Methods in Philosophy and History & Philosophy of Science, Université de Gand

Series “Methods in Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science”

Organized by the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences and the Sarton Centre for History of Science, Ghent University

(Contact Charles Wolfe,

All meetings are in the seminar room of the Faculty Library at Rozier 44, a block away from Blandijnberg (,  Wednesdays 14.15-16.00


October 2: Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney) The Demise of Anthropological Medicine: The Challenges of Experimental Medicine and Mesmerism (different location!, room 007 at Blandijnberg 2 – groundfloor)


October 9: Ina Goy (Tübingen/Concordia): Kant on animals


October 17: Martin Lenz (Groningen):  Locke’s Theory of Ideas and the Myth of the Given (NB not on a Wednesday)


October 23: Saskia Klerk (Utrecht): Epistemology, theories of matter and pharmacology in the early Dutch Republic (1575-1700)


November 13: Chiara Elettra Ferrario (Wellington):


November 27 : Laura Felline (Louvain-La-Neuve): Scientific explanation in fundamental physics


December 18: Jens De Vleminck (Gent): Foucault and the Status of the Human ‘Sciences’


January 8: Jean-Claude Dupont (Amiens): The history and philosophy of memory traces


January 22: Falk Wunderlich (Mainz): Between Spinoza and Kant: Karl von Knoblauch’s Materialism


February 5: Matteo Mossio (IHPST, Paris): on biological organization



(Further talks, by Christine Kanz (Gent) on Constellations of Affects and the Production of New Knowledge;  Dana Jalobeanu (Bucharest) and Laura Georgescu (Gent) on experimental series (2 talks); Anne-Sophie Spann (Innsbruck) on Weltarme Ganzheit – Heidegger’s Concept of Organism and Matteo Pasquinelli (Berlin): on Kurt Goldstein and biopolitics are being scheduled for March-May)


Pour des mises à jour etc., voir  WWW.SARTON.UGENT.BE



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