Interventions

Congrès ou workshops internationaux:

  • « Serendipity: an argument for scientific freedom? » (avec B. Bedesem), PSA biennal meeting, Atlanta, USA, 3-5 novembre 2016.
  • « Public participation in scientific and technological choices », International conference « Innovation beyond technique », Tokyo, 12-14 septembre 2016.
  • « Scientific freedom vs. political control of the sciences agenda: how philosophy of science can help reconcile the two », The Pond Inuagural Conference, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 4-6 septembre 2016.
  • « Pluralist challenges to a science-based metaphysics », 6ème congrès de la SPS, Lausanne, Suisse, 29 juin-1er juillet.
  • « Pluralist challenges to a science-based metaphysics », Bergen Philosophy of Science Workshop, Norvège,  14 juin 2016.
  • « What is left of (ontological) objectivity in a pluralist view of science », Bi-annual Estonian Philosophy Conference, 3-4 juin 2016, Tallin, Estonie (conférence plénière invitée)
  • « Pluralist challenges to a science-based metaphysics », New trends in the metaphysics of science workshop, université Pantheon Sorbonne, 16 décembre 2015 (conférence plénière invitée)
  • « What is left of (ontological) objectivity in a pluralist view of science? », « Scientific Objectivity », 8th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg (MuST) Conference in Philosophy of Science, Tilburg University, The Netherland, 10-12 juin 2015 (conférence plénière invitée).
  • « Public participation in the setting of research agenda: challenges from a philosophical perspectives », International Workshop « Engaging Society in Innovation and Creativity: Perspectives from a Social Sciences en Humanities », CNRS/EHESS-FFJ-JST/RISTEX, Paris, 2-3 juin 2015.
  • «  Réductionisme et métaphysique : peut-on être naturaliste sans être pluraliste ? », workshop « Unité ou désunité des sciences », université Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique, mai 2015.
  • « What would a feminist well-ordered science look like? », international workshop « Feminist Philosophy of Science« , Ghent University, 24-25 novembre 2014 (conférence plénière invitée).
  • « Which forms of limitation of the autonomy of science are epistemically acceptable (and politically desirable)? », Philosophy of science association, PSA biennal meeting, Chicago, 6-8 November, 2014.
  • « Must science be autonomous to be useful? », International Conference « Philosophy of Science in the 21st century – Challenges and Tasks », 4-6 décembre 2013, Lisbonne, Portugal.
  • “La science doit-elle être autonome pour être utile ? ”, 4ème congrès de SPS, Montréal, 2-5 June 2012 (conférence plénière invitée).
  • “Foliated pluralism”: A philosophicaly robust form of ontologico-methodological pluralism”, Third Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA)”, Athens, 5-8 octobre 2011.
  • “Computer simulations: a new style of scientific reasoning?”, Third Biennal of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice, University of Exeter, 22-24 June 2011.
  • “ From Hacking’s plurality of styles of scientific reasoning to “foliated” pluralism, a philosophically robust form of ontologico-methodological pluralism”, Philosophy of Science Association PSA2010 biennal meeting, Montréal, 3-6 novembre 2010.
  • “Are Stellar Kinds Natural Kinds? A Challenging Newcomer in the Monism/Pluralism and Realism/Antirealism Debate », second conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), Vrije University, Amsterdam, 21-24 octobre 2009.
  • “ From Hacking’s plurality of styles of scientific reasoning to “foliated” pluralism, a new form of ontologico-methodological pluralism”, Second Biennal Meeting of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 18-20 juin 2009.
  • “Are Stellar Kinds Natural Kinds? A Challenging Newcomer in the Monism/Pluralism and Realism/Antirealism Debate », Philosophy of Science Association PSA2008 biennal meeting, Pittsburgh, November 2008.
  • “What do we actually learn from virtual worlds? The limits of computer simulations in astrophysics and cosmology”, Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice, First Biennial Conference, Twente University, Netherlands, August 2007.
  • “Rethinking the social contract of science”, Young Researchers in the Humanities Forum, European Science Foundation, Lisbon, May 2007.
  • “Assessing the realistic virtues of models of complex real-world phenomena”, Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, October 2006.
  • “Science et valeurs : nouvelles questions, nouveaux enjeux”, Sixth Congress of HOPOS, the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, June 2006.
  • “Learning from a simulated Universe: the limits of virtual experiments in astrophysics and cosmology.”, Models and Simulations, LSE / CNRS Conference, Paris, June 2006.
  • “Critical reflexions on recent philosophical views about public participation in science”. Participatory approaches in science and technology, Macaulay Institute, Edinbourg, June 2006.
  • “Ontology relativized: commentary on Moulines”, an international workshop on Reduction and Emergence, Ecole Normale supérieure, Paris, November 2003.