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11th April 2009
TerezaVentura
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CALL FOR PAPERS: Science and Decision

A Alfreda lembrou-me por e-mail este importante acontecimento. Como diz e eu confirmo "parece-me importante tomar contacto com este tema na forma em que ele se encontra explorado no site. O CFCUL é parceiro desta rede e algumas das problemáticas têm pontos de contactos com as do nosso projecto, inclusivamente, no que mais de perto tem a ver com a matemática social, por um lado, e a especificidade das ciências da educação, por outro."

Por isso chamamos a atenção dos interessados neste Fórum para o

CALL FOR PAPERS : Science and Decision, SPS09

Third Biennial Congress of the Societe de philosophie des sciences (SPS)
Paris, 12-14 November 2009


Call for papers / symposia / workshops
Deadline : 4 May, 2009
Notification by June 30 at the latest.


Main theme : Science and decision

Proposals on the theme are encouraged. However proposals on any topic in philosophy of science are welcome.

The conference will comprise plenary lectures with discussants (by invitation), on the main theme of the congress; contributed symposia (3-4 speakers, 2 hrs.); workshops (exploratory, round-table, debate...: flexible format,1.5-2.5 hrs.); individual papers (30’ incl. discussion); posters. The invited speakers will be announced by mid-April.

Three broad areas are understood as falling under the main theme:
Decisions within science
Decisions based on scientific knowledge
Decision as a scientific topic.
A fuller description of the theme, with several detailed suggestions, can be found (in French) on the Society’s web page : http:// www.sps.ens.fr

A selection of papers relating to the main theme will be collected in a volume published in French at Editions Vuibert (an English edition is also envisaged). Selected papers on other topics will be published online.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Thomas Pradeu (Paris, chair); Isabelle Drouet (Leuven); Charles Girard (Paris); Brian Hill (Jouy-en-Josas); Florence Hulak (Paris); Gaell Mainguy (Paris); Pascal Ludwig (Paris).

SUBMISSIONS (deadline : 4 May, 2009)

Format

• All proposals will be blind-refereed. Please delete all identifying references and name from submissions. Submissions by e-mail or by post should comprise all nominal information, addresses etc. in a document separate from the proposal.

• Symposia and workshops: Title; theme (max. 300 words); title and abstract (max. 250 words) of each contribution.

• Individual contribution: Title, abstract (max. 250 words), preferred format of delivery (oral presentation or poster: the final decision will be made by the Program Committee).


Medium

• (Recommended). On the Society’s web page, by Easychair (submissions only in pdf format)

• By e-mail: sps09@ens.fr
• By post: Dr Stephanie Ruphy, Secretaire generale de la SPS, 11, rue du Vertbois 75003 Paris, France.


FEES AND TRAVEL GRANTS


Registration fee: SPS members: 10€; students and unemployed: 5€; non-members, employed: 60€.
A limited number of travel grants will be awarded to early-career scholars (PhD students and postdocs) whose contribution has been accepted. Applications should be made at the time of the submission, and include a brief vitae and a description of research interests (max. 250 words). The amount of the grants will depend on the number of requests and on pending applications to funding agencies.
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