary Research

21.12.2016 Pnina Geraldine Abir-Am, Brandeis University- The Discovery of RNA Splicing at 40: (2017, 1977) History, Memory, and Social Justice

14.12.2016 Varda Bar, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- 100 Years of Electricity: 1730-1830

7.12.2016 Ofer Gal, University of Sidney- The Real Issue

16.11.2016 Alyssa Ney, University of California- Physics and Fundamentality