Thursday, 11 Nov 2021
08:00AM - 06:00PM
Douglass
Childcare
08:00AM - 06:00PM
Tilghman
Nursing Mothers' Room
08:00AM - 06:00PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Registration
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Key Ballroom 11
AAPT-PSA Teaching Hub
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Teaching philosophy of science
Moderators
Melissa Jacquart, University Of Cincinnati
Introduction to the AAPT-PSA Teaching Hub
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Melissa Jacquart, University Of Cincinnati
Thinking Science: Information Technology and People
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Ellen Hart, University Of Bristol
Robust Classrooms: Redesigning Science Learning Environments
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Hannah Howland, Pyatok
Vadim Keyser, Vadimkeyser@gmail.com
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Key Ballroom 01
Committee for Integrated HPS
Format : In-Person Presentation
Moderators
Hasok Chang
What Is a Canonical Case?
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Agnes Bolinska, University Of South Carolina
Joseph Martin
Constructing Centimeters: Emanuel Friedman’s Cervimeter and the Dilatation-Time Curve
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Rebecca Jackson
What Helium Teaches Us About the Poverty of Referential Relations
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Shahin Kaveh, University Of Pittsburgh
Scorpion suicide and the use of case studies for diachronic analysis
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Evan Arnet, Indiana University Bloomington
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Key Ballroom 09
International Network for Economic Method (INEM)
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Economics
Moderators
Philippe Verreault-Julien
The Needle in the Haystack: Finding the Actual Amongst the Possible
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Jennifer Jhun, Duke University
Economic Models and Possible Explanation
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
N. Emrah Aydinonat
How-Possibly Explanations in Economics: Anything Goes?
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Till Grüne-Yanoff, KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Key Ballroom 04
Minorities and Philosophy (MAP)
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Moderators
Jingyi Wu, University Of California, Irvine
To race or not to race: when (if ever) is it morally permissible to use a biological racial classification in medicine?
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Ian Peebles, University Of Pennsylvania
The Metaphysics of Race meets Inductive Risk: Issues for the New Deflationary Biological Race Realism
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Celso Neto, University Of Calgary
Carceral Wastelands: On Waste Inequity and Mass Incarceration in the US
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Jesi Cruz
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Society for Philosophy of Technology (SPT)
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Technology
Moderators
Kirk Besmer
Philosophy of Technology as a Hyperspace Transmogrifier
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Ashley Shew, Virginia Tech
Andrew Garnar
How Scientific Instruments Speak: Technological Mediations in Neuroscientific Practice
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Bas De Boer, University Of Twente
On the Multistability of Images in Science: Examples from Neurobiological and Planetary Imaging
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Samantha Fried
Robert Rosenberger
10:00AM - 10:15AM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 01
Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP)
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Psychology
Moderators
Andrew Shtulman, Occidental College
Multiple Cognitive Structures: When and Why?
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Sara Aronowitz, Princeton University
A Nonfictional Look at Mathematical Fictionalism
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Daniel Wilkenfeld
Richard Samuels
James Fritz
Engaging mental models in prediction and explanation to support learning in early childhood
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Elizabeth Bonawitz
Rational scientific theory discovery
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
David Danks, Carnegie Mellon University
Navigating the Conflict Between Science and Intuition
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Andrew Shtulman, Occidental College
10:15AM - 11:45AM
ISHPSSB
Format : Remote Presentation
Moderators
Andrew Inkpen, Brandon University And Cape Breton University
Microbial community regeneration
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Andrew Inkpen, Brandon University And Cape Breton University
Regeneration and cancer
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Lucie Laplane, CNRS, University Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne
Regeneration and the germline
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Kate MacCord, Marine Biological Laboratory
The role of value attribution in coral regeneration
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Elis Jones, University Of Exeter
What is Regeneration in Biology, How Do We Know, and Why Should We Care?
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Jane Maienschein, Arizona State University
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 11
Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Social Science
Moderators
Quayshawn Spencer, University Of Pennsylvania
Against Predictive Invariance
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Alexander Tolbert , University Of Pennsylvania
Konstantin Genin, University Of Toronto
Race, Objectivity, and Identity
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Ronald Mallon, Washington University In St. Louis
Placeholder Realism about Race
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Richard Lauer, St. Lawrence University
Kareem Khalifa, Middlebury College
10:15AM - 11:45AM
HOPOS
Format : Remote Presentation
Moderators
Matthew Brown, The University Of Texas At Dallas
Fitter, Stronger, More General: The Multiple Aspirations of Newtonian Induction
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Zvi Biener, University Of Cincinnati
Systematicity and Necessity in Kant’s Account of Particular Causal Laws
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Katherine Dunlop
The Impact of Uniformitarianism on Geologic Induction
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Meghan Page, Loyola University Maryland
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 02
SPSP
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Moderators
Ingo Brigandt, University Of Alberta
Toward a More Fine-Grained and Diverse Methodological Landscape of Human Behavior Research
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Ingo Brigandt, University Of Alberta
Convergent Perspectivism
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Nina Atanasova, The University Of Toledo
Tales of Brains and Behavior: A Pluralist Integration in Radical Embodied Cognitive Scienc
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Vicente Raja, University Of Western Ontario
Integrating Methods in the Human Behavioral Sciences: Implications for Scientific Pluralism
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Kathryn Plaisance, University Of Waterloo
10:15AM - 11:45AM
IHPST
Format : Remote Presentation
Moderators
Fanny Seroglou, Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki
Nature of Science in the Public Discussion between Politicians, Scientists and Citizens in the Era of Biopolitics
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Fanny Seroglou, Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki
The Notion of Evidence in Policy Discourse on Covid19 – Implications for Science Education
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Lena Hansson, Kristianstad University In Sweden
Key Pedagogical Concepts for Teaching Students about Scientific Knowledge
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Lori Maramante, Delaware Technical & Community College
Multi-Referential Narratives on Epidemics as a Tool for Critical Science Education
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Agustín Adúriz-Bravo, University Of Buenos Aires
Creating Digital Narratives for Science Education about Diseases, Medicines and Vaccines
10:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Anna Letsi, Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Interest Group Lunches
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Beyond Explanation: Exploring the Diversity of Neuroscientific Practice
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Neuroscience
Moderators
Jorge Morales, Johns Hopkins University
The Mirage of Big-Data Phrenology
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Felipe De Brigard, Duke University
Exploratory Concept Formation and the Norms of Description in Neuroscientific Discovery
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Philipp Haueis, Bielefeld University
Assessing the Dynamics of Novel Tool Development: The Rodent Operant Touchscreen Chamber as a Case Study
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Jackie Sullivan, University Of Western Ontario
The Predictive Turn In Neuroscience
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Daniel Weiskopf, Georgia State University
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Control and Regulation of Biological Mechanisms
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Mechanisms
Can Control be Accounted for on a Mechanistic Picture?
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Jason Winning, University Of Toronto
Basic Forms of Control in Multicellular Systems
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Leonardo Bich, University Of The Basque Country
Discovering Control Mechanisms Operative on Cytoplasmic Dyneins
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
William Bechtel, University Of California, San Diego
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Key Ballroom 12
Distinctions within Causation: Irreversibility, Coherence, Invariance and Machine-Likeness
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Causality
Moderators
Daniel Kostic, Institute For Science In Society (ISiS) Radboud University, The Netherlands
Irreversible and Reversible Causation
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Lauren Ross, UC Irvine
James Woodward, University Of Pittsburgh
Representations of Invariance in Human Causal Induction
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Mimi Liljeholm, UC Irvine
Coherent Causal Control
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Marcel Weber, University Of Geneva
Biological Machines: A Sober Defense
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Arnon Levy, The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Transdisciplinary Modeling in Science: Knowledge Without Borders?
