IDTC International and Interdisciplinary Colloquium RPM.I 2018

2018, December 3rd Lille University, Pont de Bois Villeneuve D’Ascq, FranceÉcole doctorale (Doctoral School) Building F | Room F1.07 | 8h30 - 18h45Lille University, FRANCE Available from : [accessed Jan 03 2019].

Relationship between Physics and Mathematics in the History of Science & Nature of Science : How the Histories and Philosophies of Sciences Have Been Written ?

INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLOQUIUMRPM.I 2018Hosted by Inter-Divisional Teaching CommissionLACTH-ENSAPÉcole Nationale Supérieured’Architecture et de Paysage de Lille, Lille University, FranceIn collaboration with Lille University, FranceVenue2018, December 3rd Lille University, Pont de Bois Villeneuve D’Ascq, FranceÉcole doctorale (Doctoral School) Building F | Room F1.07 | 8h30 - 18h45Lille University, FRANCEGovernance & Chairpersons Raffaele Pisano (Lille University, France | IDTC)Antonella Mastrorilli (LACHT-ENSAP Lille, France | IDTC) The

IDTC International and Interdisciplinary Colloquium RPM.I 2018 Available from : [accessed Jan 03 2019].

RPM.I 2018 The Relationship between Physics and Mathematics in the History of Science & Nature of Science : How the Histories and Philosophies of Sciences Have Been Written ? General Aim Historical epistemology of science (such as part of the history of science) is one of the possible approaches to understanding the history and philosophical of science combining, i.e., historical/logico-epistemological/Nature of Science/Education aspects (primary sources, historical hypothesis, shared knowledge, arguments & reasoning, epistemological interpretations) and using logical and mathematical inquiring. For example : what are physics and mathematical objects in a scientific theory ? How are they linked ? Historians and philosophers of science-sometimes with high levels of training in the exact sciences and sometimes without such technical expertise-have deployed a wide variety of approaches (internal and external, disciplines, foundations, construction and negotiation of theories, experimental practices, etc.) and interpretive frameworks (the structure and consequences of networks, research sites, histories of technologies and wider cultures, etc.). The point has been reached at which historians and philosophers of the exact sciences can benefit from critically assessing feedback from the history of their own historical, epistemological and philosophical research. In other words : Where is an adequate audience among international book-publishers and journals ? How can we compare and assess historiographical and philosophical approaches and perhaps choose or design one type in preference to others ? Such questions would exist in any area of historical, epistemological, philosophical, Nature of science (Nos) and Education research, but they become very pointed when thinking about the practice on exact sciences. Is anything similar to this possible in historical inquiry ; in particular how constrained are historical propositions and theses by what counts as their internal evidential bases ? However, despite all this, it still seems relevant to seriously question if we now know enough about the actual dynamics of research in the exact sciences ; and because of historical/philosophical/Nos investigations, can we begin to think in terms of the similarities and analogies between such research and the activities ? Furthermore, what about the output of historians and philosophers, especially historians of science ? These reflections raise the possibility that considerations on what has been found out about science dynamics through work in the history of the exact sciences may be translated to further improve the practice of history/historical/epistemology-logics/historiography/NoS/Teaching. What does the history of these attempts, for a wider historiography of the sciences, suggest about surpassing the clash of these programs and the merely piecemeal accretion of individual studies of the exact sciences ? [Adapted from an unpublished document in collaboration with John Schuster (HPS Unit, Sydney University, Australia) for a roundtable at the Lille 2015 Summer school] Interdisciplinary Approach Foundations of Physics, History of Mechanics/Architecture, Foundations of Mathematics, History of Physics, History of Mathematics, History and Historical Epistemology of Sciences, Intellectual History, History of Scientific Thought, Philosophy of Sciences, Physics, Mathematics, History and Philosophy of Science, Logic, Chemistry, