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Given his excellent results in primary school, he was encouraged to become a school teacher, a cursus which, at the time, did not require a baccalaureate. One of his father's clients, however, himself a Professor, understood that the young man had exceptional intellectual talents. After the war, he kept his resistant code name of Gilles. On line with these works, his next major opus, Formal Thought and the Sciences of Man , deals with the mathematical models that contribute to formalization in the human sciences. It is based on the transcendental claim that mathematics have an a priori role in producing scientific knowledge.
Scientific objectification is seen as a symbolic process through which what Grangerwill later call "formal contents" are generated. Scrutinized from the viewpoint of science in the making, the computational properties of the languages of science across fields of inquiry linguistics, economics, psychology are emphasized as reflecting specific rational practices of interest to the philosopher of science. Within a few years, he managed to set up an active research group. As a "Center for Comparative Epistemology", it specialized in the study of the modes of knowledge production across scientific fields, with a strong emphasis on the philosophy of mathematics and logic.
With its research seminar and his library, this CNRS-funded unit would soon attract students and researchers from around the world, in particular from Canada, where Granger has been a regular guest speaker and invited Professor. A major event organized in by the Center was the Conference entitled "Wittgenstein and the problem of the philosophy of science". That same year, Granger published a book on Wittgenstein, followed, much later, by a translation of Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
Granger's Essay on the Philosophy of Style, published in , highlights stylistic variations in the formal analysis of magnitude, geometry, vectors, linguistic, and action theory. These variations are seen as the proper object of philosophy, whose goal is to interpret individual ways of construing the relation between form and content. Philosophical knowledge is now seen as intimately linked to the exploration of stylistic comparisons between scientific modelizations.
Pour une Connaissance Philosophique, published in , develops further the concept of philosophical knowledge as an interpretive endeavour, focussing on the stylistic variations and their specific types of formal contents. He authored no less that eight more books after his retirement.
He has exerted a deep influence on his students and colleagues. Two books have been devoted to his work. Carnets Paris: Gallimard, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Essais sur la philosophie de Gilles Gaston Granger. Elisabeth Schwartz eds. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He received a B. He was stationed in Berlin and interrogated highly-placed Nazis, returning to the United States in In that year, he also became the founding Director of that University's Center for Philosophy of Science, serving as Director until He received the Senior U.
He died in November at the age of Peter Kemp, born January 24, , passed away August 4, Originally educated in theology at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, but very early on he became interested in philosophy, in particular French philosophy, which he studied while attending various universities in Germany and France as a research scholar. He believed that each and every human being was irreplaceable and this made him very critical towards modern technology. In the years before retirement he spent his time as a professor of pedagogical philosophy at the University of Aarhus.
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Peter Kemp wrote approximately 40 books, some of which introduced French philosophy to a broader Danish audience. Another part of his oeuvre was written in French. Jan Faye.
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Georg Kreisel After the war he returned to Cambridge and received his doctorate. Kreisel was appointed a professor at Stanford University in and remained on the faculty there until he retired in Kreisel worked in various areas of logic, and especially in proof theory, where he is known for his so-called "unwinding" program, whose aim was to extract constructive content from superficially non-constructive proofs. While a student at Cambridge, Kreisel was the student most respected by Ludwig Wittgenstein. Kreisel was also a close friend of the Anglo-Irish philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch.
They met at Cambridge in during Murdoch's year of study there. Peter Conradi reports that Murdoch transcribed Kreisel's letters into her journals over the next fifty years. According to Conradi, "For half a century she nonetheless records variously Kreisel's brilliance, wit and sheer 'dotty' solipsistic strangeness, his amoralism, cruelty, ambiguous vanity and obscenity. After retirement Kreisel lived in Salzburg, Austria. Peter Mittelstaedt November war ein deutscher Physiker und Wissenschaftstheoretiker. Mittelstaedt wurde emeritiert. Der Zeitbegriff in der Physik — physikalische und philosophische Untersuchungen zum Zeitbegriff in der klassischen und relativistischen Physik, BI Wissenschaftsverlag 3.
Auflage Weingartner Laws of Nature, Springer He was a highly relevant intellectual in the Spanish milieu, and well known abroad for his contributions to the philosophy of cosmology and biology. It seems not too far-fetched to say that he was a Spanish Russell: a logician by training, founder of the Barcelona group in logic, who unfolded his talent and opened up his interests to a much broader range of issues, becoming a public figure. After , he would abandon the Univ. In his early phase, as professor at Barcelona and founder of its logic group, he published texts on elementary logic, on set theory, on second-order logic.
But during the s some experiences would change his life and orientation. He started working for the editorial house Salvat and collaborating with renowned naturalist Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente in the publication of an encyclopaedia of animal life, Fauna. This would lead to a life-long engagement with related topics, including his opposition to bullfighting, reflections on the question of animal rights, and the presidency of Proyecto Gran Simio Great Ape.