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling
Transdisciplinary Templates, Models, and Machine Learning
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Paul Humphreys, University Of Virginia
Travelling Waves: Why and How to Diversify the Role of Templates in Transdisciplinary Modelling
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Wybo Houkes, Eindhoven University Of Technology
Crossing Domains: The Role of the Translator in the Spread of Scientific Innovations
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Catherine Herfeld, University Of Zurich
Tinkering with the Vocabulary of Games: from the Economy to Cancer
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Chia-Hua Lin, National Tsing Hua University
Artem Kaznatcheev, University Of Oxford
01:00PM - 03:00PM
From Bosons to Markets to Black Holes: New Prospects for Analogical Reasoning
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Logic and Science
Prospects for Analogue Confirmation
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Paul Bartha, University Of British Columbia
On the Limits of Experimental Knowledge
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Dominik Hangleiter, University Of Maryland College Park
Co-authors :
Peter Evans, University Of Queensland
Karim Thebault, University Of Bristol
The Methodological Novelty of Formal Analogical Reasoning in Quantum Theories
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Doreen Fraser, University Of Waterloo
Analogical Reasoning in Econophysics
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Patricia Palacios, University Of Salzburg
Co-authors :
Jennifer Jhun, Duke University
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Science and Justice
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Cristian Larroulet Philippi, University Of Cambridge
Institutions, Forethought, and Scientists’ Responsibility for Social Justice
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Heather Douglas, Michigan State University
Critical Theory for Science
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Dan Hicks, University Of California, Merced
The Limits of Democratizing Science: When Scientists Should Ignore the Public
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Andrew Schroeder, Claremont McKenna College
Epistemic severing and epistemic trademarking. Two garden varieties of epistemic injustice in science
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Michela Massimi, University Of Edinburgh
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Pickersgill
Biology
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - general / other
Edmond Goblot’s (1858-1935) Selected Effects Theory of Function: A Reappraisal
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Justin Garson, Hunter College
The "Inchworm Episode": Reconstituting the Phenomenon of Kinesin Motility
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Andrew Bollhagen, University Of California, SanDiego
Fission and Genetic Lineage Pluralism
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Gunnar Babcock, University At Albany SUNY
Function Acquisition in Genomics
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Predrag Šustar, University Of Rijeka
Zdenka Brzović, University Of Rijeka
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Key Ballroom 10
Climate
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Climate Science | Computer Simulation | Philosophy of Environmental Science
Moderators
Aja Watkins, Boston University
Can Machines Learn How Clouds Work?: The Epistemic Implications of Machine Learning Methods in Climate Science
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Suzanne Kawamleh, Indiana University Bloomington
Climate-Model Tuning and Predictivism
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Mathias Frisch, Leibniz University Hannover
A Critical Analysis of the IPCC’s Methodology of Climate Change Detection and Attribution
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Mason Majszak, University Of Bern
Climate Models and the Irrelevance of Chaos
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Corey Dethier, Leibniz Universität Hannover
03:00PM - 03:15PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 11
Community Engagement as Scientific and Philosophical Practice
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Serife Tekin, University Of Texas At San Antonio
Abandoning ‘Trust’ to Foster Community Engagement
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Rachel Ankeny, University Of Adelaide
Interaction and Pluralism in a Conflictual Context
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Helen E Longino, Professor Emerita, Stanford University
Involved Philosophy: An Initial Framework for Community-Academia Interaction
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Ayelet Shavit, Tel Hai College
Climate Resilience and Community Engagement
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Michael Weisberg, University Of Pennsylvania
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Transformative Experience for Choice and Belief
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Decision Theory
Moderators
Daniel Burnston, Tulane University
L. A. Paul’s Transformative Experience: Mentalism and Imagination in Decision Theory
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Saira Khan, University Of Irvine, California
The Transformative Experience of Education
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Richard Pettigrew, University Of Bristol
Awareness Growth and the Limits of Rational Planning
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Katie Steele, Australian National University
Co-authors :
H. Orri Stefansson, Stockholm University
Awareness of Unawareness When Unknowns Are Not Simply Unknowns
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Marie-Louise Viero, Queen's University
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 09
Possibility Claims in Science: Philosophy of Science Meets Modal Epistemology
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling
The (Un)Easily Possible Synthetic Biology?
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Tarja Knuuttila, University Of Vienna
Co-authors :
Andrea Loettgers, University Of Vienna
Spaces of the Biologically Possible
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Rami Koskinen, University Of Vienna
Mapping Possibilities in Climate Science
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Ylwa Sjölin Wirling, KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm
Till Grüne-Yanoff, KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm
Representing Possible Targets?
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Philippe Verreault-Julien, London School Of Economics And Political Science
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Precision Medicine as Promissory Science: The Epistemology and Ethics of a “Health Care Revolution”
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Medicine
Moderators
Luciana Garbayo
Scoping Precision Medicine
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Kathryn Tabb, Bard College
Co-authors :
Lara Keuck, Humboldt University Berlin
Precision Medicine and the Ideal of Patient Empowerment
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Sara Green, University Of Copenhagen
Impact of Precision Medicine on Physician-Patient Relationships
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Paul Appelbaum, Columbia University
Personalized Medicine Wasn't Personal; Precision Medicine Isn't Precise
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Jim Tabery, University Of Utah
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 04
The Emergence of Spacetime in Quantum Gravity Big Bang Models
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - space and time
Moderators
Francesca Vidotto, University Of Western Ontario
Can Time Emerge?
04:15PM - 04:37PM
Presented by :
Ted Jacobson, University Of Maryland College Park
Cosmology as Quantum Gravity Hydrodynamics, Spacetime Emergence and the Fate of Cosmological Singularities: Overview and Conceptual Implications
04:38PM - 05:00PM
Presented by :
Daniele Oriti, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Of Munich
Singularity Resolution: The Case of the Vanishing Wavefunction
05:01PM - 05:22PM
Presented by :
Niranjana Warrier, University Of Illinois At Chicago
Dynamical Laws at the Big Bang
05:23PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Christian Wüthrich, University Of Geneva
Nick Huggett, University Of Illinois At Chicago
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 03
The Revival of Instrumentalism
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Realism / Anti-realism / Instrumentalism
Moderators
Jennifer Whyte, University Of Pittsburgh, HPS
Is There a Positive Argument for Instrumentalism?
04:15PM - 04:37PM
Presented by :
Stathis Psillos, National And Kapodistrian University Of Athens
An Instrumentalist Account of Scientific Understanding
04:38PM - 05:00PM
Presented by :
Julian Reiss, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Semantic Instrumentalism Revived: An Invitation to Scientific Realists
05:01PM - 05:22PM
Presented by :
Darrell Rowbottom, Lingnan University
Lessons from the Strawman Instrumentalist
05:23PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
K Brad Wray, Aarhus University
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 02
Concepts as Epistemic Tools: A Comparative Approach
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : General philosophy of science - other
Moderators
Janella Baxter, Washington University In Saint Louis
How “Slow Infections” (Slowly) Paved the Way to “Prions"
04:15PM - 04:37PM
Presented by :
Corinne Bloch-Mullins, Marquette University
Amesh Adalja, Johns Hopkins University
Renormalization as a Phantom Concept
04:38PM - 05:00PM
Presented by :
Zachary Shifrel, Arizona State University
‘Species’ Without Species: A Patchwork Approach to Thinking About ‘Species’ Concepts
05:01PM - 05:22PM
Presented by :
Aaron Novick, University Of Washington
Co-authors :
W. Ford Doolittle, Dalhousie University
Essentially Dynamic Concepts and the Case of Homology
05:23PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Devin Gouvêa, College Of The Holy Cross
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Pickersgill
Explainable AI
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Technology | Explanation | Philosophy of Computer Science
Kinds of Explanation in Machine Learning
04:15PM - 04:37PM
Presented by :
Atoosa Kasirzadeh, University Of Toronto And Australian National University
An Account of Interpretability in Machine Learning
04:37PM - 05:00PM
Presented by :
Tyler Brunet, University Of Cambridge
Co-authors :
Adrian Erasmus, University Of Alabama At Tuscaloosa
Eyal Fisher
Causal and Non-Causal Explanations of Artificial Intelligence
05:00PM - 05:22PM
Presented by :
Christopher Grimsley, University Of Kentucky
Philosophical Perspectives on the Right to Explanation
05:22PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Elanor Taylor
03:15PM - 05:15PM
Key Ballroom 10
General Philosophy of Science
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Logic and Science | General philosophy of science - other | Observation
The Evidence-Observation Distinction in Observation Selection Effects
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Matthew Maxwell, University Of Wisconsin - Madison
Should We Get Rid of Theoretical Equivalence?
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Marie Gueguen, Institute Of Physics, University Of Rennes 1
An Epistemic Account of Complex Phenomena
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Steve Elliott, Arizona State University
On Falsifying Empirical Contradictions
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Luis Felipe Bartolo Alegre, Universidad Nacional Mayor De San Marcos
05:15PM - 06:45PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Opening Reception
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Key Ballroom 05-06
Fast and Furious: Climate Change in the Chesapeake Bay, What We Know and How We Know It
Format : Special Event | Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Climate Science
Moderators
Michael Weisberg, University Of Pennsylvania
Friday, 12 Nov 2021
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Douglass
Childcare
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Tilghman
Nursing Mothers' Room
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Registration
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 11
Values in Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University
Aims Approaches and the Challenge from Ibsen Predicaments
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Karoliina Pulkkinen, KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm
Per Wikman-Svahn, KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm
Feyerabend and the Paradox of Pursuit: Revisiting Values in Pursuitworthiness
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Jamie Shaw, University Of Toronto
Can Morally Superior Values Produce Beneficial Outcomes in Science?
