A Tudománytörténet és Tudományfilozófia Kutatócsoport 2016. október 3-án szeretettel meghív minden érdeklődőt következő rendezvényeire:

12:00 - Prof. Michael Quante (University of Münster): "Hegel, Marx and Their Critique of the Market" (szeminárium)

14:00 - Prof. Michael Quante (University of Münster): "Physician Assisted Suicide: The German Debate" (előadás)

A programok helyszíne: 1014 Budapest, Országház u. 30., 224-es terem.

A Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont Filozófiai Intézetének Tudományfilozófia és tudománytörténet kutatócsoportja tisztelettel meghív minden kedves érdeklődőt

 
 
elnevezésű kétnapos nemzetközi konferenciájára.
 
A konferencia ideje: 2016. április 11-12.
A konferencia helyszíne: 1014, Budapest, Országház utca 30., MTA BTK, Pepita Terem.
 
Program
2016. 04. 11.
14:00-15:00: Christian Damböck: Carnap, Reichenbach, Freyer. The social adaptiveness of ethics, in the context of Logical Empiricism and the German Youth Movement
15:00-16:00: André Carus: A Program for Social Science in the Spirit of Logical Empiricism
 
16:00-16:30: Coffee break
 
16:30-17:30: Ádám Tamás Tuboly: Philipp Frank and the Crisis of Logical Empiricism
17:30-18:30: Anne Siegetsleitner: Frank on Relativity in Ethics and Science
 
18:30-19:00 Coffee break
 
19:00-20:00: Friedrich Stadler: Philipp Frank and the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion - A Case Study on Relativism and Philosophy of Science in the Cold War Period (1940-1968)
 
 
2016. 04. 12.
10:00-11:00: Gábor Zemplén: Some Newtonian roots with some sociological offsprings
11:00-12:00: Markus Seidel: Political Philosophy and Sociology of Science: The Case of Neurath, Mannheim and Fleck
 
12:00-13:30: Lunch break
 
13:30-14:30: Hans-Joachim Dahms: Logical Empiricism and Modern Architecture. Biographical and systematical links
14:30-15:30: Iulian Toader: Improper Concepts and Scientific Knowledge
 
15:30-16:00: Coffee break
 
16:00-17:00: Elisabeth Nemeth: Kant’s conception of the human mind historicised and sociologised. An essay on Michael Friedman and Edgar Zilsel
17:00-18:00: Thomas Uebel: Neurath on 'Verstehen'
 
18:00-18:30: Coffee break
 
18:30-19:30: Martin Kusch: Wittgenstein as a commentator on the anthropology of colour

A Tudománytörténet és Tudományfilozófia Kutatócsoport szeretettel meghív minden érdeklődőt Dr. Andrew Huddleston (Birkbeck College, University of London) november 9-én, délután 16 órától tartandó, "Nietzsche on the Health of the Soul" című előadására.

Abstract
Health (particularly of the soul [Seele]) is a central concept in Nietzsche’s work. Yet in the most philosophically-sophisticated secondary literature on Nietzsche, there has been fairly little sustained treatment of just what Nietzschean health consists in. In this paper, I aim to provide an account of some of the central marks of this psychic health: resilience, discipline, vitality, a certain positive condition of the will to power, a certain tendency toward integration, and so on. This exposition and discussion will be the main task of the paper. Then in the concluding section of the paper, I consider a line taken in some related secondary literature, which would suggest that health might ultimately be understood in formal or dynamic terms, relating to one’s will to power and/or the unity of one’s drives. I will present the beginnings of an argument against such an account of health. In focusing on the formal and dynamic side exclusively, it cannot get the full story. In particular, it seems to me to miss the normative dimension that is essential if we are to understand health properly. As I shall suggest, the core concept of Nietzschean health is not fully explicable except by reference to normative terms.

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