In his approach to culture, e. A particularly relevant contribution to the literature in philosophy of physics is the paper written jointly with J. Earman, A critical look at inflationary cosmology. And the collection of papers Ciencia viva: Reflexiones sobre la aventura intelectual de nuestro tiempo , Ilya Prigogine In , he there received his doctorate with a thesis in mathematics.
His lectures and essays covered themes from the concept of cause to scientific explanation, from Leibniz to Kant, from the laws of physics to the laws of nature, from the structure of physical theories to the progress of physics, not to mention the many technical articles on quantum mechanics and special or general relativity.
He became, not just one of the most important philosophers of the exact sciences, but the one who shaped the philosophy of physics in the German speaking world. In , he spent the winter term as an invited professor at the University of California in Irvine. From to , he was a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Philosophia Naturalis. After his retirement in , he published a monumental investigation of the unity of physics in the face of incommensurable theories, Die Reduktion physikalischer Theorien. I: , Vol. II: His final book, Die Philosophie der Physiker [The Philosophy of the Physicists] Beck, , , was wrested from the ravages of an increasingly debilitating illness, and Scheibe passed away on January 7, , in Hamburg.
See The Philosopher of the Physicists. The Legacy of Erhard Scheibe. In : General Journal for Philosophy of Science 42 , Dudley Shapere - Dudley Shapere was an internationally prominent philosopher of science. He studied at Harvard University as an undergraduate and graduate, receiving a doctorate in philosophy in In he was appointed the Z. During his career, he held visiting appointments at numerous universities and research centers, notably Rockefeller University, Harvard University, and The Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
He served at the U. Shapere lectured worldwide regularly; his topics of highest demand were conceptual change, the concept of observation in science and philosophy, and the philosophical impact of evolutionary ideas in science. Dudley Shapere is survived by his wife of 42 years, Hannah Hardgrave; their daughters Elizabeth and Christine Anne; his son Alfred and daughter Catherine by his previous marriage to Alfreda Bingham; and five grandchildren. Patrick Suppes Suppes was born on March 17, , in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He grew up as an only child, later with a half brother George who was born in after Patrick had entered the army.
His grandfather, C. Suppes, had moved to Oklahoma from Ohio. Suppes' father and grandfather were independent oil men. His mother died when he was a young boy. He was raised by his stepmother, who married his father before he was six years old. His parents did not have much formal education. Suppes began college at the University of Oklahoma in , but transferred to the University of Chicago in his second year, citing boredom with intellectual life in Oklahoma as his primary motivation. In his third year, at the insistence of his family, Suppes attended the University of Tulsa, majoring in physics, before entering the Army Reserves in In he returned to the University of Chicago and graduated with a B.
Suppes was discharged from the Army Air Force in In January he entered Columbia University as a graduate student in philosophy as a student of Ernest Nagel and received a PhD in In the s Suppes and Richard C. Atkinson the future president of the University of California conducted experiments in using computers to teach math and reading to schoolchildren in the Palo Alto area. At Stanford, Suppes was instrumental in encouraging the development of high-technology companies that were springing up in the field of educational software up into the s, such as Bien Logic.
Seeded by a research grant in from the U. The students first used the system in During the s and s Suppes collaborated with Donald Davidson on decision theory, at Stanford. Their initial work followed lines of thinking which had been anticipated in by Frank P. Ramsey, and involved experimental testing of their theories, culminating in the monograph Decision Making: An Experimental Approach. Such commentators as Kirk Ludwig trace the origins of Davidson's theory of radical interpretation to his formative work with Suppes. In he was elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences for his work on mathematical psychology.
On November 13, , President George H. In he was inducted as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery. He is the laureate of the Lakatos Award for his contributions to the philosophy of science. Suppes, Patrick; Arrow, Kenneth J. Mathematical models in the social sciences, Proceedings of the first Stanford symposium. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
ISBN Including: Suppes, Patrick , Stimulus-sampling theory for a continuum of response, pp. Suppes, Patrick Axiomatic Set Theory. Spanish translation by H. Castillo, Teoria Axiomatica de Conjuntos. Humphreys, P. Introduction to Logic. Spanish translation by G. Carrasco, Introduccion a la logica simbolica. Chinese translation by Fu-Tseng Liu.
Representation and Invariance of Scientific Structures. Suppes, Patrick; Hill, Shirley A First Course in Mathematical Logic. Spanish translation. Suppes, Patrick; Luce, R. Duncn; Krantz, David; Tversky, Amos Foundations of Measurement, Vols. Anne Sjerp Troelstra Troelstra died on 7 March Daniel Vanderveken Logic, Thought and Action dans la collection Logic dir. Mario ALAI. University of Urbino "Carlo Bo". I have published and edited books and articles on Logic and Philosophy of Science. My research topics include abductive reasoning and the logics of scientific discovery.
