[Webinar] Epistemic commitments of complexity theories

[Webinar] Epistemic commitments of complexity theories

Mon, 01/03/2021


The conference “Epistemic commitments of complexity theories” aims at gathering practitioners of the field, as well as researchers in philosophy, history, sociology, in order to address the axiological, ideological and political aspects of some of the most important complexity theories: complex systems sciences (Santa Fe Institute style), cybernetics and systemics (autopoiesis, Hayekian neoliberalism, Odum ecology, etc.)…

  • Introduction to the webinar: Fabrizio Li Vigni & Pablo Jensen
  • Introduction to complexity theories: Fabrizio Li Vigni
  • Cybernetics and Wicked Problems: Andy Pickering

  • Second cybernetics. The science of saving energy: Thomas Turnbull
  • From cybernetics to complexity: Jean-Pierre Dupuy

  • CosmoTech: from complexity research to business: Michel Morvan
  • Complex thinking in organization studies: from theory to practice: David Vallat

  • Whose complexity? Modelling or governing the environment?: Catharina Landstrom
  • Complexity sciences and Hayek's neoliberalism: Fabrizio Li Vigni

  • The Earth system: genealogy of the global environment as a complex system: Sébastien Dutreuil
  • From Cybersyn to social macroscopes: contributions of complex systems research to a social reflexivity: David Chavalarias

  • The (non)neutrality of science and algorithms: Aniello Lampo
  • Can gender inequality be created without inter-group discrimination?: Floriana Gargiulo

  • Les complexités de la physique: Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond et Marc Barthelemy

  • A non-imperialist physics: Quentin Rodriguez
  • Thermodynamics as the science of complexity in Ilya Prigogine and Isabelle Stengers’ Order out of chaos (1979). Is thermodynamics really able to help social sciences?: Emanuel Bertrand

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