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Soohyun Ahn, University Of Calgary
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 12
Causation
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Causality | General philosophy of science - other
Causal Pluralism in Philosophy: Empirical Challenges and Alternative Proposals
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Phuong Dinh, Presenter, Carnegie Mellon University
Co-authors :
David Danks, Carnegie Mellon University
Systemic Causes and the Epistemology of Making Systems Safer
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Brian Hanley, University Of Calgary
Unification and Explanation: A Causal Perspective
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Alexander Gebharter, University Of Groningen
Co-authors :
Christian J. Feldbacher-Escamilla, University Of Duesseldorf
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 04
Computer Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Natural Kinds / Classification | Philosophy of Computer Science
Moderators
Boaz Miller, Zefat Academic College
Implementation as Resemblance
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Andre Curtis-Trudel, Ohio State University
Dynamic Natural Kinds
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Mark Bedau, Reed College
Physical Computation: A Tale of Two Notions
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Ioannis Votsis, New College Of The Humanities
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 03
Laws of Nature
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Laws of Nature
Moderators
Jessica Pfeifer
Counterpossible Dependence in Physics
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Alastair Wilson, University Of Birmingham
Adaptive Design, Contingency, and Ontological Principles for Limited Beings
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Daniel Brooks, University Of Cincinnati
On Dorst's Best Predictive System account
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Toby Friend, University Of Bristol
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 02
Medicine
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Feminist Philosophy of Science | Philosophy of Medicine
Moderators
Inmaculada De Melo-Martin, Weill Cornell Medicine--Cornell University
The Sex-Gender Distinction in Biomedical Research – A Response to Byrne and Bogardus
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Char Brecevic, University Of Notre Dame
Machine Learning, Causation, and the Problem of Epistemic Opacity in Epidemiology
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Alexander Broadbent, University Of Johannesburg
Wishful Intelligibility, Black Boxes, and Epidemiological Explanation
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Marina DiMarco, University Of Pittsburgh
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 09
Symmetry and Unitary Equivalence
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - quantum mechanics | Philosophy of Physics - general / other
Moderators
Nick Huggett, University Of Illinois At Chicago
Symmetry and Detectability as Physical Concepts
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Abigail Holmes, University Of Notre Dame
Co-authors :
Sebastian Murgueitio Ramirez, University Of Notre Dame
Nicholas Teh, University Of Notre Dame
Oliver Traldi, University Of Notre Dame
Qiong Wu, University Of Notre Dame
Antiunitary Equivalence
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Noel Swanson, University Of Delaware
On The Epistemological Status of Unitarily Inequivalent Representations
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
James Fraser, Durham University
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 01
Cognitive Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Cognitive Science | Philosophy of Psychology
Anecdotal Experiments: evaluating evidence with few animals
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Mike Dacey, Bates College
From Fly Detectors to Action Control: Representations in Reinforcement Learning
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Anna-Mari Rusanen, University Of Helsinki
Co-authors :
Otto Lappi
Jami Pekkanen, University Of Helsinki
Jesse Kuokkanen, University Of Helsinki
g as Bridge Model
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Devin Sanchez Curry, West Virginia University
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Armistead
Evolution of Cooperation
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - evolution
Moderators
Derek Skillings, University Of North Carolina At Greensboro
Joint Agency and the Uniquely Human Cooperation Hypothesis
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Stephen Downes, University Of Utah
Patrick Forber, Tufts University
Better Models of the Evolution of Cooperation through Situated Cognition
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Archie Fields III, University Of Calgary
The Evolutionary Origins of Cooperation in the Hominin Lineage: A Critique of Boyd and Richerson’s Cultural Group Selection Account
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Jacob Neal, University Of Pittsburgh
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Social Science
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Science policy | Sociology of Science | Philosophy of Social Science
Moderators
Nadia Ruiz, University Of Kansas
The Making of Kinship
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Rob Wilson, University Of Western Australia
The Carceral Body Multiple: An Approach to Abolitionist Science and Technology Studies
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Ariel Ludwig, Virginia Tech
A Reformed Division of Labor for the Science of Well-Being
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Roberto Fumagalli, King's College London
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Key Ballroom 10
Probability and Statistics I
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Probability and Statistics
A Dilemma for Solomonoff Prediction
09:00AM - 09:32AM
Presented by :
Sven Neth, University Of California, Berkeley
From Laplace's Equipossibility to Accuracy-Based Arguments for the Principle of Indifference.
09:32AM - 10:05AM
Presented by :
Eugene Y. S. Chua, University Of California, San Diego
The Borel-Kolmogorov Paradox Is Your Paradox Too: A Puzzle for Conditional Physical Probability
10:05AM - 10:37AM
Presented by :
Alexander Meehan, Yale University
Snow Zhang, Princeton University
10:30AM - 10:45AM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 10
Values in Science 2
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Values in Science | Philosophy of Social Science
Moderators
Laura Cupples, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville
When is Dissent Normatively Inappropriate?‎
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Boaz Miller, Zefat Academic College
On the Limits of Cultural Relativism as a Debiasing Method
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
David Teira, UNED
Mechanical Jurisprudence and Domain Distortion: How Predictive Algorithms Warp the Law
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Dasha Pruss, University Of Pittsburgh
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 02
Economics
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling | Philosophy of Economics
Why We Need to Talk about Preferences
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Lukas Beck, University Of Cambridge
Tractability Assumptions, Holism, and Model Robustness
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Ryan O'Loughlin, Indiana University Bloomington
Co-authors :
Dan Li, Indiana University Bloomington
What Economic Mechanisms?
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Isaac Kean, University Of Cambridge
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 09
History of Physics
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - space and time | History of philosophy of science | Philosophy of Mathematics
Moderators
Areins Pelayo, University Of Illinois At Chicago
How Much Change is Too Much Change? Rethinking the Reasons Behind the Lack of Reception to Brouwer’s Intuitionism
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Kati Kish Bar-On
Du Châtelet on the Need for Mathematics in Physics
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Aaron Wells, University Of Notre Dame
Emergent Space Ontologies in the Early Modern Period
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Edward Slowik, Winona State University
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Pickersgill
Idealization
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling | Decision Theory | Representation
Moderators
Dominik Hangleiter, University Of Maryland College Park
Idealizations and Partitions: A Defense of Robustness Analysis
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Armin Schulz, University Of Kansas
Gareth Fuller, University Of Kansas
Rationality for Real Agents
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Daniel Herrmann, University Of California, Irvine
Inconsistent Idealizations and Inferentialism about Scientific Representation
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Peter Tan, Fordham University
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 03
Medicine 2
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science | Philosophy of Biology - general / other | Measurement
Moderators
Char Brecevic, University Of Notre Dame
An Epistemic Theory for Patient-Reported Outcome Measures
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Leah McClimans, University Of South Carolina
Biomarkers
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Marco Nathan, University Of Denver
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 04
Science and Policy
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : General philosophy of science - other | Ethics of science | Explanation
Behaviour, Knowledge, Policy. the Novel Philosophy of Science Perspectives on the Applications of the Behavioural Sciences to Policymaking.
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Magdalena Malecka, University Of Helsinki
Incentivizing Replication is Insufficient to Safeguard Default Trust
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Hugh Desmond, KU Leuven; University Of Antwerp
The Neglect of Formal Requirements for External Validity: A Fatal Contradiction and Its Implications
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Seán Muller, University Of Johannesburg
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Armistead
Cultural Evolution
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - evolution
Moderators
Thomas Reydon, Leibniz University Hannover
Cumulative Cultural Evolution and the Measures of Complexity
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Alejandro Gordillo García, KU Leuven
Content-Open Artifactual Mediation as a Selection Target in Human Evolution
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Phillip Honenberger, University Of Nevada - Las Vegas
Reflexivity, Functional Reference, and Modularity: Alternative Targets for Language Origins
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Travis LaCroix, Dalhousie University
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 01
Philosophy of Psychology
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Psychology
Moderators
Jonathan Tsou, Iowa State University
Model Organisms for Studying Decision-Making: a Phylogenetically Expanded Perspective
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Linus Huang, University Of Hong Kong
Co-authors :
Leonardo Bich, University Of The Basque Country
William Bechtel, University Of California, San Diego
Another Source of the Replication Crisis: A Mistaken Confidence in Data
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Edouard Machery, University Of Pittsburgh
Microaggressions and Objectivity: Experimental Measures and Phenomenology
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Mikio Akagi, Texas Christian University
Frederick Gooding, Texas Christian University
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 11
UPSS Session
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Moderators
Jennifer McDonald, The Graduate Center, CUNY
The New ‘Biosocial’ Race: Local and Global Challenges for Race in Postgenomics
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Azita Chellappoo, Ruhr University Bochum
Biodiversity vs. Paleodiversity Measurements: the Incommensurability Problem
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Federica Bocchi, Boston University
Epistemic Advantage on the Margin: a Network Standpoint Epistemology
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Jingyi Wu, University Of California, Irvine
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 12
Probability and Statistics II
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Probability and Statistics
Imprecise Chance and Chance-Credence Coordination
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Luke Fenton-Glynn, University College London
Openness and Reproducibility from a Model-Centric View
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Bert Baumgaertner, University Of Idaho
Pursuit of Predictive Accuracy: Seven Worries
10:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Hanti Lin, University Of California Davis
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Bayesian Models in Philosophy of Science
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence
Modeling Limitations versus the Limitations of a Model
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Michael Titelbaum, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Bayesian Philosophy of Science as Scientific Philosophy
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Jan Sprenger, University Of Turin
Stephan Hartmann, LMU Munich
Bayes, Here, There, but Not Everywhere
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
John D Norton, University Of Pittsburgh
Commentary
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Christopher Hitchcock, California Institute Of Technology
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Randomness in Scientific Practice
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Probability and Statistics
Randomization Posits and Fundamental Physics
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Wayne Myrvold, The University Of Western Ontario
On the Statistical Notion of "Population"
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Barbara Osimani, Polytechnic University Of The Marches At Ancona
Randomness and Confirmation
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Antony Eagle, University Of Adelaide
Pseudorandomness in Simulations and Nature
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Marshall Abrams, University Of Alabama At Birmingham
02:00PM - 04:00PM
The Rationality of Social Learning
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Formal Epistemology
The Role of Reliability Updating in Belief Polarization on Mixed Evidence
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Leah Henderson, University Of Groningen
Co-authors :
Alexander Gebharter, University Of Groningen
Extremizing: Social Learning Meets Inductive Logic
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Jan-Willem Romeijn, University Of Groningen
Co-authors :
Simon Huttegger, University Of California, Irvine
Support for Geometric Pooling
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Jean Baccelli, University Of Pittsburgh
Co-authors :
Rush Stewart
Weighted Averaging and Testimonial Updates
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Mikaël Cozic, Université Paris-Est Créteil
Denis Bonnay, Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 04
Epistemic Status and Research-Strategic Role of Theories beyond the Standard Model after the Large Hadron Collider
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - general / other
Moderators
Brandon Boesch, Morningside College
Something from Nothing: ‘Non-discovery’ and Transformations in High Energy Experimental Physics at the Large Hadron Collider
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Sophie Ritson, The University Of Sydney
Signalism vs. the Bsm Perspective: A Debate on the Role of Theory in Experimental Discovery
02:30PM - 03:00PM
A Bayesian Perspective on the Search for Low Energy Supersymmetry
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Richard Dawid, Stockholm University
Co-authors :
James Wells, University Of Michigan Ann Arbor
What Is This Thing Called Theory Space?
