Transversal: Call for papers on Georges Canguilhem (30/01/18)

New deadline: January 30th, 2018.

Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science is pleased to announce a Call for Papers dedicated to Georges Canguilhem. We are expecting to receive submissions related to Canguilhemian History of Science, and the impact it caused in the subsequent historiography. Thus comparative analysis between Canguilhem and other authors is welcomed, as well as case studies that search to evaluate the conception of scientific development advocated by the French author, exploring its current relevance and intrinsic limits.

Considering the characteristic of Canguilhem’s unity of thought, articles addressing his philosophy in relation to his epistemological project and history of science will be appreciated.

We are also expecting book reviews of Georges Canguilhem’s recent translations or reprints, as well as books about the Canguilhemian work.

In addition to English articles, Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science accepts articles in French, Portuguese and Spanish for evaluation, but after approval for publication the author should send the final version in English.

Submission details:

Author Guidelines

Submissions must be received by  December 30th2017 January 30th 2018 via the webpage of the Journal www.historiographyofscience.org, so they can be considered for the June 2018 issue. There you will also find thorough instructions for authors.

Submissions must be prepared for double blind review. Notification of acceptance, or refusal or propositions for correction will be sent by April 30th2018.

For any further information concerning this Call for Papers, please contact:

Prof. Fábio Ferreira de Almeida, Federal University of Goiás, Goiania, Brazil. E-mail: fabioferreiradealmeida@gmail.com

Prof. Guillaume Le Blanc, Paris Dauphine University, France. E-mail: guillaume.le-blanc@orange.fr

For any further information concerning this Journal, please contact the Editors-in-chief below.

Prof. Mauro L. Condé, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. E-mail: mauroconde@ufmg.br

Prof. Marlon J. Salomon, Federal University of Goiás, Goiania, Brazil. E-mail: marlonsalomon@ufg.br

 

Gaston Bachelard und die deutschsprachige Philosophie

Dienstag, 21. November 2017  / Alter: 4 Tage

Internationale Tagung, 7. bis 9. Dezember 2017, Domäne Marienburg, Haus 52 Raum 101

GASTON BACHELARD UND DIE DEUTSCHSPRACHIGE PHILOSOPHIE: Kultur, Erkenntnis, Einbildungskraft

GASTON BACHELARD ET LA PHILOSOPHIE ALLEMANDE: culture, connaissance et imagination

Internationale Tagung 7. – 9. Dezember 2017

Domäne Marienburg | Haus 52 Raum 101

Donnerstag 7.12.

15.00 h | Andreas Hetzel und Rodolphe Calin| Begrüßung und Einführung

15.30 h | Kaja Tulatz | Tübingen
Phänomenotechnik als Nichtkantianismus? Bachelards ambivalente Reformulierung des Noumenon-Konzeptes und ihre Implikationen für die Bestimmung der Form naturwissenschaftlicher Praxis

16.45 h | Monika Wulz | Zürich
Imagination und Epistemologie

Freitag 8.12.

11.30 h | Thomas Gil | Berlin
Das Wirken des Geistes: Wissenschaft und Poesie

13.30 h | Rodolphe Calin | Montpellier
Bachelard et le problème de l’unité des formes de la culture

14.45 h | Antje Géra | Hildesheim
« Je schlichter das Bild, desto größer die Träume »  Das Politische der Kindheit bei Gaston Bachelard und Walter Benjamin

16.15 h | Dominique Pradelle | Paris
Structures de l’historicité des sciences selon Bachelard

17.15 h | Andreas Hetzel | Hildesheim
Eine postmentalistische Theorie der Einbildungskraft

Samstag 9.12.

9.30 h | Julien Lamy | Lyon
Bachelard lecteur de Nietzsche: un état des lieux, et quelques perspectives

10.30 h |Augustin Dumont | Montréal
Bachelard und die romantische Einbildungskraft. Kritische Überlegungen zu einem deutsch-französischen Kulturtransfer

11.45 h | Abschlussdiskussion

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