The latest CauSci news are posted here, including a link to the CauSci Newsletter.
CauSci is a 4-year interdisciplinary research project, funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NFR) and hosted by the School of Economics and Business at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU).
Filosofikafeen er et uformelt og populærvitenskapelig forum for å presentere og diskutere filosofiske tema med introduksjonsforedrag. Her kan du kombinere lunsjpausen med filosofisk debatt, innledet av inviterte forskere. Vi holder til i biblioteket i Tårnbygningen. Alle er velkomne!
CauSci consists of a large international network of philosophers and scientists.
The CauSci team teaches a 300-module at UMB on Causation in Science. The course gives 5 credits and is open for all students interested in the philosophical and methodological foundations of science.
The Philosophy & Science Forum started up in the spring 2011 and provides an interdisciplinary meeting place to present, discuss and advance topics related to the theory and philosophy of science. Lectures are open for all.
We here publish podcasts, slides or handouts from the PhilSci forum and the Philosophy Café.
CauSci has two institutional partners: SVT in Bergen and Department of Philosophy in Nottingham. In addition, many of the CauSci researchers are involved in related projects and networks.
The next CauSci conference will be held on 15-17 September 2014 at NMBU. All relevant information will be posted here.
The theoretical background of this project is a dispositional theory of causation, developed in Mumford and Anjum's book Getting Causes From Powers.