Rotman Speaker Series: Charlotte Werndl, London School of Economics

Confirmation and Calibration in Climate Science April 14, 2014

Special Event with Situating Science, Joel Lexchin, York University

Those Who Have the Gold Make the Evidence: The Pharmaceutical Industry and Clinical Trials April 10, 2014

This event is presented in collaboration with Situating Science.

Rotman Lecture: Bas van Fraassen (2 of 2), Princeton University and San Francisco State University

The Semantic Approach to Science, After 50 Years April 04, 2014

Rotman Speaker Series: Jonathan Kimmelman, McGill University

Anatomy of Clinical Translation: Ethics, Epistemology, and Policy March 21, 2014

Neurophilosophy Speaker Series: Howard Eichenbaum, Boston University

The Hippocampus in Space and Time March 12, 2014

Co-sponsored by the Brain and Mind Institute

Rotman Special Event: Douglas Kutach, Western University

Empirical Fundamentalism January 28, 2014

Rotman Special Event: Stathis Psillos, Western University

Revisiting the 'Bankruptcy of Science' Debate January 24, 2014

Philosophy Speaker: Tim Bayne, University of Manchester

The Puzzle of Cognitive Phenomenology November 22, 2013

2013 Annual Rotman Conference: Oct 5-6

Science and Reality October 05, 2013

Rotman Speaker Series: Naomi Oreskes, Harvard University

Merchants of Doubt: Using History and Philosophy of Science to Understand the Climate Change Debate October 04, 2013

Rotman Guest Speaker: Abdessalam Ben Maissa, Mohammed V-Agdal University, Morocco

Critical Thinking and the Future of Islam: Supporting Democracy in North Africa Through Education September 27, 2013

Neurophilosophy Speaker Series: William Bechtel, University of California, San Diego

Investigating Neural Representations: The Tale of Place Cells September 19, 2013

2012/2013 Neurophilosophy Speaker: Alfonso Caramazza, Harvard University

Levels of Representation in the Mind/Brain: What Good Are Sensory May 01, 2013

2012/2013 Speaker Series: Wendy Parker, Ohio University

Beyond Prediction: The Computer as 'Inductive Device' in the Study of Weather and Climate April 05, 2013

2012/2013 Rotman Institute Lecturer: John Norton 1 of 2, University of Pittsburgh

Einstein as the Greatest of the 19th Century Physicists March 14, 2013

2012/2013 Rotman Speaker Series: Eric Schliesser, Ghent University

What Happened to Knightian (and Keynesian) Uncertainty Post WWII? November 30, 2012

2012/2013 Rotman Speaker Series: Patricia Churchland

Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tells Us About Morality November 19, 2012

2012/2013 Rotman Speaker Series: Lainie Ross, University of Chicago

Deceased Donor Kidney Allocation: Equity, Efficiency and Unintended Consequences November 02, 2012

2012/2013 Rotman Speaker Series, Northwestern University

The Paranoid Style in American History of Science October 05, 2012

2012/2013 Rotman Speaker Series: Stephen Gaukroger, University of Sydney

Sensibility and Metaphysics: Diderot, Hume, Baumgarten and Herder September 21, 2012

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Moira Howes, Trent University

Agency and the Evolution of Human Reproductive Immune Functions April 13, 2012

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Michael Parker, University of Oxford

Moral Craft in the Genetics Clinic and Laboratory March 30, 2012

2011/2012 Rotman Institute Lecturer: Nancy Cartwright, London School of Economics & Political Science, University of California San Diego

Evidence, Argument and Mixed Methods, and Wiser Use of Social Science, Wiser Wishes, Wiser Policies March 08, 2012

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Sylvia Berryman, University of British Columbia

How Many Philosophers Does It Take To Haul A Ship? Thoughts on the Philosophical Reception of Ancient Greek Mechanics February 17, 2012

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Alison Wylie, University of Washington

A Plurality of Pluralisms - Collaborative Practice in Archaeology November 18, 2011

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Katherine Brading, University of Notre Dame

Unity, Change, and What There Is November 04, 2011

2011/2012 Rotman Speaker Series: Sandra Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh

GMOs and Policy in a complex, Diverse World September 30, 2011