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Radin Dardashti, University Of Wuppertal
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 01
Big Data and Climate Science
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Climate Science
Why Climate Data Is Big
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Seth McGinnis, National Center For Atmospheric Research
Co-authors :
Linda Mearns, National Center For Atmospheric Research
A Defense of the Representational Account of Data
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Greg Lusk, Michigan State University
The Ontology of Big Data in Climate Science
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Stuart Gluck, American Association For The Advancement Of Science And US Department Of Energy
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 12
Data Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science | Realism / Anti-realism / Instrumentalism | General philosophy of science - other
A Perspectival Solution to the Problem of Inconsistent Results in Data Research
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Mariusz Maziarz, Jagiellonian University
Data Integration without Unification
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Beckett Sterner, Arizona State University
Co-authors :
Steve Elliott, Arizona State University
Edward Gilbert, Arizona State University
Nico Franz, Arizona State University
Exploitation, or Amelioration? Dueling Pictures of Data-Scientific Rationality.
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Konstantin Genin, University Of Toronto
Co-authors :
Alexander Tolbert , University Of Pennsylvania
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Evolution
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - general / other | Philosophy of Biology - evolution
Fitness: Static or Dynamic?
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Peter Takacs, The University Of Sydney
Co-authors :
Pierrick Bourrat, Macquarie University
Nash, Bargaining, and Evolution
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Justin Bruner, University Of Arizona
Group Selection: Convention or Fact?
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Pierrick Bourrat, Macquarie University
Perspectives on Causal Specificity
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Ameer Sarwar, University Of Toronto
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Mechanisms
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Mechanisms | Scientific Models / Modeling | Explanation
Moderators
Paul Kelly, University Of Wisconsin–Madison
Populations and Machine-Like Decomposition
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
John Matthewson, Massey University
Towards Mechanism 2.1: A Dynamic Causal Approach
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Wei Fang, Shanxi Uinversity
Abstraction Is (Much) More Than Omission: Alon’s Network Motifs Reconsidered
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Andrea Loettgers, University Of Vienna
Co-authors :
Tarja Knuuttila, University Of Vienna
Category-Theoretic Account of Constitutive Relevance
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Jinyeong Gim, Seoul National University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Physics
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - quantum mechanics | Philosophy of Physics - space and time | Philosophy of Physics - general / other | Philosophy of Mathematics
Moderators
David Wallace, University Of Pittsburgh
Applying Unrigorous Mathematics: Path Integrals in Quantum Theory
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Colin McCullough-Benner, University Of Leeds
Articulating Boltzmannian Non-Equilibrium through Scalar Fields
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Roman Frigg, LSE
The Substantial Role of Weyl Symmetry in Deriving General Relativity from String Theory
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
John Dougherty, LMU Munich
How Anti-Humeans Can Embrace a Thermodynamic Reduction of Time's Causal Arrow
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Eli Lichtenstein, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 10
Structural Realism
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Doing philosophy of science - methods and tools | Realism / Anti-realism / Instrumentalism | General philosophy of science - other
Moderators
Holly Andersen, Simon Fraser University
Structural Realism, Limiting Principles, and Naturalized Metaphysics
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Jared Hanson-Park, University Of Miami
The Chasm Between Scientific and Analytic Metaphysics? A Case Study: Ontic Structural Realism Versus Ontological Nihilism
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Chanwoo Lee, University Of California, Davis
Structural Humility
03:00PM - 03:30PM
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 03
Genetics & Causality in an Age of GWAS
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Causality
Moderators
Stephen Downes, University Of Utah
Determining Genetic and Environmental Causes: the Case of Mendelian Randomization
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Kate Lynch, The University Of Sydney
Making Sense of SNP Heritability
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Lucas Matthews, Columbia University
Composition, Causation, Mechanism, and Genetic Explanation of Psychological Entities
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Eric Turkheimer, University Of Virginia
Vera Causae in Behavior Genetics
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Jonathan Livengood
04:15PM - 06:15PM
Key Ballroom 05-06
President’s Plenary: A PSA Forum on Climate Change Action
Format : Special Event | Hybrid Presentation
Moderators
Kerry McKenzie, UC San Diego
Alison Wylie
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Poster Forum and Reception
Vetting Theoretical Virtues: Parsimony and the Framing Effect
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Samantha Wakil, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill
James Justus, Florida State University
Nick Byrd, Stevens Institute Of Technology
For Topological Explanations and Against Mechanistic Fundamentality
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Nuhu Osman Attah, University Of Pittsburgh
Epistemic Principles of Astrobiology
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
David Kinney, Santa Fe Institute
Co-authors :
Chris Kempes, Santa Fe Institute
Interactionalism about Black Hole Thermodynamics: Between Functionalism and Operationalism
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Alex Mathie, LMU Munich
The Missing Link in Inferences with Climate Networks
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Dan Li, Indiana University Bloomington
The Replication Crisis and Philosophy
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Wesley Buckwalter, George Mason University
Belief, Acceptance, and Pragmatic Equivalence in Scientific Representation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Romy Vekony, Florida State University
Towards a Problem-Solving Account of Scientific Representation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Alison Springle, University Of Pittsburgh
Co-authors :
Elay Shech, Auburn University
Good Reasons to Reject Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND)
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Eugene Vaynberg, University Of Pennsylvania
Normality and Conjoined Causal Isomorphs
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Tom Wysocki, University Of Pittsburgh
The Metaphysical and Empirical Criteria in Newton’s Hypotheses
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Areins Pelayo, University Of Illinois At Chicago
Choosing Empirical Methods: Challenging the Epistemic Superiority of Manipulation-Based Inquiry
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Dana Matthiessen, University Of Pittsburgh
Nora Boyd, Siena College
A Complementarity Model for Data-Intensive and Hypothesis-Driven Science
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
James Marcum, Baylor University Philosphy Department
Smoking Guns: Using “True Crime” Podcasts to Teach Philosophy of Science to General Education Students.
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Janet Stemwedel, San Jose State University
Equivalence, Which Equivalence? The Case of Potential Outcomes and Causal Models
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Patrick Klösel, Ludwig Maximilian University Of Munich And Harvard University
Taking the Social Structure of Science Seriously in Debating Value Influence
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Rebecca Korf, University Of California, Irvine
A Focus on Persistence for Cultural Evolution
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
GE FANG, Washington University In St. Louis
Integrating-for-Purposes: The Aims-Based Approach to Scientific Integration in Biology
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Alican Basdemir, University Of Calgary
Ontological Model Pluralism
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Chelsie Greeenlee, University Of Notre Dame
Managing Performative Models
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Donal Khosrowi, Leibniz University Hannover
Reconsidering Mechanism-based Explanations: From Generic to Different Accounts
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Tuula Klaavuniemi, Souther Savonia Central Hospital
Co-authors :
Mikko Siponen, University Of Jyväskylä
Cultivating Community Relationships for Philosophy High Impact Practices
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Andrew Evans, University Of Cincinnati
Co-authors :
Melissa Jacquart, University Of Cincinnati
Angela Potochnik, University Of Cincinnati
Amanda Corris, University Of Minnesota
Can Confirmation Bias Improve Group Learning?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Nathan Gabriel, University Of California, Irvine
On computational statehood: When are physical states computational?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Neal Anderson, University Of Massachusetts Amherst
Co-authors :
Gualtiero Piccinini, UMSL
Ramsey\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Toy Model in \\\\\\\\
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Bruce Rushing, University Of California, Irvine
Reinventing the Wheel: Paradox, Representation, and the Rota Aristotelica
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Jennifer Whyte, University Of Pittsburgh, HPS
What Would Imaginary Ancestors Do?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Margaret Farrell, University Of California, Irvine
Re-situating Scientific Knowledge: Thinking with Mary S. Morgan
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
James Griesemer, University Of California, Davis
Co-authors :
Carlos Andrés Barragán, University Of California, Davis
Understanding the replication crisis as a crisis of inference
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Sophia Crüwell, University Of Cambridge
Studying Model Transfer with an Erotetic Approach
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Chia-Hua Lin, National Tsing Hua University
Representational Plurality in Neuroscience: Dealing with Incompatible Models of the Nerve Impulse
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Natalia Carrillo-Escalera, University Of Vienna
Exploring Dark Matter with Stellar Streams
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Siska De Baerdemaeker, Stockholm University
When Does Realism Matter? The Case of Ecosystem Health.
