Fellows’ talks


  1. Dentith, Matthew, Invitation to the Department of General Psychology and Methodology, University of Bamburg, Germany, November 12-23.
  2. Dentith, Matthew, “Expertise and Conspiracy Theories,” Science and Conspiracy (SCIECONS), Padua, Italy, November 28-30.
  3. Ionescu, Ștefan, Summer School “Evreii în sfera publică a Romaniei moderne,” Centrul pentru Studiul Istoriei Evreilor din Romania, Cristian (Brașov County, Romania), August 2-7 –  workshop discussing the book Jewish Resistance to Romanianization, 1940-1944 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
  4. Manolova, Divna, “Theodore Metochites and Nikephoros Gregoras on philomatheia and polymatheia,” CELFIS seminar, University of Bucharest, Bucharest, January 13.
  5. Tambassi, Timothy, “Below the Classifications of Geographical Boundaries. Ontology of Geography and Cultural Diversities,” Third International Research Conference Mechanisms for Formation of Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zone, Russian Academy of Sciences Research Center for Cultural Exclusion and Borderland Areas, St. Petersburg University, October.
  6. Toader, Iulian, “Improper Concepts and Scientific Knowledge,” Sociological Overtones in Logical Empiricism, Hungarian Academy of Science, Institute of Philosophy, Budapest, 11-12 April.
  7. Toader, Iulian, “Non-Categoricity as a Theoretical Resource,” Colloquium in Philosophy, Logic and Philosophy of Science, Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy, 27 April.
  8. Toader, Iulian, “On the Principle of Permanence as a Priciple of Rationality,” Ernst Mach Centenary Conference, University of Vienna, 16-18 July.



  1. Iordan Avramov,”The Role of Henry Oldenburg in the Advancement of Science at the Early Royal Society of London”, A short series of lectures in held in front of participants in the project “Institutionalization of British Science and the Public Sphere” funded by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science  (March 2015, Tokyo and Nagoya).
  2. Fabrizio Baldassarri, “Life and Living Bodies in Descartes’ Sciences of Life. Generation, Individuality and Vital Functions”, Brussels Seminar in Modern Philosophy, May 5-6, 2015
  3. Fabrizio Baldassarri, “Descartes’ Botanical Studies and the Dutch Experimental Communities: Methodical Experiments, Catalogs, Natural Histories”, RSA Conference Berlin, March 26-28, 2015
  4. Fabrizio Baldassarri, “Il lessico dell’evidenza e la fondazione della scienza nelle Regulae ad directionem ingenii”, Seminario Cartesiano Ordo et Methodus, March 13-14, 2015
  5. Fabrizio Baldassarri, “Between Dead and Living Bodies. Rethinking Descartes’ Sciences of Life”, New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, March 7-8, 2015
  6. Fabrizio Baldassarri, “Understanding Descartes: from his bio-medical manuscripts to a new mechanization of life”, Radboud University of Nijmegen, 21 May 2015
  7. Christian Ferencz-Flatz, „Die Erfindung eines Phänomenologen. Der Fall Alexandru Dragomir”, at the international conference: Horizons Beyond Borders: Traditions and Perspectives of the Phenomenological Movement in Central and Eastern Europe, Budapest, 17–19 June, 2015
  8. Divna Manolova, “Chance, Fate, and Free Will in Nikephoros Gregoras’ Letters and Roman History,” European Graduate School of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, September 3 – 5, 2015, Castro, Italy
  9. Divna Manolova, “Knowledge Unlimited: Intellectual Curiosity and Innovation in Byzantium”, Central European University, Faculty Tower #409, Budapest, V. Nádor u. 9., Hungary, Monday, November 23, 2015
  10. Tzuchien Tho, “Space and spacetime in the Dynamics”. Conference “Modern Geometry and the Concept of Space”, DE: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 6-8 July 2015
  11. Tzuchien Tho, “Physical causality in the modern world”. Conference “Leibniz – scientist, Leibniz – philosopher”, UK: University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, 3 – 5 July 2015
  12. Tzuchien Tho, “Symmetry, Invariance and Force in Leibniz’s Dynamics”. Workshop “Natural History, Mathematics, and Metaphysics in the Seventeenth Century”, Institute for Research in the Humanities – University of Bucharest, 27 May 2015
  13. Tzuchien Tho, Masterclass “Space Time and Motion in the Early Modern Period, Institute for Research in the Humanities – University of Bucharest, 18-22 May 2015
  14. Tzuchien Tho, “The ‘necessity’ of contingency in Leibniz’s dynamics”. Contingency workshop, DE: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 12 May 2015.
  15. Tzuchien Tho, “What do impossible objects do? “Inclinations” lecture series, OR Gallery, DE: Berlin, 5 May 2015.
  16. Tzuchien Tho, “Efficient and final causality in the development of Leibniz’s dynamics”, CELFIS seminar, RO: University of Bucharest, 4 Mar 2015.
  17. Tzuchien Tho, “La dynamique Leibnizenne et l’espace”. Journée d’etudes Leibnizennes, Aix-en-Provence, FR: l’Université Aix-Marseille, 13 Feb 2015.
  18. Kirsten Walsh, ‘Newton’s Laws and “Epistemic Amplification”‘, Bucharest-Princeton Seminar, July 2015
  19. Kirsten Walsh, ‘Newton: from probability to certainty?’, IRH Workshop “Natural History, Mathematics, and Metaphysics in the Seventeenth Century”, May 2015
  20. Kirsten Walsh, ‘Newton as a Philosopher of Science’, IRH lunchtime seminar, May 2015