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Realism and Modern Science

Realism and Modern Science

 

where: Institute of Philosophy RAS (Moscow, 14 Volkhonka) aud. 215 (1st floor)

when: November 22-23; beginning at 11 am on the 22nd

languages: English and Russian

Programme:

Thursday, November 22

10.30–11.00   Welcoming of participants.

11.00–12.10   Marc Lachiиze-Rey (Paris, CNRS). Covariant Realism.

12.10–12.30   Break

12.30–13.40   Nikita Golovko (Novosibirsk, RAS). Realistic Rationalism and String Theory.

13.40–15.00   Lunch

15.00–16.10   Andrej Sevalnicov (Moscow, RAS). Which Reality is Described by Quantum Mechanics?

16.10–16.30   Break

16.30–17.40   Tian Y Cao (Boston University): Incomplete, but real – A constructivist account of reference.

18.00–19.00   Social hour (reception)

 

Friday, November 23

11.00–12.10   Andrei Rodin (Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, RAS). What Comes After Structural Realism? Homotopy Type Theory and Constructive Identity.

12.10–12.30   Break

12.30–13.40   Alexander Panov (Moscow State University). The Nature of Mathematics and the Structure of Reality.

13.40–15.00   Lunch

15.00–16.10   Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz (University Paris-Diderot). The Main Lines of Penrose's Philosophical Realism. Examples in Quantum Mechanics and Twistor Theory.

16.10–16.30   Break

16.30–17.40   Vyacheslav S. Stepin (Moscow, RAS). Disciplinary Ontologies and the Scientific Image.

17.40–18.30   Round Table Discussion.