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Katie Morrow, University Of Pittsburgh
Are ecological niches real, just a good idea, or a case theoretical indigestion? The case of audio-ecology
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Steven Peck, Brigham Young University
More Methodology, Less Metaphysics: A Response to Hoover's Argument Against Microfoundations
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Nadia Ruiz, University Of Kansas
Tree Thinking and Naturalization of Language
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Antonio Danese, University Of Padua
Ecological Zoos and Tortoise Translocation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Derek Halm, University Of Utah
Pseudomechanisms
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Trey Boone, Duke University
Productive Causation: Against Causal Pluralism
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Yuval Abrams, Albright College
Collective Representation: Modeling a Phenomenon with Multiple Biological Systems
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Yoshinari Yoshida, University Of Minnesota
Muscles, Movements, and Mental Representation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Zina Ward, Florida State University
Selection and Creativity: Evolvability Versus Explanatory Relevance
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Adam Krashniak, Tel Aviv University
Physical Magnitudes and Physical Concepts: The Corresponce Critique of the Mapping Account of Applied Mathematics
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Stephen Perry, University Of Pittsburgh
Attributing causal specificity
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
María Ferreira Ruiz, University Of Geneva
The Concept of Minimal Self-Consciousness in Mental Disorders
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Siyu Yao, Indiana University Bloomington
From the Organism-Environment Dichotomy to a Gradual Conception of the Living Being and its Exterior
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Yael Friedman, University Of Oslo
Problems with the fiction view of scientific models
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Thomas Durlacher, PhD Student, University Of Luxembourg
Challenging the Ontic Conception of Scientific Explanation: Against the Indispensability of Ontic Explanation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Soyeong An, Ohio State University
Non-Schematic Social Norm Change
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
William O'Shea, York University
How to tell evolutionary explanations from “just good stories”
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Thomas Reydon, Leibniz University Hannover
Conceptual Models in Ecology
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
TJ Perkins, University Of Utah
Experiment as Theseus’s Ship: Which Experiments Preserve Diachronic Identity?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Vitaly Pronskikh, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Cheap-Talk Declarations and the Tragedy of the AI Commons
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Travis LaCroix, Dalhousie University
Co-authors :
Aydin Mohseni, UC Irvine
Reframing the Environment in Data-Intensive Health Sciences
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Stefano Canali, Politecnico Of Milan
Sabina Leonelli, University Of Exeter
A Constructive Critique of Hausman's "Standard Model" of Choice
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Paul Hoyningen-Huene, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Plant Individuality, Source-Sink Balance, Plant Parts
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Özlem Yilmaz, University Of Exeter
Diverse Roles, Multiples Meanings: The Concept of Stress in Biological Research
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Lauren Wilson, University Of Minnesota
Co-authors :
Alan Love, University Of Minnesota
Reducing Uncertainty in Multimessenger Astronomy Using Simulation
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Shannon Abelson, Indiana University Bloomington
Understanding Mathematical Engineering Models Through Practice-based Accounts
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Sara Al-Sayed, Princeton University
Molecules, Microscopes, and Evidence for Scientific Realism
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Myron A Penner, Trinity Western University
Amanda Nichols, Oklahoma Christian University
We can’t value the given because there is no given: a pervasive bias in bioethics and how philosophy of biology can help
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Samantha Hirshland, Virginia Tech
Building Mechanistic Models in Cancer Immunology: Towards a Complementary Account of Modeling
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Martin Zach, Charles University & Czech Academy Of Sciences
Models as Dogwhistles
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Marina DiMarco, University Of Pittsburgh
All Things Strings: From Theory to a Method of Thinking
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Milla Lifke, Bielefeld University
Social structure from repeated social interactions: network epistemology, iterated learning, and opinion dynamics
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Matthew A. Turner, University Of California, Merced
Counterpossibles and Counterparts
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Michael Hicks, University Of Birmingham
Model-independent searches in elementary particle physics
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Michael Stoeltzner, University Of South Carolina
Roles for Philosophers of Science in of Public Engagement with Science
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Tim Elmo Feiten, University Of Cincinnati
Collin Lucken, University Of Cincinnati
Co-authors :
Melissa Jacquart, University Of Cincinnati
Angela Potochnik, University Of Cincinnati
Addressing Low Replication Rates and The Auxiliary Assumptions in Developmental Psychology
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Juan Ardila-Cifuentes, University Of Western Ontario
Bias in Science: Natural and Social
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Joshua May, University Of Alabama At Birmingham
Decoding Fear: Philosophical Challenges for Decoded Neurofeedback
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Jorge Morales, Johns Hopkins University
Barriers to increasing diversity in environmental science
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Katherine Valde, Wofford College
Megan Kelly, Loyola University Of Chicago
Co-authors :
Jennifer Bradham, Wofford College
Applying Virtue Theory to Research Ethics: Trust and Testimonial Justice in Modern Laboratory Life
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Kayoung Kim, University Of Notre Dame
How the Economic Model Shapes Patients’ Experience of Disability
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Laura Cupples, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville
Co-authors :
Karen Colorafi
Davi Kallman
Jae Kennedy
Models of Data in Astronomical Interferometry
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Kevin Ortiz Ceballos, University Of Puerto Rico
Philosophers and scientists: a collaboration to improve climate science communication
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Dragana Bozin, University Of Oslo
Co-authors :
Reidun Gangstø Skaland, MET Norway
Gry Oftedal, University Of Oslo
Promiscuous Realism does not entail Polygamist Classification
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Jonathon Abdal, Michigan State University
Why We’re Afraid of Darwinism
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Hugh Desmond, KU Leuven; University Of Antwerp
The Outreach Model and Its Limitations
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Evan Arnet, Indiana University Bloomington
Trivial, interesting, or overhyped? The microbiome and ‘what it means to be human’
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Emily Parke, University Of Auckland
Applying Evidential Pluralism to the Social Sciences
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Yafeng Shan, University Of Kent, UK
Co-authors :
Jon Williamson, University Of Kent, UK
Stress as a Problem-feeding Notion in Interdisciplinary Research addressing Mind-body relationships
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Jan Pieter Konsman, CNRS / Univ. Bordeaux
Identity experiments in neurobiology: the case of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
John Bickle, Mississippi State University/University Of Mississippi Medical Center
When is it Safe to Edit the Human Germline?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Janella Baxter, Washington University In Saint Louis
Still No Pill for Men? Double Standards and Demarcating Values in Biomedical Research
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Christopher ChoGlueck, New Mexico Tech
What Relative Consistency Proofs Do Not Necessarily Mean
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Chanwoo Lee, University Of California, Davis
The Challenges of Model Transfer in Science and Philosophy
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Catherine Herfeld, University Of Zurich
Co-authors :
Dunja Seselja, Eindhoven University Of Technology
Biomedical naturalism and Cultural Evolution
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Carl Brusse, The University Of Sydney
New Directions in Multiscale Modeling: Beyond Reduction and Emergence
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Julia Bursten, University Of Kentucky
Jennifer Jhun, Duke University
Collin Rice, Bryn Mawr College
Why believe stories about the deep past?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Craig Fox, The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
Science Advice: Making Credences Accurate
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Simon Blessenohl, University Of Southern California
Deniz Sarikaya, University Of Hamburg
Using Agent Based Models to Test for Bias in Policies
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Darcy McCusker, University Of Washington
Are substances really processes?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Daniel Molter, University Of Tennessee Knoxville
If a tree grows no rings and no one is around: dealing with paleoclimate data/model discrepancies
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Dan Li, Indiana University Bloomington
Leveling with Ruthless Reductionists About Optogenetics
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Caitlin Mace, California State University, Long Beach
Cory Wright, Cal State Long Beach
Uncertainty, Data, and Weather Forecasting
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Brandon Boesch, Morningside College
Teaching by Building a Wikipedia Page
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Aleta Quinn, University Of Idaho
Conservation and Function in Comparative Genomics
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Alan Love, University Of Minnesota
Co-authors :
Stephan Guttinger, London School Of Economics And Political Science
Using Temporal Scaling to Establish a Paleoclimate Analogue
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Aja Watkins, Boston University
Can mechanisms have representations as components?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Aida Roige, University Of Maryland College Park
States of Ignorance and Ignorance of States: Examining the Quantum Principal Principle
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Alexander Meehan, Yale University
Cognition as a Facilitator of Non-Genetic Inheritance
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Amanda Corris, University Of Minnesota
Can Humeans be Scientific Realists?
