SCHEDULE
11:00 am - 1 pm
"Hume's Problem Solved! A Flight of Philosophical Rhetoric"
Eugene Earnshaw-Whyte (Seneca College, Assistant Prof.)

"Successful Epistemic Representation"​
Agnes Bolinska (UoT, PhD Student)

"From Stability to Transformation: Lessons about Resilience, for Development, from Ecology"
Gillian Barker (U Western Ontario, Assistant Prof.)

1- 2.15 pm (lunch)

2.15 pm - 4.15 pm
"Natural Agency beyond Mechanism and Intellectualism: The Case of Bacterial Cognition"
Fermín Fulda (UoT, PhD Student)

"Beyond Black Box and White Box Calibration: Remote Sensing Retrieval as a New Calibration Strategy for Measurement"
Greg Lusk (UoT, PhD Student)

"The Structure of Scientific Theories"
Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther (UC Santa Cruz, Associate Prof.)


FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Format: 
1. Pre-circulated papers.
2. For each paper: 5 minute paper comment by N+1 participant; 20 minute group discussion with silent author (N); 5 minute author response.

Organizer: Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther (rgw@ucsc.edu)

Philosophy of Scientific Practices Roundtable 1:

Modelings, Representings, and Intervenings
Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology, University of Toronto
(Commons Room)
Friday, June 27, 2014.