Science, culture and identity 1700-1900

Seminar at the Research Unit for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, AU

26.04.2018 | Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen

Program

  • 1.15PM-1.20PM: Welcome and introductions
  • 1.20-1.55: Anna Marie Roos (University of Lincoln): Lives and Afterlives of Edward Lhwyd's Lithophylacii Britannici ichnographia (1699)
  • 1.55-2.30: Charles Wollfe (Sarton Centre for history of science): Life between metaphysics and science: Lessons from 18th century vitalism
  • 2.30-2.55: Break (including coffee)
  • 2.55-3.30: Stephen Gaukroger (University of Sydney): The End of Enlightenment: Neo-Kantianism and the assimilation of science to philosophy
  • 3.30-3.45: Plenary discussion

Venue

  • Auditorium 2 (building 1441, room 112)

Date 

  • Thursday 3 May 2018
Seminar