Lieu : Berlin (Allemagne)
Dates : 27-28 septembre 2022
Date limite de réponse à l’appel : 14 février 2022
„Medieval science“ is a fascinating object of study, both when viewed as a historical precondition of the rise of „modern science“, and when studied because its instances provide important examples of significantly different, yet highly sophisticated ways of thinking. However, those who wish to study particular instances of „medieval science“ in light of general philosophical reflections on science from the Middle Ages will not find much help in the recent literature: no general history of developments and shifts in medieval „theories of science“ is available, a state of affairs lamented already more than 50 years ago by Laurens Laudan, and again recently by Ana María Mora-Márquez.
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