Workshop on scientific imagination at LSE

Fiora Sallis organised a very interesting workshop on the scientific imagination and epistemic representations at the London School of Economics on 28th October 2016. The program brought together philosophers and psychologists for a set of stimulating and detailed discussions:

Programme
10:00–11:15 Ruth Byrne (University of Dublin):
“Counterfactual Thought”
LAK.206
11:15–11:45 Coffee Break LAK.G.01C
11:45–13:00 Catharine Abell (University of Manchester):
“Epistemic Problems with Eliciting Imaginings”
LAK.206
13:00–14:15 Lunch
14:15–15:30 Fiora Salis (LSE):
“Capturing the Scientific Imagination”
LAK.206
15:30–16:00 Coffee Break LAK.G.01C
16:00–17:15 Timothy Williamson (University of Oxford):
“Counterfactuals and Thought experiments”
LAK.206
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