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All speakers are invited to submit papers presented at EPSA21 to a Topical Collection of the European Journal of Philosophy of Science (EJPS).
You can find more information here.
EPSA21 comes to an end this afternoon with Steven French's plenary talk.
Thanks to everyone who attended and everyone who helped in the organization of the conference.
We look forward to seeing you again in two year's time in Belgrade!
We are delighted to announce that the next biennial meeting of the EPSA will be held in Belgrade (Serbia) in September 2023. We look forward to seeing you there!
By decision of the Steering Committee, the Graduate Student Essay Prize for the EPSA21 conference is awarded to Kristian González Barman (University of Ghent) for his paper "Explanatory Holes? Testing the Limits of the Mechanistic Framework". We wish Kristian all the best for the publication of his paper and his future career!
EPSA21 kicks off this afternoon with our first plenary session: Christian List on scientific realism about free will.
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An updated version of the programme is now available here. This programme will update automatically.
The first draft of the programme for EPSA21 is now online.
Please note: the programme is subject to change at this stage.
The registration portal for EPSA21 is now open. You can register for online or in-person attendance.
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