There are many excellent handbooks on the philosophy of the social sciences out there. So who needs another one? Perhaps no one, at least not now. In this post, Michiru Nagatsu and Attilia Ruzzene explain why they prepared another handbook, Contemporary Philosophy and Social Science: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, and why this is different.
At the next weeks Perspectives on Science -seminar (28.10.) Magdalena Małecka (University of Helsinki & TINT) will present her paper “On the image of the behavioural sciences in policy. Insights from the philosophy of science.“
Perspectives on Science is a weekly research seminar which brings together experts from science studies and philosophy of science. It is organized by TINT, the Centre for Philosophy of Social Science at the University of Helsinki. More information about the seminar here. Continue reading “Perspectives on Science seminar 28.10.”
At the next weeks Perspectives on Science -seminar (21.10.) S. M. Amadae (TINT) will present her paper “Anarchy vs. Dominance in International Relations”.
At the next weeks Perspectives on Science -seminar (14.10.) Alkistis Elliott-Graves (University of Helsinki & TINT) will present her paper “The Future of Predictive Ecology“.