CfA: Dimensions of Measurement, March 14-16, 2013, Bielefeld

The conference will establish and explore “measurement” as a boundary object in several respects: At the boundary of theory and practice, measurement is of concern to philosophers, historians, social theorists with different views of science. Problems of measurement cut across the natural, social, and human sciences and engineering. Weberian, Foucauldian, logical empiricist and many other intellectual traditions converge on questions of method, of standardization, of world-making in measurement. ... (from official announcement; read more at: http://www.bicoda.info)

CfA: http://www.philosophie.tu-darmstadt.de/media/philosophie_bicoda/grafik/DimensionsofMeasurementCallforPapers.pdf

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Alfred Nordmann (Technische Universität Darmstadt),
 Dr. Oliver Schlaudt (Universität Heidelberg).

With: Marcel Boumans (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Hasok Chang (University of Cambridge), Laura Dassow Walls (University of Notre Dame), Mary Morgan (London School of Economics and Political Science), Eran Tal (University of Toronto), Nadine de Courtenay (Université Paris 7), Michael Heidelberger (Universität Tübingen), Martin Kusch (Universität Wien), Luca Mari (Università Cattaneo), Joel Michell (University of Sydney), Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge)

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