21.01.2020 – Antonio Vassallo, Does General Relativity Highlight Necessary Connections in Nature?

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14.01.2020 – Rafał Gruszczyński, On Grzegorczyk’s and Whitehead’s definitions of point.

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07.01.2020 – Katarzyna Budzyńska, Computational Ethos Lab: Ethos in Natural Language and Technology; Marcin Koszowy, Computational Ethos Lab: Authority in Argumentation and Dialogue.

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19.11.2019 – Giuseppe Primiero (University of Milan), On Computational Hypotheses and Computational Experiments

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12.11.2019 – Antonio Vassallo (University of Barcelona), Towards an ontology of quantum gravity

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22.10.2019 – Frank Zenker (ICFO, WUT), Why the replication crisis is your problem too

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05.11.2019 – Olena Yaskorska-Shah (ICFO, WUT), Natural dialogue as a source of research on argumentation

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08.01.2019 – Paweł Jarnicki (ICFO, WUT): On Ludwik Fleck’s philosophical texts and problems with their translations.

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22.01.2019 – Hajo Greif (ICFO, WUT): On not Opening the Black Box. Transparency, Opacity, and the Pragmatics of Artificial Intelligence.

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12.03.2019 – Olena Yaskorska-Shah (ICFO, WUT): Formal descriptions of natural conversation structures.

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26.03.2019 – Paula Quinon (ICFO, WUT), What “computing” means?

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09.04.2019 – Bartłomiej Skowron (ICFO, WUT): Geometry of the person.

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14.05.2019 – Roman Z. Morawski (WUT): Methodological and ethical contents in the curricula of Ph.D. studies.

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28.05.2019 – Beata Witkowska-Maksimczuk (WUT), Philosophical aspects of ectogenesis.

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11.06.2019 – Mariusz Stopa (Jagiellonian University): Introduction to category theory, the logic of sentences in topoi and an attempt to analyze the so-called co-toposes.

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Seminar on Category Theory in Philosophy and Physics, Prague, 4 July 2017 was held at the Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences. More information: http://users.math.cas.cz/kubis/2017/PhilCats/