KAZIMIERZ NATURALISED EPISTEMOLOGY WORKSHOP 2006
1st-5th September 2006
Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
The prospective key speakers are:
Mark Bickhard (Lehigh University)
Michael Bishop (Northern Illinois University)
Werner Callebaut (Konrad Lorenz Institute)
Huw Price (University of Sydney)
Bjorn Ramberg (University of Oslo)
The second half of the 20th Century has witnessed the rapid growth of an approach to epistemology that gives up on the idea of a first philosophy and argues for a close partnership with sciences such as biology, psychology, cognitive science, information theory and computing. As a result of the cross-pollination of ideas, naturalised epistemology has come to include a great richness of methodologies and approaches. 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. KNEW’06 is being organised by Marcin Milkowski (PAN, CPR) and Konrad Talmont-Kaminski (UMCS, CPR).
CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite submissions (by abstract) of papers in the area of naturalised epistemology by all summer school participants. Papers dealing with work related to the work presented by the invited speakers will be given preference. Contributed papers will have a total of half an hour presentation plus discussion time. Submission (in PDF, DOC or RTF) dead-line: June 1st, 2006. Notification of acceptance: June 10th, 2006
The workshop is mostly aimed at postgraduate students and junior researchers. Applications should include an application form (DOC | PDF) and should either be sent by e-mail (entitled ‘KNEW Application’) to or posted to: KNEW’05; Konrad Talmont-Kaminski; Philosophy and Sociology Faculty; Marie Curie-Sklodowska University; Plac MCS 4; 20-031 Lublin, POLAND.
Application dead-line: June 20th, 2006; Notification of acceptance: June 25th, 2006. Registration fee: 100 EURO (payable upon acceptance).