I am currently working on topics related to causality and clinical reasoning. After postdoctoral work in the USA he returned in as research associate to the University of Geneva where he later became promoted to associate professor. In he spent one year as a research professor at the University of California in Berkeley before taking a full professorship for molecular microbiology at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel. From he was rector of the University of Basel. He retired in His scientific activities concern microbial genetics, molecular genetics and biotechnology and more specifically, bacteriophage genetics and lysogeny, phage-mediated transduction, bacterial restriction and modification systems, site-specific recombination, transposition of mobile genetic elements, molecular mechanisms of genetic variation and molecular evolution.
In Werner Arber was honored with the "Nobel Prize" in Medicine for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of molecular genetics. Werner Arber also devoted part of his activities to national and international science politics. Among others, he was for 11 years member and vice-president of the Swiss Science Council. In all of his activities he promoted broad interdisciplinary collaboration on the basis of scientific excellence of the involved partners. Selected Major Publications of Werner Arber.
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Papers on bacterial genetics. Virology 11, Cold Spring Harbor Symp. EMBO J. In: J. Shapiro ed. Mobile Genetic Elements. Academic Press, N. Genetics , FEMS Microbiol. Kaper, eds. Francisco J. He is a former Dominican Priest, ordained in , but left the priesthood that same year. John D. Barrow FRS is Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge University and Director of the Millennium Mathematics Project, a programme to improve the appreciation of mathematics and it applications, especially amongst young people and the general public.
His research interests are in cosmology, mathematical physics and astronomy. He is interested in philosophical and historical aspects of these subjects and the connections between the structure of the Universe and the existence of life within it. He was Gresham professor of Astronomy, and also of Geometry. Valentin A. In V. Kazan: Kazan Univ. Nicolas Alexandrovich Vasiliev — Science as a Self-Reflexive System. Kazan Univ. The Interrupted Flight. Essays on the Social History of Logic in Russia. British Social and Philosophical Ideas in Russia 19th —the turn of the 20th century. Simbirsk-Ulyanovsk, UlSU press, Petersburg: St.
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Research Interests Scientific realism an antirealism, empiricism, structuralism, the metaphysics of science, causation and dispositions, natural kinds, scientific modeling, scientific disagreement. He studied biophysics and philosophy at the University of Toronto before graduate work in philosophy and history of science at the University of Cambridge.
He works in a number of areas of the philosophy of science, metaphysics, and epistemology. Newton Carneiro Affonso da Costa born on 16 September in in Curitiba, Brazil is a Brazilian mathematician, logician, and philosopher. Da Costa's international recognition came especially through his work on paraconsistent logic and its application to various fields such as philosophy, law, computing, and artificial intelligence.
He is one of the founders of this non-classical logic. In addition, he constructed the theory of quasi-truth that constitutes a generalization of Alfred Tarski's theory of truth, and applied it to the foundations of science. The scope of his research also includes model theory, generalized Galois theory, axiomatic foundations of quantum theory and relativity, complexity theory, and abstract logics.
Da Costa has significantly contributed to the philosophy of logic, paraconsistent modal logics, ontology, and philosophy of science. He received many awards and held numerous visiting scholarships at universities and centers of research in all continents.
They later exhibited similar results for systems in other areas, such as mathematical economics. Da Costa believes that the significant progress in the field of logic will give rise to new fundamental developments in computing and technology, especially in connection with non-classical logics and their applications. His areas of interest are logic and its history and the history and philosophy of mathematics. He has also served in various consultative and editorial capacities and has been chief editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic since In he was awarded a senior chaire d'excellence by the ANR, France.
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In he proved the no-cloning theorem independently discovered in the same year by William Wootters and Wojciech H. In he proposed a new interpretation of quantum mechanics, later known as a version of the modal interpretation of quantum mechanics. He also worked on the philosophy of space and time, the logic of probabilistic reasoning, and the theory of explanation. Dennis Dieks and Pieter E. Vermaas, eds. Craig Dilworth, Uppsala Universitet , Sweden.
Born and raised in Canada, received his PhD in Sweden en While he is fundamentally a philosopher, Dilworth is at the same time a true generalist. He has been engaged in a wide variety of environmental projects on the local level, while at the same time developing his intellectual interests in the philosophy of science, human ecology, theoretical physics, theoretical biology, and the social sciences. He is the author of two major works in the philosophy of science, Scientific Progress and the Metaphysics of Science, and an earlier book in environmental science, Sustainable Development and Decision Making.
