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Contingency and Dissent in Science invite you to a workshop on Institutionalizing Epistemic Standards for Science

///Contingency and Dissent in Science invite you to a workshop on Institutionalizing Epistemic Standards for Science

Contingency and Dissent in Science invite you to a workshop on Institutionalizing Epistemic Standards for Science

Contingency and Dissent in Science invite you to a workshop on

Institutionalizing Epistemic Standards for Science

December 1st and 2nd, 2008 LSE, London Monday Dec 2nd 10.00 — 11.30 Room T206 Dr Michael Feuer, Executive Director, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education in the National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academies of Science, USA

“Scientific Advice as Procedural Rationality: The Origins and Functions of the National Research Council”

11.30 — 12.00 Coffee Break

12.00 — 1.30 Room T206

Dr Justin Biddle, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Philosophy, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Title T.B.A.

1.30 — 2.30 Lunch Break

2.30 — 4:00 Room NAB107 Prof Matthias Kaiser, Director, National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology, Norway

Title T.B.A.

4 — 4.30 Break

4.30 — 6.00 Room NAB107 Prof Nils Roll Hansen, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy, Univ. of Oslo, Norway

“The importance of distinguishing theoretical (‘basic’) and practical (‘applied’) science in analyzing scientific dissent and controversy”

BREAK

7.30 Speakers’ dinner

Contingency and Dissent in Science invite you to a workshop on Institutionalizing Epistemic Standards for Science

December 1st and 2nd, 2008 LSE, London Monday Dec 2nd 10.00 — 11.30 Room T206

Dr Michael Feuer, Executive Director, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education in the National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academies of Science, USA “Scientific Advice as Procedural Rationality: The Origins and Functions of the National Research Council”

11.30 — 12.00 Coffee Break

12.00 — 1.30 Room T206

Dr Justin Biddle, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Philosophy, University of Bielefeld, Germany Title T.B.A.

1.30 — 2.30 Lunch Break

2.30 — 4:00 Room NAB107

Prof Matthias Kaiser, Director, National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology, Norway

Title T.B.A.

4 — 4.30 Break

4.30 — 6.00 Room NAB107 Prof Nils Roll Hansen, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy, Univ. of Oslo, Norway “The importance of distinguishing theoretical (‘basic’) and practical (‘applied’) science in analyzing scientific dissent and controversy” BREAK

7.30 Speakers’ dinner

Tuesday Dec 3rd

10.00-10.30 Coffee Break

10.30 — 12.00 Room T206 Post workshop group discussion

Tuesday Dec 3rd

10.00-10.30 Coffee Break

10.30 — 12.00 Room T206 Post workshop group discussion

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