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EPSA07: 1st Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association

   Contributed papers are invited to the 1st Conference of the newly founded European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA). The conference will take place at Complutense University, Madrid, from 15-17 November 2007. The official language of the conference is English.

   For details of the Association (EPSA) and the Conference (EPSA07) see:

       :: The EPSA website at http://www.epsa.ac.at.

       :: The EPSA07 Conference homepage.

   Papers are welcome in any of the five different sections of the conference as follows:
  1. General Philosophy and Methodology of Science
  2. Philosophy of the Natural Sciences
  3. Philosophy of the Social Sciences
  4. Formal Methods in Philosophy of Science
  5. Historical, Social and Cultural Studies of Philosophy of Science

   Abstracts of contributed papers should be submitted directly to the Programme Committee through the webpage http://www.easychair.org/EPSA07.

   Abstracts must be in English, not exceed 500 words, should start with the number and title of the relevant section, followed by the title of the paper, the author's name, address, and email address. For example:

Section 5. Historical, Social and Cultural Studies of Philosophy of Science
Moritz Schlick Jnr.,
University of Logical Positivism,
1925 Carnapstrasse, Twin Vienna, Otherland.

   The allocated time for delivering contributed papers at the conference will be 30 minutes, including discussion.

   Abstracts received by the deadline (1st May 2007) will be refereed by the Conference Programme Committee. Status of acceptance will be communicated to authors by 1st July 2007.

   Deadline for the submission of abstracts: 1st May 2007

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