Remaining videos from the The Gravity and Geometry: Centenary Perspectives on General Relativity conference have been posted to the Rotman YouTube channel. The following videos are now included in the playlist:
Lee Smolin, Perimeter Institute
The Identity of the Indiscernible as a Physical Principle
Marco Giovanelli, Einstein Papers Project
“What is truth?” Einstein on Rods and Clocks in Relativity Theory
Michael Friedman, Stanford University
Historical-Philosophical Reflections on the Principle of Equivalence: Newtonian, Kantian, and Einsteinian Relativity
The Gravity and Geometry: Centenary Perspectives on General Relativity conference is part of Einstein@Rotman 2015 – a year-long program of activities for both scholars and the general public, centred around the stunning successes and enduring significance of Einstein’s ideas.
Join the Rotman Institute of Philosophy this October for a lecture series in celebration of the 100th anniversary of general relativity. Lectures will be held each Wednesday, at 7:00 pm, at the Central Library. This week’s talk, by Chris Smeenk, is entitled Einstein’s Path to a New Theory. Other speakers include Stathis Psillos, Doreen Fraser, and Wayne Myrvold.