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Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) Fourth Biennial Conference, University of Toronto, Canada, 26-29 juin 2013 (date limite de soumission : 1 décembre 2012).

SPSP Fourth Biennial Conference

Location: University of Toronto, Canada
Event Date: 26-29 June 2013
Submission Deadline: Dec. 1, 2012
Notification of acceptance: 1 February 2013
Main Contact: Andrea Woody, awoody@u.washington.edu
Keynote speakers will include: Rachel A. Ankeny (University of Adelaide) James Griesemer (University of California at Davis) Arthur Fine (University of Washington), (and 1-2 others expected).

Information regarding submissions can be found at: www.philosophy-science-practice.org/en/abstracts/new_abstract/

The Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) aims to create an interdisciplinary community of scholars who approach the philosophy of science with a focus on scientific practice and the practical uses of scientific knowledge. For further details on our objectives, see our mission statement at: http://www.philosophy-science-practice.org/en/mission-statement/

The SPSP biennial conferences provide a broad forum for scholars committed to making detailed and systematic studies of scientific practices — neither dismissing concerns about truth and rationality, nor ignoring contextual and pragmatic factors. The conferences aim at cutting through traditional disciplinary barriers and developing novel approaches. We welcome contributions from not only philosophers of science, but also philosophers working in epistemology and ethics, as well as the philosophy of engineering, technology, medicine, agriculture, and other practical fields. Additionally, we welcome contributions from historians and sociologists of science, pure and applied scientists, and any others with an interest in philosophical questions regarding scientific practice.

We welcome both individual papers, and also strongly encourage proposals for whole, thematic sessions with coordinated papers, particularly those which include multiple disciplinary perspectives and/or input from scientific practitioners. You may wish to involve other members of SPSP (a listing is available on our website) or post a notice to the SPSP mailing list describing your area of interest and seeking other possible participants for a session proposal. (To post to this list, please send your email to: spsp-members@philosophy-science-practice.org. Only members can post to this list).

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