Eino Kaila 120 Years; 2.9.2010, Helsinki

Eino Kaila 120 Years

Porthania, Lecture Hall P722, Thursday, September 2, 2010

Department of Philosophy, History, Culture, and Art Studies, University of Helsinki     & Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies


10.00-10.10    Opening
10.10-11.00    Matthias Neuber (University of Tübingen): From Carnap to Kaila – A Neglected Transition in the History of Philosophy
11.00-11.45    Juha Manninen (University of Oulu): From “Carnap’s Circle” to the Book on Human Knowledge
11.45-13.00    lunch break
13.00-13.45    Jaakko Hintikka (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies & Boston University): Invariance and Causality: On the Conceptual Background of Kaila’s Ideas
13.45-14.30    Matti Sintonen (University of Helsinki): Kaila on the Aristotelian and the Galilean Traditions in Science
14.30-15.00    coffee break
15.00-15.45    Ilkka Niiniluoto (University of Helsinki): Kaila’s Critique of Metaphysics
15.45-16.30    Anssi Korhonen (University of Helsinki): Eino Kaila’s Scientific Philosophy
16.30-16.45    break
16.45-17.30    Sami Pihlström (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies & University of Jyväskylä): Kaila on Pragmatism and Religion
17.30-18.15    Mikko Salmela (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies): Kaila on Ethics

Free entrance!