The 3rd East Asia Conference on the Philosophy of Science

The Third East Asia Conference on the Philosophy of Science
National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, October 3-4, 2013

Program
Day1 October 3, 2013

09:00–09:40 “Epistemology and Ecosystem of Knowledge in Islamic Science”
      Mohd Yusof Hj. Othman (UKM, Malaysia)
09:40–10:20 “Quine vs. Statistics Revisited”
      Yasuo Deguchi (Kyoto University, Japan)

10:20–10:40 Tea Time

10:40–11:20 “How a Theory Represents? A View from Model-Based Approach”
      Szu-Ting Chen (NTHU, Taiwan)
11:20–12:00 “Boundary of a Thinking Agent?: (Re-)Demarcating the Internal from the External”
      Insok Ko (Inha University, South Korea)

12:00–13:00 Lunch Time

13:00–13:40 “The Emergence of Earth and Planetary Science and Its Philosophical Significance”
      Shigeyuki Aoki (Aizu University, Japan)
13:40–14:20 “Models and Credibility”
      Hsiang-Ke Chao (NTHU, Taiwan)
14:20–15:00 “Scientific Metaphysics?”
      Joonho Park (Chonbuk National University)

15:00–15:20 Tea Time

15:20–16:00 “Rethinking Our Visual Streams: A Critique of the Dual Visual Systems Hypothesis and
          the Alternatives”
      Yuki Sugawara (Kyoto University, Japan)
16:00–16:40 “Laws and Capacities: Rethinking a Contrast between Eastern and Western Worldviews”
      Kai-Yuan Cheng (NYMU, Taiwan)

16:40–17:00 Tea Time

17:00–17:40 “Integration of Knowledge and Scientific Method”
      Yeongseo Yeo (Dongduk Women’’s University, South Korea)

17:40       Dinner

Day2 October 4, 2013

09:00–09:40 “Classification of Knowledge in Southeast Asia”
      Mohammad Alinor (The Academy of Islamic Science Malaysia, Malaysia)
09:40–10:20 “Who was Cartesian in Science? A Philosophical Consideration”
      Ruey-Lin Chen (CCU, Taiwan)

10:20–10:40 Tea Time

10:40–11:20 “Collective Confidence in Global Warming: a Social Bayesian Point of View”
      Tetsuji Iseda (Kyoto University, Japan)
11:20–12:00 “Controversies in Extended Cognition Theory”
      Young E Rhee (Kangwon University, South Korea)

12:00–13:00 Lunch Time

13:00–13:40 “A Philosophical Analysis on the History of Species Concept”
      Hsien-I Chu (CCU, Taiwan)
13:40–14:20 “What A Tale of Two Minds Can Be”
      Yuichi Amitani (Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan)
14:20–15:00 “Evolutionary Theory and Bayesianism”
      Ryota Morimoto (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan)

15:00–15:20 Tea Time

15:20–16:00 “Emergentism and Reductionism in Quantum Entanglement”
      Wonki Her (Seoul National University, South Korea)
16:00–16:40 “How is a Non-Reductive Nomological Relationship between Chemistry and
          Physics Possible?
      Min Ou Yang (CCU, Taiwan)

16:40–17:00 Tea Time

17:00–17:40 “The Significance of Value-Like Concepts in Patricia S. Churchland’s Naturalistic Study
          of Morality”
      Kyungjoon Oh (Hanyang University, South Korea)
17:40–18:20 “Scientific Cognition as Distributed Cognition”
      Hyundeuk Cheon (Seoul National University, South Korea)

18:20      Dinner