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Bixin Guo, University Of Pittsburgh
Learning to be Social: How to use Machine Learning to Explain Cooperative Behavior
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Ashton Sperry, Ronin Institute
Why Narrative Explanations Are Not Mechanisms
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Archie Fields III, University Of Calgary
A Fruitful Starting Point: Patrick Suppes' Hierarchy of Theories, Models, and Problems
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Ananya Chattoraj, University Of Calgary
Saturday, 13 Nov 2021
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Douglass
Childcare
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Tilghman
Nursing Mothers' Room
08:30AM - 06:00PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Registration
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Armistead
Pluralism in Psychiatric Research: Insights from Philosophy of Science
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Feminist Philosophy of Science
Moderators
Justin Garson, Hunter College
Biological Essentialism and the Projectability of Psychiatric Categories
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Jonathan Tsou, Iowa State University
Pluralism in Psychiatry Encompasses both Natural and Practical Kinds
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Peter Zachar, Auburn University Montgomery
Pluralism and Progress in Psychiatry
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Robyn Bluhm, Michigan State University
Reclassifying Body Dysmorphic Disorder: A Causal Model Informed by the Patient’s Perspective
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Amy MacKinnon, Western University
Muhammad Ali Khalidi, City University Of New York Graduate Center
Participatory Intersubjective Objectivity in Psychiatric Epistemology
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Serife Tekin, University Of Texas At San Antonio
Commentary
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
MIRIAM SOLOMON, Temple University
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Animal Consciousness and Welfare
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - general / other
Two Paths to Skepticism about Animal Consciousness
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Jonathan Birch, London School Of Economics And Political Science
Animal Consciousness and Animal Welfare
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Eva Jablonka, Tel-Aviv University
Co-authors :
Simona Ginsburg, Open University Of Israel
Felt Unpleasantness and the Measurement of Animal Suffering
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Henry Shevlin, University Of Cambridge
Integrating Animal Consciousness into Welfare
10:30AM - 11:00AM
Presented by :
Heather Browning, London School Of Economics And Political Science
Co-authors :
Walter Veit, The University Of Sydney
Welfare and Animal Culture
11:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Kristin Andrews, York University
Simon Fitzpatrick, John Carroll University
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 11
Austere Approaches to Information and Representation in Cognitive Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Cognitive Science
Conventional Meaning in the Brain?
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Charles Rathkopf, Juelich Research Center, Germany
Information Theory is a Formal Theory of Representation
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Manolo Martínez, Universitat De Barcelona
Transformation over Transmission: Shifting the Focus of the Information Metaphor in Computational Neuroscience
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Grace Lindsay, University College London
Analog Information and Representation
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Corey Maley, University Of Kansas
Episodic Memories as Cognitive Maps
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Sarah Robins, University Of Kansas
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 03
Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in Algorithmic Fairness
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Technology
Moderators
Dan Li, Indiana University Bloomington
A Non-Ideal Perspective on Algorithmic Fairness
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Sina Fazelpour, Northeastern University
Co-authors :
Zachary Lipton, Carnegie Mellon University
Fairness in Data-Driven Decision-Making: A Causal Modeling Perspective
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Daniel Malinsky, Johns Hopkins University
Co-authors :
Razieh Nabi
Ilya Shpitser
What’s Sex Got to Do with Machine Learning?
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Lily Hu, Harvard University
Co-authors :
Issa Kohler-Hausmann, Yale University
Risks of Compounding Injustices in Automated Recruiting
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Maria De-Arteaga, University Of Texas At Austin
Co-authors :
Alexey Romanov, University Of Massachusetts Lowell
Hanna Wallach, Microsoft Research
Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Research
Christian Borgs, Microsoft Research
Alexandra Chouldechova, Carnegie Mellon University
Sahin Geyik, LinkedIn
Krishnaram Kenthapadi, LinkedIn
Anna Rumshisky, University Of Massachusetts Lowell
Adam Kalai, Microsoft Research
Racial Categories in Algorithmic Fairness: Methodological Issues and Recommendations
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Emily Denton, Google
Co-authors :
Alex Hanna, Google
Andrew Smart, Google
Jamila Smith-Loud, Google
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 01
Scientific Speculation
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence
Moderators
Daniel Kostic, Institute For Science In Society (ISiS) Radboud University, The Netherlands
Maxwell and Speculation
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Peter Achinstein, Johns Hopkins University
The Darwinian Tree of Life Project: Heuristic and Aesthetic Roles for Speculation
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Richard Richards, University Of Alabama At Tuscaloosa
Newton on Speculation
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
William Harper, UWO
Moving Beyond Speculation: Testing Hypotheses with Computer Simulation
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Wendy Parker, Durham University
Speculation in Science and Metaphysics
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Bradford Skow, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
The Nature and Status of Speculation in the Life Sciences Around 1800
11:45AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Jutta Schickore, Indiana University
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 04
Current Debates on Statistical Modeling and Inference
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Probability and Statistics
Self-Correction and Statistical Misspecification
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Aris Spanos, Virginia Tech
Co-authors :
Deborah Mayo, Virginia Tech
Measuring Severity in Statistical Inference
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Ruobin Gong, Rutgers University
Psychometric Models: Statistics and Interpretation
10:15AM - 10:45AM
Presented by :
Riet Van Bork, University Of Amsterdam
Co-authors :
Jan-Willem Romeijn, University Of Groningen
Is Algorithmic Fairness Possible?

10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Marcello Di Bello, Lehman College, CUNY
Statistical Modeling, Mis-specification Testing, and Exploration
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Elay Shech, Auburn University
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 09
Causal Modeling
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Causality
Moderators
David Kinney, Santa Fe Institute
Distinctness and Extensional Independence
10:05AM - 10:37AM
Presented by :
Holly Andersen, Simon Fraser University
Underdeterministic Causation
11:42AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Tom Wysocki, University Of Pittsburgh
Causation and the Problem of Disagreement
10:37AM - 11:10AM
Presented by :
Enno Fischer, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Structural Decision Theory
11:10AM - 11:42AM
Presented by :
Tung-Ying Wu, Institute Of Philosophy, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
Variable Definition and Independent Components
09:32AM - 10:05AM
Presented by :
Lorenzo Casini, Sant'Anna School Of Advanced Studies
Co-authors :
Alessio Moneta
Marco Capasso
Boolean Causal Inference and Causal Minimality Condition
09:00AM - 09:32AM
Presented by :
Jiji Zhang, Lingnan University
Co-authors :
Kun Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Pickersgill
Participation in Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science | General philosophy of science - other | Ethics of science | Experiment | Sociology of Science
Moderators
Matthew Brown, The University Of Texas At Dallas
Engineering Roles and Identities in the Scientific Community: Toward Participatory Justice
09:00AM - 09:32AM
Presented by :
Vitaly Pronskikh, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Growing Knowledge: Epistemic Objects in Agricultural Extension Work
09:32AM - 10:05AM
Presented by :
Julia Bursten, University Of Kentucky
Catherine Kendig, Michigan State University
Structural Causes of Citation Blindness
10:05AM - 10:37AM
Presented by :
Hannah Rubin, University Of Notre Dame
Participation and Objectivity
10:37AM - 11:10AM
Presented by :
Inkeri Koskinen, Tampere University
The Diversity-Ability Trade-Off in Scientific Problem Solving
11:10AM - 11:42AM
Presented by :
Samuli Reijula, University Of Helsinki
Jaakko Kuorikoski, University Of Tampere
Creativity in the Social Epistemology of Science
11:42AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Mike Schneider, University Of Illinois At Chicago
09:00AM - 12:15PM
Key Ballroom 12
Space and Time
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - space and time
Moderators
Edward Slowik, Winona State University
Circular Spaces and Privileged Times
09:00AM - 09:32AM
Presented by :
Ann C Thresher, UC San Diego
Is the Holographic Principle a Principle of Quantum Gravity?
09:32AM - 10:05AM
Presented by :
Chris Arledge, Johns Hopkins University
Energy Conditions in Theories of Modified Gravity
10:05AM - 10:37AM
Presented by :
Helen Meskhidze, University Of California, Irvine
How to Make Presentism Consistent with Special Relativity
10:37AM - 11:10AM
Presented by :
Mark Balaguer, Cal State LA
No Time for Time from No-Time
11:10AM - 11:42AM
Presented by :
Craig Callender, University Of California, SanDiego
Co-authors :
Eugene Y. S. Chua, University Of California, San Diego
Suppressing Spacetime Emergence
11:42AM - 12:15PM
Presented by :
Joshua Norton, University Of California, Irvine
10:30AM - 10:45AM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
12:30PM - 01:45PM
Women's Caucus Lunch
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 12
The Significance of Quantization Procedures
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - quantum mechanics
Moderators
Samuel Fletcher, University Of Minnesota
On the Singularity of the Classical Limit
01:00PM - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Jeremy Steeger, University Of Washington
Deformation Quantization and the Emergence of Particles from Quantum Field Theory
01:30PM - 02:00PM
Presented by :
Benjamin Feintzeig, University Of Washington
Viewing Quantum Charge from the Classical Vantage Point
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Marian J. R. Gilton, University Of Pittsburgh
Decoherence and Deformation Quantization: Complementary or Rival Explanations of Classical Behavior?