Curriculum Vitea and List of Publications:. Linhas de pesquisa. John Earman is a philosopher of physics. He is an emeritus professor in the History and Philosophy of Science department at the University of Pittsburgh. He remained at Pittsburgh for the rest of his career, recently retiring to become Professor Emeritus. Charles Paul ENZ. Charles Paul Enz ist ein Schweizer theoretischer Physiker. Eine wissenschaftstheoretische Analyse der Ambivalenzen technischen Fortschritts".
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Jan FAYE. University of Copenhagen. Oxford Internet Institute , University of Oxford. Luciano Floridi est un philosophe et un universitaire italien contemporain. Leiden : Editions Brill, Oxford : Oxford University Press, Tamaz Thomas V. Gamkrelidze was born in Kutaisi. His brother Revaz Gamkrelidze is also an Academician, a famous mathematician. The Akkado-Hittite syllabary and the problem of the origin of the Hittite script, "Archiv Orientalni" vol. Tokyo, Ivanov: "Indo-European language and Indoeuropeans" vols. PhD doctorat in Philosophy. Summa cum laude la plus grande distinction.
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Teaching Assistant. Teaching Fellow. Department of Philosophy. University of Pittsburgh. Fellow Belgian American Educational. Giancarlo Ghirardi is an Italian physicist and Emeritus professor of theoretical physics at the University of Trieste. He is well known for the Ghirardi—Rimini—Weber theory GRW , which he proposed in together with Alberto Rimini and Tullio Weber, and for his contributions to the foundations of quantum mechanics.
His research interests relate to variety of topics of theoretical physics; focussing since mainly on the foundations of quantum mechanics. Ghirardi is member of the editorial board of Foundations of Physics and formerly of Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Science. He is president of the Italian Society for the Foundations of Physics, of which he is one of the founding members. Ghirardi, G. Quantum Probability and Applications, L.
Accardi et al. Physical Review D Hans-Peter Grosshans born May 3, is a German theologian and philosopher of religion, with a special focus on questions and problems of hermeneutics, methodology and philosophy of science. From to he was teaching at the Faculty of Protestant Theology at the University of Tuebingen. As well he was there debuty director of the Institute of Hermeneutics. Ian MacDougall Hacking born February 18, is a Canadian philosopher, specializing in the philosophy of science.
Hacking also took his Ph. He became a lecturer at Cambridge in before shifting to Stanford in After teaching for several years at Stanford University, he spent a year at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Bielefeld, Germany, — He became Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto in and University Professor the highest honour the University of Toronto bestows on faculty in Works :. Influenced by debates involving Thomas Kuhn, Imre Lakatos, Paul Feyerabend and others, Hacking is known for bringing a historical approach to the philosophy of science.
The fourth edition of Feyerabend's book Against Method and the fiftieth anniversary edition of Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions include an Introduction by Hacking. He himself still identifies as a Cambridge analytic philosopher. Hacking defended a realism about science, "entity realism", albeit only on pragmatic and particularly experimental grounds: the electron is real because human beings use it to make things happen. This form of realism encourages a realistic stance towards the entities postulated by mature sciences but skepticism towards scientific theories. Hacking has also been influential in directing attention to the experimental and even engineering practices of science, and their relative autonomy from theory.
In that way Hacking moved philosophical thinking a step further than the initial historical, but heavily theory-focused, turn of Kuhn et al. In his later work from onward , his focus has shifted somewhat from the natural sciences to the human sciences, partly under the influence of the work of Michel Foucault. In the latter book, Hacking proposed that the modern schism between subjective or personalist probability, and the long-run frequency interpretation, emerged in the early modern era as an epistemological "break" involving two incompatible models of uncertainty and chance.
As history the idea of a sharp break has been criticized, but competing 'frequentist' and 'subjective' interpretations of probability still remain today. Foucault's approach to knowledge systems and power is also reflected in Hacking's work on the historical mutability of psychiatric disorders and institutional roles for statistical reasoning in the 19th century.
He labels his approach to the human sciences "dynamic nominalism" or, alternately, "dialectical realism" , a historicised form of nominalism that traces the mutual interactions over time between the phenomena of the human world and our conceptions and classifications of them.
In Rewriting the Soul: Multiple Personality and the Sciences of Memory, by developing a historical ontology of Multiple Personality Disorder, Hacking provides a discussion of how people are constituted by the descriptions of acts available to them see Acting under a description. In Mad Travelers he documented the fleeting appearance in the s of a fugue state in which European men would walk in a trance for hundreds of miles without knowledge of their identities. In , he was awarded the first Killam Prize for the Humanities, Canada's most distinguished award for outstanding career achievements.
In , he was made a Companion of the Order of Canada. Hacking was appointed visiting professor at University of California, Santa Cruz for the Winters of and On August 25, , Hacking was named winner of the Holberg International Memorial Prize, a Norwegian award for scholarly work in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology. Danziger, Jr.