Friday 25th September 2015
Leech Hall, St John’s College, Durham University
The aim of this workshop is to critically examine the significance and place of Heidegger’s thought in philosophy of science and to bring it into dialogue with contemporary issues.
Joseph Rouse (Wesleyan) – ‘Lawfulness, Natural Necessity and Heideggerian Ontology’
Trish Glazebrook (Washington State) – ‘Climate Justice and the Mathematization of Nature’
Denis McManus (Southampton) – ‘Being in the world and the view from nowhere’
Adam Beck (London Met) – ‘Heidegger, Carnap, Gödel and Nothing Else’
This workshop was made possible by the generous support of the Department of
Philosophy Durham University, the Aristotelian Society, the Mind Association and the British Society for the Philosophy of Science.