Wednesday, September 20

09:00 – 11:40 Pre-Event by the Polish Philosophy of Economics Network
(Building C, room E)

Chair: Łukasz Hardt

  • Magdalena Małecka and Tomi K. Kokkonen. The Distinction between Epistemic and Institutional Concepts of Discipline and Why It Matters For the Philosophical Analysis of Exchanges between Economics and other Scientific Fields
  • Tomasz Kwarciński and Paweł Ulman. Hybrid Version of Well-Being. An Attempt of Operationalisation
  • Jarosław Boruszewski and Krzysztof Nowak-Posadzy. Copernicus-Gresham’s Law. A Methodological Reconstruction
  • Gilles Campagnolo. Economic Philosophy: a French Inventory. A presentation of French academic and intellectual landscape in economic philosophy

09:00 – 12:30 ENPOSS Registration

12:30 – 13:00 Opening words
(Building C, Nowa Aula)

13:00 – 14:30 Invited talk: Daniel Hausman (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Social Scientific Naturalism Revisited
(Building C, Nowa Aula)

14:30 – 14:50 Coffee break

14:50 – 16:50 Parallel sessions


(Building C, room E)

Chair: Jesus P. Zamora Bonilla

  • Willem van der Deijl. Can welfare be measured using preference-satisfaction?
  • Mats Ingelström. A Dilemma for Validating Subjective Well-Being Measurement
  • Christian Piller. Interpersonal Comparisons of Utility and Well-Being: What is the Problem? What is the Solution?

(Building C, room F)

Chair: Marcin Gorazda

  • Paweł Kawalec. Towards evolutionary theorizing on science dynamics: generation and production of scientific knowledge
  • Kaisa Kärki. Not doings as resistance:
    Conceptual issues between social sciences and the philosophy of action
  • Charles Lowe. Self-fulfilling theories, meta-theories, and values in science

16:50 – 17:10 Coffee break

17:10 – 18:30 Book symposium, Chair: Eleonora Montuschi
(Building C, room E)

Daniel Little. “New Directions in the Philosophy of Social Science”. Rowman & Littlefield International 2016.

Panelists:

  • Daniel Little (University of Michigan-Dearborn),
  • Gianluca Manzo (GEMASS & University of Paris-Sorbonne), and
  • Federica Russo (University of Amsterdam).

Thursday, September 21

09:00 – 11:00 Parallel sessions


(Building C, room E)

Chair: Rafał Paweł Wierzchosławski

  • Olle Blomberg. Team reasoning, joint action, and acting as if part of one large agent
  • Hein Duijf. Collective reasoning and collective responsibility gaps
  • Matti Heinonen. Discovering the Mechanisms of Joint Action

(Building C, room F)

Chair: Janina Filek

  • Raphaël Künstler. Introspective social sciences
  • Fran Osrecki. On the uses of counter-intuitivity in the social sciences
  • Mariusz Maziarz. Is a Unified Philosophy of Economics Possible?

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00 Invited talk: Anna Alexandrova (University of Cambridge). Are social scientists experts on values?
(Building C, Nowa Aula)

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch

14:30 – 16:30 Parallel sessions


(Building C, room E)

Chair: Julie Zahle

  • Raul Hakli and Kaarlo Miller. Group Preferences as Total Subjective Comparative Evaluations
  • David Strohmaier. Nested Groups: Membership and Parthood
  • Andres Luco. The Evolution of Inclusivist Morality

(Building C, room F)

Chair: Eleonora Montuschi

  • Ricardo Crespo. Liberal Naturalism and non-epistemic values
  • Hubert Cambier. The ethical, political and metaphysical foundations of Karl Popper’s methodological individualism
  • Edwin Koster and Peter Versteeg. The insider/outsider problem: beyond methodological ludism?

16:30 – 16:50 Coffee break

16:50 – 18:10 Book symposium, Chair: Sharon Crasnow
(Building C, room E)

Chrysostomos Mantzavinos. “Explanatory Pluralism”. Cambridge University Press 2016.

Panelists:

  • Chrysostomos Mantzavinos (University of Athens),
  • Jaakko Kuorikoski (University of Helsinki), and
  • Erik Weber (Ghent University).

19:30 – 21:00 Piano concert: Catherine Kautsky

21:00 – Conference Dinner

Friday, September 22

09:00 – 11:00 Parallel sessions


(Building C, room E)

Chair: Łukasz Hardt

  • Gianluca Pozzoni. Social mechanisms, scientific realism, and the metaphysics of causation
  • Philippe Verreault-Julien. How possibly could economic models be ‘how-possibly explanations’?
  • Dunja Seselja. The Epistemic Function of Agent-Based Models of Science: the case of scientific interaction

(Building C, room F)

Chair: Alban Bouvier

  • Martin Aranguren. Misrecognitive discrimination: inferring standards of adequate regard from individual emotions
  • Guillaume Dezecache. The social semantics of individual reactions to danger in humans: suggestions for a new typology
  • Valeria Motta. Socially Constructed Psychological Events. The Case of Loneliness as a Conceptual Act

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00 Invited talk: Bartosz Brożek (Jagiellonian University). The Architecture of the Legal Mind
(Building C, Nowa Aula)

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch

14:30 – 16:30 Parallel sessions


(Building C, room E)

Chair: Michał Możdżeń

  • Inkeri Koskinen. Defending a contextual account of objectivity
  • Jack Wright. If objectivity is plural how should it be used in economics?
  • Juliette de Wit and Chiara Lisciandra. Measuring social norms in economics. A philosophy of science perspective

(Building C, room F)

Chair: Jakub Janus

  • Eivind Balsvik. When interpretation becomes challenging
  • Albertina Oliverio. Our Understanding of False Beliefs. An Epistemological Evaluation of Misperceptions Sources in Health Care: The Case of Childhood Vaccinations.
  • Dominika Motak. Capitalism as Religion? Rethinking Walter Benjamin’s Thesis

16:30 – 16:50 Coffee break

16:50 – 18:10 Book symposium, Chair: Marcin Gorazda
(Building C, room E)

Łukasz Hardt. “Economics Without Laws. Towards a New Philosophy of Economics”. Palgrave Macmillan 2017.

Panelists:

  • Łukasz Hardt (University of Warsaw),
  • Paweł Kawalec (Catholic University of Lublin), and
  • Jesús Zamora-Bonilla (UNED, Madrid).

18:10 – 18:30 Concluding words
(Building C, Nowa Aula)

18:30 – 19:30 General meeting: Polish Philosophy of Economics Network
(Building C, room E)