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Joshua Rosaler, RWTH Aachen University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
The Major Transitions in Cognitive Evolution
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Cognitive Science
Moderators
Rob Wilson, University Of Western Australia
Cognition with Large and Small Brains
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Andrew Barron, Macquarie University
Mapping out the Landscape: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Behavioural Innovation
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Rachael Brown, Australian National University
Associative Learning as a Null Model
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Marta Halina, University Of Cambridge
Explaining Neural Transitions through Resource Constraints
10:30AM - 11:00AM
Presented by :
Colin Klein, Australian National University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 09
Philosophical Issues in Meta-analysis
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence
Conventional Choices in Outcome Measures Influence Meta-Analytic Results
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Hamed Tabatabaei Ghomi, Cambridge University
Co-authors :
Jacob Stegenga, University Of Cambridge
Replication Is for Meta-analysis
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Samuel Fletcher, University Of Minnesota
Reliability Weighting in Meta-analysis as a Response to the Replication Crisis
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
William Berger, University Of Pennsylvania
Co-authors :
Jiin Jung
Patrick Grim, The State University Of New York At Stony Brook
Bennett Holman, Yonsei University
Daniel Singer, University Of Pennsylvania
Just Leave It Alone? Recovery Metrics in Ecosystem Restoration
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Karen Kovaka, Virginia Tech
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 03
Philosophy in Science: Can Philosophers of Science Contribute to Science?
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Doing philosophy of science - methods and tools
Moderators
Ruobin Gong, Rutgers University
Philosophy in Science: Definition and Boundaries
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Thomas Pradeu, CNRS & University Of Bordeaux
Maël Lemoine, University Of Bordeaux
My Philosophical Interventions in Statistics
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Deborah Mayo, Virginia Tech
Philosophical Interventions in Science – a Strategy and a Case Study (Parsimony)
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Elliott Sober, University Of Wisconsin - Madison
How Evolutionary Science and Philosophy Can Collaborate to Redefine Disease
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Randolph Nesse, Arizona State University
Paul Griffiths, University Of Sydney
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Philosophy of Science Meets AI Ethics
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Unbiased Algorithms in a Biased Society? Epistemic Risk and Value Judgments in the Design of Recidivism-Prediction Tools
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Justin Biddle, Georgia Institute Of Technology
Value Transparency and Value-Ladenness in Machine Learning
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Rune Nyrup, Centre For The Future Of Intelligence
Inductive Risk, Understanding, and Opaque Machine Learning Models
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Emily Sullivan, Eindhoven University Of Technology
Against Model-Based Counterfactual Explanations
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Kate Vredenburgh, The London School Of Economics
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 11
Why Trust Science?
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Ryan O'Loughlin, Indiana University Bloomington
Why Trust Science?
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Naomi Oreskes, Harvard University
Trust Issues
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Chris Haufe, Case Western Reserve University
Forms of Trust in Science
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Heidi Grasswick, Middlebury College
Trust of Science as a Public Collective Good
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Matthew Slater, Bucknell University
Co-authors :
Emily Scholfield, Bucknell University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Pickersgill
Non-Metaphysical Resolutions of the Hole Dilemma
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Physics - space and time
Moderators
Rima Hussein, Johns Hopkins University
Mathematics, Metaphysics, and the Hole Argument: Then and Now
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Clara Bradley, University Of California, Irvine
Co-authors :
James Weatherall, University Of California, Irvine
Patching up the Representation of Spacetime in General Relativity
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
James Ladyman, University Of Bristol
Metaphysical Considerations after Resolving the Hole Dilemma without Metaphysics
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Francesca Vidotto, University Of Western Ontario
Permutations and Charts: Is the Hole Argument a Puzzle about Reference?
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Robert Rynasiewicz, Johns Hopkins University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 02
What Is Socially Responsible Science?
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Julia Bursten, University Of Kentucky
Socially Responsible Science: Mapping the Terrain
03:15PM - 03:45PM
Presented by :
Inmaculada De Melo-Martin, Weill Cornell Medicine--Cornell University
Kristen Intemannq, Montana State University
Socially Responsible Science as Accountable Science
03:45PM - 04:15PM
Presented by :
Haixin Dang, University Of Leeds
How to Identify Socially Responsible Research Endeavors?
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Martin Carrier, Bielefeld University
Representation Without Reification
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Joyce C. Havstad, University Of Utah
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Key Ballroom 01
Scientific Modeling
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling | Measurement
Moderators
Michael Miller, University Of Toronto
Gaining Traction: Foothold Concepts and Exemplars in Conceptual Change
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
William Goodwin, University Of South Florida
On Measurement Scales: Neither Ordinal nor Interval?
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Cristian Larroulet Philippi, University Of Cambridge
Solving the Problem of Scientific Model Transfer by Transfering a Scientific Model of Problem Solving
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Justin Price, University Of South Carolina
Close Encounters with Scientific Analogies of the Third Kind
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Francesco Nappo, UNC Chapel Hill
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Confirmation and Evidence
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence | Scientific Models / Modeling
Moderators
Soohyun Ahn, University Of Calgary
The Context of Plausibility
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Christophe Malaterre, Université Du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
The Problem of Circular Theory Dependence in Measurement: Uncertainty to the Rescue
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
Kent Staley, Saint Louis University
Co-authors :
Sophie Ritson, University Of Sydney
Tacking by Conjunction, Genuine Confirmation and Bayesian Convergence
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Gerhard Schurz, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Germany
Learning from the Shape of Data
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Sarita Rosenstock, Australian National University
02:00PM - 04:00PM
Armistead
Coherence and Inference
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence | Explanation
Explanatory Coherence and the Impossibility of Confirmation by Coherence
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Ted Poston, University Of Alabama At Tuscaloosa
Believe Me, I Can Explain! Beware of Inferences to the Explanandum
02:30PM - 03:00PM
Presented by :
David Colaco, Tulane University
Inference to the Best Explanation: A Material Account
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Daniel Swaim, University Of Pennsylvania
Inferential Reliability
03:30PM - 04:00PM
Presented by :
Rafael Ventura, University Of Pennsylvania
04:00PM - 04:15PM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Chemistry
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Realism / Anti-realism / Instrumentalism | Philosophy of Chemistry
Moderators
Farzad Mahootian
Classificatory Norms in Scientific Practice: The Unobjective but Rational *Chemical Element*.
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Matthew Barker, Concordia University, Montreal
Co-authors :
Matthew Slater, Bucknell University
The Chemical Bond is a Real Pattern
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Vanessa Seifert, University Of Bristol
The Nature of Ammonia (1807-1812): Analogy and Composition in the Work of Humphry Davy
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Sarah Hijmans, Université De Paris
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 02
Epistemic Risk
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Confirmation and Evidence | Values in Science | Philosophy of Psychology
Epistemic Risk in the Triangulation Argument for Implicit Attitudes
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Morgan Thompson, Bielefeld University
Assessing the Consequences of P-hacking using Expected Utility and the Argument from Inductive Risk
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Adrian Erasmus, University Of Alabama At Tuscaloosa
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 12
Mechanisms 2
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Mechanisms
A Novel Account of Activities for the Philosophy of Mechanisms
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Kalewold Kalewold, University Of Maryland College Park
Abduction and Composition
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Kenneth Aizawa, Rutgers
Co-authors :
Drew Headley, Rutgers University, Newark
Mechanistic Reductionism
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Tudor Baetu, Université Du Québec à Trois-Rivières
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 03
Deflationary Realism
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Realism / Anti-realism / Instrumentalism | History of philosophy of science
A Functionalist Turn for Selective Realism
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Alberto Cordero, CUNY Graduate Center & Queens College CUNY
How American Is Pragmatism?
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Alexander Klein, McMaster University
Nancy Cartwright and Modeling-Based Realism
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Omar El Mawas, Durham University
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 04
Simulation
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Computer Simulation
Moderators
Colin Allen, University Of Pittsburgh
The Exploratory Role of Explainable Artificial Intelligence
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Carlos Zednik, Eindhoven University Of Technology
Hannes Boelsen, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg
Verification, Validation, etc.
