[MaFLa] Theoretical Philosophy Forum, May

Szabó Gábor gsz at szig.hu
Thu Apr 26 15:27:33 CEST 2012


Képtelen vagyok megérteni, hogy miért kell azokat az ötsoros 
absztraktokat lespórolni. :)

> THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY FORUM
> Institute of Philosophy
> Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös University
> Address: Múzeum krt. 4/i, Budapest
>
> May Program
>
> 2 May  (Wednesday) 5:00 PM  Room 226
>
> Márton Gömöri
> Institute of Philosophy, Eötvös University, Budapest
>  
> Ontological incompleteness of classical electrodynamics
>
>
> 9 May  (Wednesday) 5:00 PM  Room 226
>
> Gábor Hofer-Szabó
> Institute for Communication and Cultural Studies, King Sigismund
> College, Budapest 
>
> Bell inequality in algebraic quantum field theory
>
>
> 16 May  (Wednesday) 5:00 PM  Room 226
>
> János Tanács
> Department of Philosophy and the History of Science
> Budapest University of Technology and Economics
>  
> A Bolyaiak absurdum-vezérelt helyettesítési kísérletei a Párhuzamosok
> Problémájának megoldására (The absurdum-guided methodology of the two
> Bolyais in the attacking of the Euclidean Parallel Postulate)
>
>
> 3 May  (Wednesday) 5:00 PM  Room 226
>
> Peter Rowlands
> Science Communication Unit, University of Liverpool
>  
> TBA
>
>
> 30 May  (Wednesday) 5:00 PM  Room 226
>
> Karim Bschir
> Institute of Philosophy, Leibniz University, Hannover
> on leave from
> Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences, ETH Zurich
>  
> The Implications of Szabó's Physicalist Account of Mathematical Truth
> for Scientific Realism
>
>
>
> ___________________________________
> Abstracts and printable program (poster) are available from the web
> site of the Forum: http://phil.elte.hu/tpf (Please feel free to post
> the program in your institution!)
>
> The Forum is open to everyone, including students, visitors, and faculty
> members from all departments and institutes! Format: 60 minute lecture,
> coffee break, 60 minute discussion.
> The organizer of the Forum: László E. Szabó
> (leszabo at phil.elte.hu)
>
>   



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