Perspectives on Science Seminar 14.10.

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“. 

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.

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Perspectives on Science Seminar 7.10.

At the next weeks Perspectives on Science -seminar (7.10.) Jaakko Kuorikoski (University of Tampere & TINT) will present his paper titled “Mechanistic evidence and a new argument from inductive risk”. 

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.

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Perspectives on Science seminar 23.9.

At the next weeks Perspectives on Science -seminar (23.9.), Inkeri Koskinen (University of Tampere & TINT) will present her paper titled “Objectivity in Contexts”.

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.

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Perspectives on Science seminar 16.9.

At the next Perspectives on Science seminar (Monday 16.9.), Carlo Martini (San Raffaele/Helsinki) will present his paper entitled “Here, There, and Everywhere: Extrapolation and Policy Validity in Randomized Field Experiments in Economics”.

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.

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Joint practical philosophy seminar 12.6.

At the next Perspectives on Science seminar (Wednesday 12.6.), Ninni Suni (University of Helsinki) will present her paper entitled “Culpability for Implicit Prejudice”. This is a joint session with the Moral and Political Philosophy Seminar.

Moral and Political Philosophy Research Seminar (http://blogs.helsinki.fi/mpp-seminar) is affiliated with the Practical Philosophy discipline at the University of Helsinki. The seminar is a place where faculty members, postgraduate students and visiting speakers meet biweekly to discuss their ongoing work.

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.

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Perspectives on Science seminar 27.5.

At the next Perspectives on Science seminar (Monday 27.5.), Kevin Elliott (Michigan State University) will present his paper entitled “Value Judgments and Open Science: Getting Clear about Transparency”.

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.

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Perspectives on Science seminar 20.5.

At the next Perspectives on Science seminar (Monday 20.5.), Erik Weber (Ghent University) will present his paper entitled “Thinking about Lawhood in Political 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.

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