Submitted by Jan Baedke (Ruhr University Bochum).
The Extended Evolutionary Synthesis: Philosophical and Historical Dimensions
Ruhr University Bochum, 21st – 22nd March 2019
This workshop will bring together scholars from history and philosophy of biology as well as biologists who have worked on the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis (including fields such as epigenetics, niche construction theory, and evo-devo) from biotheoretical, philosophical, and historical perspectives. A particular focus of the workshop will be laid on the past and present conceptual, explanatory, and methodological challenges evolutionary theory faces.
Andrew Buskell (University of Cambridge), Peter Hammerstein (Humboldt University of Berlin), Philippe Huneman (CNRS, Paris), Eva Jablonka (Tel-Aviv University), Ulrich Krohs (University of Münster), Vanessa Lux (Ruhr University Bochum), Francesca Merlin (CNRS, Paris), Gerd B. Müller (Konrad Lorenz Institute/University of Vienna), Daniel J. Nicholson (Konrad Lorenz Institute), Alejandro Fábregas Tejeda (UNAM, Mexico City), Tobias Uller (Lund University)
Jan Baedke & Christina Brandt
Institute of Philosophy I,
Centre for Anthropological Knowledge in Scientific and Technological Cultures (CAST)
Location: Beckmanns Hof, Ruhr University Bochum, 21st – 22nd March 2019