(Speakers and Titles 2015)

 

  • Claus Beisbart “Whewell’s Conception of Philosophy of Science”
  • Arianna Betti “Philosophy as an Axiomatic Science? Bolzano’s Characterization of Philosophy in Was ist Philosophie? (1849) in the light of his Theory of Grounding”
  • Denis Fisette “Psychology as Science. Franz Brentano and Auguste Comte’s Positivism”
  • Guillaume Frechette “The Descriptive Psychology Research Programme – Brentano’s Contribution to Scientific Philosophy”
  • Timmy de Goeij “Kant’s Campaign against the Synthesis of Empiricism and Rationalism”
  • Dietmar Heidemann “Kant’s discovery of realism”
  • Wolfgang Huemer “”Vera philosophiae methodus”: Brentano’s conception of philosophy as rigorous science”
  • Carlo Ierna “The Foundation of Philosophy as Science”
  • Dale Jacquette “Brentano and the Ambiguities of Scientific Philosophy”
  • Hynek Janousek “Husserl on Ideal Meaning of Science and its Expressibility”
  • Karianne Marx “Towards a ‘philosophy without a nickname’: How K. L. Reinhold sought to overcome spiritualism, materialism, dogmatic skepticism and supernaturalism”
  • Dirk van Miert “Writing the history of science around 1800”
  • Olaf Müller “On the Very Idea of Goethe’s, Schelling’s, and Ritter’s Polarity”
  • Helmut Pulte “In Praise of Scientific Sobriety: Jakob Friedrich Fries on Scientific Philosophy, Empiricism, Criticism and the Dynamisation of Kant’s Apriori”
  • Petr Rezvykh ““Dogmatismus” und “Kritizismus” in F.W.J. Schellings Frühwerk”
  • Alan Richardson “Disillusionment, Inconvenience, and Scientific Philosophy: Logical Empiricism and Philosophical Modernism”
  • Robin Rollinger “Keeping Things Real: Brentano’s Metaphysical Rejection of Bolzano and Husserl”
  • Barry Smith “Metaphysics After Darwin”
  • Peter Sperber “Philosophy’s Scientific Method: Transcendental Methodology in Kant and Fries”
  • Peter Andras Varga “To Deny Scientific Knowledge in Order to Make Room for Philosophy as Science: The Ignorabimus Debate and its Influence on Brentano’s and Husserl’s Notions of Metaphysics.”
  • Harald Wiltsche “Empiricism, Phenomenology, and Science”
  • Paul Ziche “Feelings, empiricism, and realism”
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