Philosophy of Science Colloquium, February

Laszlo E. Szabo leszabo at hps.elte.hu
Tue Jan 18 00:26:31 CET 2005


P h i l o s o p h y   o f   S c i e n c e   C o l l o q u i u m
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
Room 6.54 (6th floor)  Monday 4:00 PM
Pazmany P. setany 1/A  Budapest, Hungary
Phone/Fax: (36-1) 372 2924
http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium

PROGRAM - February

A printable poster is available here:
http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2005/February/poster.pdf


7 February 4:00 PM 6th floor 6.54
Language: English, except if all participants speak Hungarian

M a r t a   U j v a r i 
Philosophy, Corvinus University of Budapes

Cambridge change and sortal essentialism

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2005/February/#1


14 February 4:00 PM 6th floor 6.54
Language: Hungarian

A g n e s   K o v a c s
HPS, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest*
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* Agnes Kovacs is a graduate student majoring in chemistry. She is working on 
a student research project under the supervision of L. Ropolyi at the HPS 
Department [L. E. Szabo]

Feminista tudomanykritika, ismeretelmelet es tudomanyfilozofia
(Feminist science criticism, epistemology, and philosophy of science)

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2005/February/#2


21 February 4:00 PM 6th floor 6.54
Language: English

M i c h a e l   G r i f f i n
Philosophy, Central European University, Budapest

Leibniz's Necessitarianism

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2005/February/#3


28 February 4:00 PM 6th floor 6.54
Language: Hungarian

V i k t o r   B i n z b e r g e r
Department of Philosophy and History of Science
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Az MI hermeneutikai kritikaja
(The hermeneutic critique of AI)

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2005/February/#4

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The colloquium is open to everyone, including students, visitors, and faculty 
members from all departments! 
The 60-minute lecture is followed by a 10-minute break. Then we hold a 
30-60-minute discussion. The participants may comment on the talks and are 
encouraged to initiate discussion through the Internet. The comments  should 
be written in the language of the presentation.

The organizer of the colloquium: Laszlo E. Szabo (email: leszabo at hps.elte.hu)

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L a s z l o   E.   S z a b o
Theoretical Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Eotvos University, Budapest
http://hps.elte.hu/leszabo

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