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Kevin Kadowaki, University Of California, Irvine
Simulation and Calibration: Mitigating Uncertainties
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Deborah Haar, University Of Illinois At Chicago And Illinois Institute Of Technology
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Armistead
Cancer
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Medicine
Moderators
Alan Love, University Of Minnesota
AI Inferences and Bad Data in Oncology
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Jonathon Abdal, Michigan State University
N-of-1 Cancer Trials: A Standardization & Meta-Analysis Framework
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Alison McConwell, University Of Massachusetts Lowell
Sarah Wieten, Stanford University
Squaring the Extrapolator's Circle
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Jonathan Fuller, University Of Pittsburgh
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Pickersgill
Formal Epistemology
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Formal Epistemology
Commutativity and Accuracy
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Lisa Cassell
Dutch Books and Logical Form
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Joel Pust, University Of Delaware
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 11
Geology
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Geology / Geophysics
Moderators
Alisa Bokulich, Boston University
Historical Sciences in the Era of Climate Change
04:15PM - 04:45PM
Presented by :
Jason Zinser, University Of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
A Pastist Approach to Animal Behavior and the Paradox of Marine Ichnology
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Ali Mirza, Indiana University Bloomington
Measuring Time with Fossils: A Start-Up Problem in Stratigraphic Geology
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Max Dresow, University Of Minnesota
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Key Ballroom 09
Philosophy of Neuroscience: Models and Methods
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Neuroscience
Explaining the Good as Well as the Bad? Mechanistic Understanding in the Gene-Environment Research on Differential Plasticity
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Olesya Bondarenko, University Of Cambridge
“It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Right”: The Coevolution of Technological and Mathematical Tools in Neuroscience
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Luis Favela, University Of Central Florida
04:15PM - 05:45PM
Psychiatry: Modelling, Conceptualizing and Treating Mental Illness
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Scientific Models / Modeling | Philosophy of Medicine
Moderators
Andrew Evans, University Of Cincinnati
From RDoC to DSM:
04:45PM - 05:15PM
Presented by :
Nicholas Zautra, University Of Guam
Reconsidering Harm in Mental Disorders
05:15PM - 05:45PM
Presented by :
Marko Jurjako, University Of Rijeka
Co-authors :
Mia Biturajac, University Of Rijeka
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Key Ballroom 05-06
Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address
Format : Special Event | Hybrid Presentation
Sunday, 14 Nov 2021
08:30AM - 09:30AM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Registration
08:30AM - 12:00 Noon
Douglass
Childcare
08:30AM - 12:00 Noon
Tilghman
Nursing Mothers' Room
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 03
Modeling the Social Structure of Science
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Game Theory
Moderators
Sophia Crüwell, University Of Cambridge
Cumulative Advantage and the Incentive to Commit Fraud in Science
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Remco Heesen, University Of Western Australia
Intervention and Backfire in the Replication Crisis
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Aydin Mohseni, University Of Pittsburgh, Center For The Philosophy Of Science
Scientific Progress and the Courtroom
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Cailin O'Connor, UC Irvine
Community Characteristics and the Spread of Better Scientific Methods
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Paul Smaldino, University Of California, Merced
The Dynamics of Journal Prestige
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Kevin Zollman, Carnegie Mellon University
Co-authors :
Julian Garcia Gallego, Monash University
Toby Hanfield, Monash University
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Opening Up Open Science
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Science policy
Moderators
Jackie Sullivan, University Of Western Ontario
Open Science and Epistemic Diversity: Friends or Foes?
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Sabina Leonelli, University Of Exeter
Openness About Openness: Why Pre-registration Is Failing and What To Do About It
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Felipe Romero, University Of Groningen
Certify Pre-Prints
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Carole Lee, University Of Washington
Making Open Science Work for Non-Specialists
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University
Commentary
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Patricia Soranno, Michigan State University
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Stability Concepts in Ecology and Their Practical Implications
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - ecology
Spatial Stability Is an Ecological Stability Concept We Need
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Christopher Eliot, Hofstra University
Different Meaning in Different Sizes: Ecology in Size Scales
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Tamar Schneider, Tel Aviv University, Israel
From Risk to Resilience in Environmental Impact Assessment
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Eric Desjardins, University Of Western Ontario
Ecosystem Stability, Equilibrium or Resilience Are Not Sufficient for Ecosystem Health
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Antoine C. Dussault, Centre Interuniversitaire De Recherche Sur La Science Et La Technologie/Collège Lionel-Groulx
Stability and Land Health
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Roberta L Millstein, University Of California, Davis
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Armistead
Reconstructing Geologic Time
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Geology / Geophysics
Moderators
Beckett Sterner, Arizona State University
Fossil and Molecular Clocks
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Katherine Valde, Wofford College
Learning to Measure What Isn't There: The Problem of Missing Time
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Alisa Bokulich, Boston University
Golden Spikes, Silver Bullets, and the Ma(r)king of Chronostratigraphic Boundaries
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Presented by :
Joeri Witteveen, University Of Copenhagen
Deep Sediments; Shallow Time
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Carlos Santana, University Of Utah
What is at Stake in the Formalization of a Chronostratigraphic Unit? A Case Study on the Anthropocene
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Hernán Bobadilla, University Of Vienna
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 10
Neural Networks as Models of the Human Mind
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Computer Simulation
Taking a Machine’s Perspective
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Chaz Firestone, Johns Hopkins University
Machine Learning and Conceptual Complexity
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Jens Kipper, University Of Rochester
Functional Intelligibility and Neural Network Models of the Brain
10:15AM - 10:45AM
Presented by :
Rosa Cao, Stanford University
Interpreting Deep Learning's Susceptibility to Adversarial Examples
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Cameron Buckner, University Of Houston
Learning Incommensurate Concepts
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Hayley Clatterbuck, University Of Wisconsin - Madison
09:00AM - 11:45AM
The Fundamental Physical Constants: Knowledge and Measurement
Format : Remote Presentation
Track : Measurement
Disrupting Zanzibars: The Epistemic Function of High Precision Divergence
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Alistair Isaac, University Of Edinburgh
The Role of Fundamental Constants in the International System of Units (SI)
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Susan Sterrett, Wichita State University
Alistair Isaac, University Of Edinburgh
Teru Miyake, Nanyang Technological University
Chris Smeenk, Western University
Adam Koberinski, University Of Western Ontario
The Interlinking Role of the Fine Structure Constant
10:15AM - 10:45AM
Presented by :
Teru Miyake, Nanyang Technological University
Trouble with Hubble: Status of Big Bang Models
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Chris Smeenk, Western University
Fundamental Constants and Quantum Field Theory
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Adam Koberinski, University Of Western Ontario
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 09
The Sciences of Sexual Desire
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science
Moderators
Char Brecevic, University Of Notre Dame
Don’t Publish, So That We Don’t Perish: the Case For and Against the Use of Neural Networks to Detect Sexual Orientation.
09:00AM - 09:30AM
Presented by :
Andreas De Block, KU Leuven
Science in the Service of Cultural Norms - the Pathologization of Female Desire
09:30AM - 10:00AM
Presented by :
Katarzyna Grunt-Mejer, SWPS University Of Social Sciences And Humanities
Sex Differences in Sexual Desire
10:15AM - 10:45AM
Presented by :
Jacob Stegenga, University Of Cambridge
Sexuality and Genderality: On Personal and Conjoined Embodiment
10:45AM - 11:15AM
Presented by :
Erin Nash, University Of New South Wales
Nicole Vincent, University Of Technology Sydney
Commentator
11:15AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
John Dupre, University Of Exeter
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 02
Evolution 2
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Philosophy of Biology - evolution
How to Think About Homology: History vs Kinds
09:00AM - 09:33AM
Presented by :
Robert Kok, University Of Utah
The Epistemic Value of the Living Fossils Concept
09:33AM - 10:06AM
Presented by :
Aja Watkins, Boston University
What Are the ‘Levels’ in Levels of Selection?
10:39AM - 11:12AM
Presented by :
Markus Eronen, University Of Groningen
Grant Ramsey, KU Leuven
The Emptiness of Species
11:12AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Derek Skillings, University Of North Carolina At Greensboro
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 01
Explanation
Format : In-Person Presentation
Track : Explanation
Moderators
Michael Lissack, Tongji University
A Normativist Account of Distinctively Mathematical Explanation
09:00AM - 09:33AM
Presented by :
Mark Povich, Tulane University
The Veridicality Problem in Non-causal Explanations
09:33AM - 10:06AM
Presented by :
Daniel Kostic, Institute For Science In Society (ISiS) Radboud University, The Netherlands
The Relevance of Irrelevance to Scientific Explanation
10:06AM - 10:39AM
Presented by :
Collin Rice, Bryn Mawr College
Understanding and Equivalent Reformulations
10:39AM - 11:12AM
Presented by :
Josh Hunt, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Abstraction, Explanation, and Effective Field Theories
11:12AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Martin King, University Of Bonn
09:00AM - 11:45AM
Key Ballroom 12
Philosophy of Physics
Format : Hybrid Presentation
Track : Values in Science | Philosophy of Physics - quantum mechanics | Scientific Models / Modeling | Philosophy of Biology - general / other | Laws of Nature
Moderators
Esat Canberk Özçelik, Bahçeşehir University
Nomic Vagueness
09:00AM - 09:33AM
Presented by :
Eddy Keming Chen, UC San Diego
The Metaphysics of Chaos Theory
09:33AM - 10:06AM
Presented by :
Brett Park, University Of Pittsburgh
A Principle Explanation of Bell State Entanglement: Conservation per No Preferred Reference Frame
10:06AM - 10:39AM
Presented by :
W.M. Stuckey, Elizabethtown College
Co-authors :
Michael Silberstein, Elizabethtown College
Non-Empirical Physics, String Theory, and Minimal Criteria
10:39AM - 11:12AM
Presented by :
Pablo Ruiz De Olano, Max Planck Institute For The History Of Science
Co-authors :
Anke Bueter, Aarhus University
Infrared Cancellation and Measurement
11:12AM - 11:45AM
Presented by :
Michael Miller, University Of Toronto
10:00AM - 10:15AM
Key Ballroom South Foyer
Coffee Break
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