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|Rotman Institute of Philosophy Lectures
Two lecture given during a visit to the Institute. One is on Einstein and the other on issues of approximation and idealization in statistical physics
|March 14-15, 2013|
The lectures in this summer school span over a range of topics in philosophy (and history) of physics
|June 27- July 1, 2011|
|When Science and Philosophy
Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker Lectures
These five lectures present cases studies in the interaction of physical science with fundamental problems of philosophy. They reflect Carl Friedrich von Weizsaecker's interest in the intersection of science and philosophy.
|June 21- June 25, 2010|
|GSSPP08 - Geneva
Summer School in the Philosophy of Physics 2008
This summer school is offered to doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars in philosophy of physics and is based loosely on the topic "What is the Nature of Space and Time?" My lectures cover causation in physics, determinism in classical physics and Einstein's method in his discovery of general relativity.