[spsp-members] Debate (online): Relevance of History of Physics for Philosophy of Physics

Niels Martens martensniels at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 11:54:15 UTC 2022

Special session of the Bonn History and Philosophy of Physics Research
Tuesday 25 Jan 2022, 17:00-18:30 CET

*Debate: **Relevance of History of Physics for Philosophy of Physics*
Proponent: *Dennis Lehmkuhl *(University of Bonn)
Opponent: *Stephan Hartmann *(MCMP, LMU Munich)

*Registration:* the Zoom-link will be sent out on Monday 24 January via the
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*NB: a) My working hours may not be your working hours so please do not
feel obligated to reply outside your own normal work schedule; b) Feel free
to email me in German, which I can read; I hope it's ok if I respond in

*Niels Martens*
PostDoc, Philosophy of Physics

Research Unit "Epistemology of the LHC"
Lichtenberg Group for History and Philosophy of Physics, Bonn
Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics & Cosmology, Aachen
Website <https://martensniels.wordpress.com/> | Papers

New open access publications: "Dark Matter Realism"
<https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10701-021-00524-y>, "Editorial
of special issue on dark matter & modified gravity"
, "Sophistry about symmetries?"
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