Past ENPOSS

ENPOSS 2016
University of Helsinki, Finland
August 24-26 2016

Keynote speakers (to hear a talk, click on the title):
- Helen Longino (Stanford University)
Scale Matters — In Epistemology and in Social Analysis
- Brian Epstein (Tufts University)
What are social groups? Their metaphysics and how to classify them
- Christian List (LSE)
What is it like to be a group agent?

To see the conference program, click here.

 

RT/ENPOSS 2015
University of Washington, USA
8-10 May, 2015

Keynote speakers (to hear a talk, click on the title):
- Abby Stewart (University of Michigan):
Judging Others in the Academy: Implications of Uncertainty and Bias
- William Wimsatt (University of Minnesota, University of Chicago):
Scaffolding and Entrenchment in Cultural Evolution

To see the conference program, click here.
To see the 2015 RT/ENPOSS special issue of Philosophy of the Social Sciences, click here.

 

ENPOSS 2014
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain
10-12 September, 2014

Keynote speakers (their talks are not available):
- Margaret Gilbert (University of California, Irvine):
Due to unfortunate circumstances, Margarey Gilbert was unable to attend the conference. We warmly thank Paul Roth for accepting to replace her:
- Paul Roth (University of California, Santa Cruz):
What Would It Be to Be a Norm?
- Uskali Mäki (University of Helsinki):
Scientific Imperialism: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

To see the conference program, click here.
To see the ENPOSS 2014 special issue of Philosophy of the Social Sciences, click here.

 

ENPOSS/RT 2013
University of Venice Ca’ Foscari, Italy
3-4 September, 2013

Keynote speakers (their talks are not available):
- Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania):
Punishment, Reward and Compensation in Ultimatum Interactions
- Nancy Cartwright (University of Durham/ University of California San Diego):
Will Your Policy Work? Experiments vs. Models

To see the conference program, click here.
To see the 2013 ENPOSS/RT special issue of Philosophy of the Social Sciences, click here.  The title of the issue should have been “Selected Papers from the ENPOSS/RT Meeting.”

 

ENPOSS 2012
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
September 21-23 2012
 
Keynote speakers (to see a talk, click on the title):
- Peter Hedström (Institute for Futures Studies):
Macro Dynamics: A Simulation Perspective
- Philip Pettit (Princeton University):
Three Doctrines in Social Ontology
- Stephen Turner (University of South Florida):
What Can We say about the Future of Social Science?
- Björn Wittrock (Uppsala University)
Social Sciences in Their Contexts, Reconstructions and Continuities

To see the conference program, click here.
To see the ENPOSS 2012 special issue of Philosophy of the Social Sciences, click here.

 

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