Projets en cours

Responsable (s) - HUNEMAN Philippe
AMANN Bernd, GROSS AMBLARD David, CHAVALARIAS David
Personnes(s) impliquée(s) - VORMS Marion, PANZA Marco
Financement(s) - Projet ANR-16-CE38-0002-01

EPIQUE is the first project where science evolution will be studied at such a large scale (over the entire datasets like the WoS or MedLine). From the viewpoint of philosophy of science, it allows testing theories on science evolution and nature which have been formulated only by considering a few canonical texts (the “great scientists of the pasts”, which introduces numerous biases) on a corpus that can reliably be seen as a plausible testimony of scientific activity.

Responsable (s) - POGGIOLESI Francesca
Personnes(s) impliquée(s) - ARANA Andrew, BENIS SINACEUR Hourya, PANZA Marco, ROUILHAN (de) Philippe, HUNEMAN Philippe, KISTLER Maximilian
Financement(s) - ANR JCJC

Résumé : Probably one of the most under-appreciated thinkers of the XIX century is Bernard Bolzano who during his pious life elaborated milestone mathematical results as well as pioneering and fundamental philosophical concepts. Amongst the latter, following Aristotle, Bolzano attempted to analyze the idea of Abfolge, or grounding, a notion that nowadays, after decades of neglect, is at the centre of a great philosophical debate. Bolzano's work on the concept of grounding is uncompleted but rich in brilliant insights.

Responsable (s) - PANZA Marco
Partenaire (s): Laboratoire d'Histoire des Sciences et de Philosophie - Archives Henri-Poincaré - Nancy
Financement(s) - ANR Franco-Allemand
Responsable (s) - WAGNER Pierre
OKADA Mitsu - Full Professor at Keio University's Department of Philosophy
Personnes(s) impliquée(s) - FICHOT Jean, NAIBO Alberto, PANZA Marco, PETROLO Mattia, CADET Méven
AKIYOSHI Ryota, ARAHATA Yasuhiro, KASHIWABATA Tatsuta, TAKAHASHI Yuta, BENOIST Jocelyn (Professeur de philosophie contemporaine et philosophie de la connaissance à l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), MINESHIMA Koji (simulation science, Ochanomizu University), TERUI Kazuyuki (mathematical institute, Kyoto University), CODOGNET Philippe (Japanese French Laboratory for Informatics, Tokyo), JOINET Jean-Baptiste (Université Lyon 3).
Partenaire (s): Global Research Centre for Logic and Sensibility - Department of philosophy - Keio University
Financement(s) - PICS

It is usually assumed that logic is a normative science, as opposed to a descriptive science such as physics or biology. But what does that mean exactly? The answer will depend crucially on what logic actually is, and because modern logic has evolved dramatically from the time of Frege’s Begriffsschift (1879) to the present day, Frege’s classical conception of logical normativity cannot be ours anymore. This project is premised on the basic idea that the relationships between logic and computer science – more precisely: between logical proofs and computational programs – raise new issues about the very meaning of the normativity of logic.

 

Responsable (s) - GAYON Jean, HUNEMAN Philippe

Fondé en 2005, ce consortium réunit chaque année des chercheurs et doctorants des quatre universités. Il a eu à ce jour trois réunions scientifiques : Montréal (2006), Paris (2007), Toronto (2008), la prochaine réunion étant programmée pour 2008 à Duke. Le programme a eu pour effet de nombreux stages de chercheurs et de doctorants, des soutenances de thèses communes.

Responsable (s) - GAYON Jean, HUNEMAN Philippe
Partenaire (s): Université d'Exeter, Université de Milan, Université de Genève - département de philosophie, Université de Berlin, Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research
Financement(s) - Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Fondé en 2006, ce consortium a pour principal objectif une école thématique annuelle. La première a réuni 25 doctorants et post-doc à Rovigo en septembre 2008 (7 doctorants de Paris 1 y ont exposé).