Philosophy of Science Colloquium, May

Laszlo E. Szabo leszabo at philosophy.elte.hu
Mon May 1 17:01:25 CEST 2006


Philosophy of Science Colloquium
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
Room 1.817 (1st floor)  Monday 4:00 PM
Pazmany P. setany 1/C  Budapest, Hungary
Phone/Fax: (36-1) 372 2924
http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium

Program: May


8 May  4:00 PM  1st floor 1.817
Language: English

Richard D. McKirahan
Classics Department, Pomona College, Claremont, CA
 
Zeno's Arguments against Motion

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2006/May/#1
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15 May  
No seminar session! (Horwich Conference, Pecs)
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22 May  4:00 PM  1st floor 1.817
Language: Hungarian

Tamas Demeter
Institute for Philosophical Research
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
 
Miert nincsenek tobbszorosen megvalosithato tulajdonsagok?
(Why are there no multiply realisable properties?)

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2006/May/#3
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29 May  4:00 PM  1st floor 1.817 
Language: English

Balazs Gyenis
HPS, University of Pittsburgh
 
Maxwell and the normal distribution

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2006/May/#4


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The 60-minute lecture is followed by a 10-minute break. Then we hold a 
30-60-minute discussion. 

The colloquium is open to everyone, including students, visitors, and faculty 
members from all departments! 

A printable poster is available from here:
http://philosophy.elte.hu/colloquium/2006/May/poster.pdf
Please feel free to post it in your institution!

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://philosophy.elte.hu/leszabo

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