EPSA Newsletter 01-2016
Table of Contents:
- Presidential Address
By Prof. Dr. Stephan Hartmann (MCMP/LMU Munich).
- Philosophy of Science in Bulgaria & Greece
In the section 'Philosophy of Science in Europe' we ask scholars to fill in a questionnaire about the situation in their country for philosophy, especially philosophy of science. In this issue: Bulgaria & Greece.
- Spotlight on the Duesseldorf Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (DCLPS)
In the section 'Spotlight on Research' we take a closer look at a European research institute. In this issue: the Duesseldorf Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (DCLPS).
- Science meets Philosophy: John Peacock
In the section 'Science meets Philosophy' a scientist is invited to muse on the impact of philosophy on his or her discipline. In this issue: the British cosmologist and astronomer John Peacock.
- Women in Philosophy of Science. Three-minute interview with Alison Wylie
With this EPSA Newsletter, we launch a new section entitled 'Women in Philosophy of Science. Three-minute interview with…'. We interview prominent women in the field and ask them to tell us in three minutes what, in their view, are the bad news and the good news, respectively, for women in the field. In this issue: the American philosopher Alison Wylie.