2018-2019

Bar-Hillel Colloquium 2018-2019

 

5-6.11.2018 Physicalism and Reduction. A Jerusalem- Budapest Twin Workshop

6.11.2018 Newton. God, Nature and the Jewish People

14.11.2018 Philosphy 360

6-7.12.2018 Phenomenology and Mathematics

13.12.2018 -Edelstein Colloquium. Burt Hopkins,University of Lille. Jacob Klein and Phenomenology.

27.18.2018 – Edelstein Colloquium. Hanoch Ben-Yami, Central European University. The Quantified Argument Calculus: Introduction, Current Achievements, New Directions.

3.1.2018- Edelstein Colloquium. Elay Shech, Auburn University. Colors, Perceptual Variation, and Science.

10.1.2018- The Bar-Hillel Colloquium. Ori Belkind, The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel-Aviv University- The Principle of Relativity: A Philosophical Examination.

14.3.2019 Lecture in Memory of Professor Mara Beller . Theodore Arabatzis, Department of Philosophy and History of Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens- Rethinking the Project of Philosophical History of Science. In the The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.

28.3.2019 The Bar-Hillel Colloquium. Moritz Epple, Goete University- Frankfurt. The Theaetetus Problem: Some Remarks Concerning a History of Weak Knowledge.

4.4.2019 The Bar-Hillel Colloquium. Volker Roelcke, Director, Institute for the History of Medicine, Justus-Liebig University, Giessen- The Animal Model of Human Disease – A Core Concept of Medical Research: Historical Origins, Significant Manifestations, and some Implications.

11.4. 2019 The Bar-Hillel Colloquium. Shalini Randeria, Rector, Institute of Human Sciences, Vienna; Graduate Institute, Geneva. Dispossession and Capitalist Development: a View From India.

16.5.2019 Edelstein Colloquium. Antonella Foligno, Università degli Studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo” – Models: their Roles and their Limits

23.5.2019 The Bar-Hillel Colloquium. Orit Halpern, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Concordia University, Montreal – The Planetary Bet.

26-31.5.2019 Conference- The Multi-Level Structure of Reality.

28.5.2019 Edelstein Colloquium.Erik J. Olsson, Lund University. Explicationist Epistemology and Epistemic Pluralism.

30.5.2019 Annual Lecture in Memory of Itamar Pitowsky.

5.6.2019 Special Conference in Memory of Sam Schweber.

5-6.6.2019 Conference- The Phonological Conundrum.

16-18.6.2019- The Emergence of Number: Philosophy, Semantics, Psychology.

19-20.6.2019 Conference- Exceptionalist and Anti-Exceptionalist Perspectives on Logic.

27-28.6.2019 Workshop on Methodological Issues in Philosophy

30.6-1.7.2019  Predictive Processing and its Role in Explaining Cognition. A joint conference with Ben-Gurion University.

Israeli Aristotelian Forum