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CFP: PhiloSTEM-6: The Sixth Midwest Workshop in the Philosophy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

By Wuthrich

11–12 April, 2014, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Department of Philosophy
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)

This workshop continues the tradition of a friendly and open exchange of ideas and work in progress.

We cordially invite submissions presenting novel contributions in the Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Technology/Engineering, or Philosophy of Mathematics (STEM). Submissions addressing historical aspects of the STEM areas will be considered, too.
Since the emphasis is not on “reading” a paper but on having a dialog with the participants, presentations should be prepared for a general audience in the philosophy of science, and presenters must be ready to break things down for non-specialists (select presentations may therefore take 90 minutes or more).
Papers should not exceed 3000 words and be prepared for double-blind reviewing. Please, upload papers, along with an abstract (150 words), to EasyChair:

Deadline: February 1
Notifications: March 1

For a list of confirmed speakers and updates check:
Organization committee: Ioan Muntean [email protected] Bernd Buldt [email protected]

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