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Continental Philosophy and the Sciences: Speakers

Isabelle Stengers (Professor of Philosophy, University of Brussels) —

To Think is to Construct — Why did Deleuze Strongly Differentiate Between Scientific Functions

and Philosophical Concepts?

Michael Friedman (Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University) —

Ernst Cassirer and Contemporary Philosophy of Science

Gary Gutting (Professor of Philosophy, Notre Dame University) —

What Is Continental Philosophy of Science?

Patrick Heelan (Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University) —

Husserlian Phenomenology, Measurement, and Quantum Theory

Pierre Kerszberg (Professor of Philosophy, University of Toulouse) —

Natural Science and the Experience of Nature

Thomas Posch (Professor of Astronomy, Institute of Astronomy, Vienna) —

Hegel's Anti-Reductionism: Remarks on What is Living of his Philosophy of Nature

Babette Babich (Professor of Philosophy, Fordham University) —

‘A Problem with Horns ... the Problem of Science Itself’ — On Nietzsche, Heidegger, and a Critical Philosophy of Science

Christopher Norris (Professor of Philosophy, University of Cardiff) —

'Fog Over Channel, Continent Isolated’: New Bearings in Epistemology

and Philosophy of Science

Eduard Marbach (Professor of Philosophy, University of Bern) —

On Bringing Consciousness Into the House of Science —

With the Help of Husserlian Phenomenology

David Webb (Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Staffordshire University) —

Foucault, Bachelard and Complexity in Microphysics

Matthew Ratcliffe (Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Durham) —

Mirror Neurons: An Illustration of the Interplay between Phenomenology and Neuroscience

Paul-Antoine Miquel (Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Nice) —

From an Immanentist to an Emergentist Approach to Evolution: Between Bergson and Darwin

Ray Brassier (Research Associate, Middlesex University) –

Black Sunrise: Scientific Enlightenment and the End of Phenomenological Enchantment