Philosophy of Science

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*International Society for History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology 2007 Meeting
Exeter, United Kingdom
25 Jul 2007 - 29 Jul 2007
The International Society for History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) brings together scholars from diverse disciplines, including the life sciences as well as history, philosophy, and social studies of science..

*Technology and Globalization
Charleston, South Carolin, United States
8 Jul 2007 - 11 Jul 2007
Society for Philosophy & Technology program committee especially invites submissions on the conference theme of technology and globalization, but submissions on all aspects of philosophy and technology are welcome, including work on emerging technologies.

*Dibner Seminar in the History of Biology:2007 Topic: What is the Value of History for Science?
Woods Hole, MA, United States
14 May 2007 - 20 May 2007
The MBL-ASU History of Biology Seminar is an intensive week with annually varying topics designed for advanced graduate students, postdoctoral associates, younger scholars, and more established researchers in the history and philosophy of science.

*14th National Conference on Science and Social Responsibility
Washington, DC, United States
12 Apr 2007 - 15 Apr 2007
Promoting the Integrity of Science. In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs.

*Global Scientific Challenges: Perspectives from Young Scientists
Lindau, Germany
4 Apr 2007 - 6 Apr 2007
As part of its 75th anniversary celebrations, ICSU is organizing a conference for young scientists that will allow them to discuss some of today’s important scientific challenges in a multidisciplinary and international environment..

*The Red and the Green: Ecology and the Literature of the Left
Oxford, United Kingdom
16 Mar 2007 - 17 Mar 2007
Conference will address the fraught relationship between socialism and the natural environment by inviting readings in the ecology of left and radical writing from the Romantic period to the present..

*Workshop on the philosophy of systems biology
Exeter, United Kingdom
30 Nov 2006 - 1 Dec 2006
In order to address some of the questions being raised by scientists and philosophers of science about systems biology, a short informal workshop will be held at the University of Exeter..

*Philosophy of Science Association 20th Biennnial Meeting
Vancouver, Canada
25 Nov 2006 - 25 Nov 2006
Philosophy of Science Association 20th Biennnial Meeting. The PSA 2006 Program Committee will strive for quality, variety, innovation and diversity on the program. We encourage papers in both traditional and novel areas of philosophy of science..

*KAZIMIERZ NATURALISED EPISTEMOLOGY WORKSHOP 2006
Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
1 Sep 2006 - 5 Sep 2006
The workshop will bring together a number of leading experts with post-graduates and researchers. Over the five days, the speakers will lead workshop groups that will focus on issues dealing with naturalised epistemology and arising out of their work..

*EASST 2006: "Reviewing humanness: bodies, technologies and spaces"
Lausanne, Switzerland
23 Aug 2006 - 26 Aug 2006
EASST 2006: "Reviewing humanness: bodies, technologies and spaces".

*Future Directions in Biology Studies (FDIBS 2006)
Bloomington, Indiana, United States
26 Jul 2006 - 30 Jul 2006
FDIBS 2006 is a 4-day intensive training workshop for graduate students, advanced undergraduates, post-docs and young faculty interested in the history, philosphophy, and social studies of biology..

*Science Summer School2006
Cambridge, United Kingdom
16 Jul 2006 - 5 Aug 2006
Science Summer School presents a valuable opportunity to undertake interdisciplinary study in the Sciences with some of the University's finest teachers. Intended primarily for 2nd to final-year undergraduates, with at least a basic grounding in sciences.

*ASE Annual Conference 2006
Reading, United Kingdom
5 Jan 2006 - 7 Jan 2006
Association for Science Education For 2006, the ASE Annual Conference is returning to the University of Reading to create three days of seminars, lectures and events exploring the latest developments and resources from across science education..

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