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An online seminar series promoting discussion of epistemic decolonization.
For more information, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-is-epistemic-decolonization-online-seminar-series-tickets-127446105733
 

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1/15/2021
-3/22/2021
 


A discussion on COVID-19 scientific controversies with epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch and philosopher Jonathan Fuller.


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1/19/202112:00pm to 1:30pmAlex Magee


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1/22/2021
-1/23/2021
 


The DCLPS is organising a one-day Zoom-workshop on THINKING ABOUT THE CULTURAL EVOLUTION OF THINKING
Date & Venue: January 22, 2021, Zoom
Website: http://dclps.phil.hhu.de/tacet/

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1/22/202110:00am to 6:00pmChristian J. Feldbacher-Escamilla



The Poster Forum allows scholars to discuss work in a different format than in regular PSA sessions (which is doubly true for a virtual session) and also offers an opportunity to present a greater diversity of work not included in regular sessions, including teaching and outreach and engagement activities. 

The 2021 Virtual Poster Forum occurs over three Fridays (Jan. 22, Jan. 29, and Feb. 5) from 12:00 - 15:00 EST. Each day will feature three sessions organized around a common theme (see schedule below). These sessions will include an introduction by a well-known scholar in the field, followed by breakout sessions with poster participants. In addition to these virtual live sessions, attendees will also have access to a virtual poster exhibit, which showcases posters and short videos. 

Registration, which is free for PSA Members, is required for the event. To register and learn more, visit the registration page.

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Sponsored by UC Irvine Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science

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1/22/202112:00pm to 3:00pmRyan Feigenbaum



The Poster Forum allows scholars to discuss work in a different format than in regular PSA sessions (which is doubly true for a virtual session) and also offers an opportunity to present a greater diversity of work not included in regular sessions, including teaching and outreach and engagement activities. 

The 2021 Virtual Poster Forum occurs over three Fridays (Jan. 22, Jan. 29, and Feb. 5) from 12:00 - 15:00 EST. Each day will feature three sessions organized around a common theme (see schedule below). These sessions will include an introduction by a well-known scholar in the field, followed by breakout sessions with poster participants. In addition to these virtual live sessions, attendees will also have access to a virtual poster exhibit, which showcases posters and short videos. 

Registration, which is free for PSA Members, is required for the event. To register and learn more, visit the registration page.

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Sponsored by UC Irvine Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science

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1/29/202112:00pm to 3:00pmRyan Feigenbaum


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1/31/2021 


For more information, visit: https://pencelab.be/events/ds2-2021/

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1/31/2021 


Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP), 47th annual meeting, 2021, June 28-July 2, 2021

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1/31/2021 Armin Schulz



The Poster Forum allows scholars to discuss work in a different format than in regular PSA sessions (which is doubly true for a virtual session) and also offers an opportunity to present a greater diversity of work not included in regular sessions, including teaching and outreach and engagement activities. 

The 2021 Virtual Poster Forum occurs over three Fridays (Jan. 22, Jan. 29, and Feb. 5) from 12:00 - 15:00 EST. Each day will feature three sessions organized around a common theme (see schedule below). These sessions will include an introduction by a well-known scholar in the field, followed by breakout sessions with poster participants. In addition to these virtual live sessions, attendees will also have access to a virtual poster exhibit, which showcases posters and short videos. 

Registration, which is free for PSA Members, is required for the event. To register and learn more, visit the registration page.

Sponsored by:

Sponsored by UC Irvine Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science

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2/5/202112:00pm to 3:00pmRyan Feigenbaum


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2/11/2021
-2/14/2021
 


The 20th annual Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and Physics Graduate Conference will take place on June 24-25, 2021 over Zoom. We are pleased to announce that James Owen Weatherall (University of California, Irvine) will be giving the keynote address.

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2/12/2021 Martin Zelko


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2/28/2021 


The Ann Johnson Institute (AJI) for Science, Technology and Society at the University of South Carolina welcomes applications for a one-day book manuscript workshop to be held in Winter/Spring Term 2022. 

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3/1/2021 


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3/4/2021
-3/7/2021
 


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3/5/2021
-3/6/2021
 


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3/5/2021
-3/19/2021
 


For more information, visit: https://pencelab.be/events/ds2-2021/

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3/15/2021
-3/18/2021
 


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3/28/2021
-4/7/2021
 


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3/31/2021 


Special Issue of the Review of Philosophy and Psychology on Cultural Variation in Cognition.
Editors: Edouard Machery, Stephen Stich, and Joshua Knobe Deadline: April 1, 2021


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4/1/2021 


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4/20/2021 


For more information, visit: https://philevents.org/event/show/85406

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4/22/2021
-4/23/2021
 


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4/30/2021 


Dear friends & colleagues,
It is our pleasure to announce the next meeting of the Société de philosophie des sciences (SPS : https://www.sps-philoscience.org/that will take place on September 8 – 10 2021 at the University of Mons (Belgium). 
Organising committeeAntoine Brandelet (University of Mons), Anne Staquet (University of Mons), Jérémy Attard (University of Mons), Alice Van Helden (University of Namur), Bertrand Hespel (University of Namur), Dominique Lambert (University of Namur).
 
The main theme of the 2021 congress will be: “Sciences and scientificity”
More information can be found on the website.
Please find below  some inspiring key words:
-       Science and pseudoscience
-       Challenges imposed by the evolution of scientific practices (e.g. open data, participatory science, publication of negative results)
-       Production of ignorance (scientific expertise, fake news, merchants of doubt, etc.)
-       Scientific values, scientific integrity and evaluation of science
-       Scientific culture (“public understanding of science”)
 
NOTA BENE: any proposal for a contribution on any topic in the field of philosophy of science will be considered.

The meeting is composed of:
(1) Invited speakers: Marion Vorms (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Jean-Pierre Cléro (Centre Bentham Paris & Université de Rouen), Stephan Lewandowsky (University of Bristol), Guillaume Lecointre (Muséum national d’histoire naturelle), Alan Sokal (New York University & University College London), Brigitte Axelrad (Université de Grenoble, vice-présidente de l'AFIS). 
(2) Symposia (In English or French) of 3-4 interventions on one specific theme; the total length of a symposium is 1:30-2:00 depending on the number of included interventions. Symposia are highly recommended, notably if they include both scientific and philosophical interventions.
(3) Individual papers (In English or French), suitable for a 30-minute presentation (discussion included),
 

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4/30/2021 Antoine Brandelet


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5/5/2021
-5/7/2021
 Ã–zlem Yilmaz and John Dupré


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5/21/2021 


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5/29/2021
-6/2/2021
 


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6/15/2021 


Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP), 47th annual meeting, 2021

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6/28/2021
-7/2/2021
 Armin Schulz


For more information, visit: https://ppe.liberalarts.vt.edu/2020/10/30/cfp-synthese-topical-collection-on-strategic-justice-conventions-and-game-theory/

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6/30/2021 


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7/1/2021 


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7/8/2021
-7/14/2021
 


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7/25/2021
-7/31/2021
 


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8/24/2021 


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8/27/2021
-8/28/2021
 


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8/31/2021 

New Open Access Journal: Philosophy of Medicine
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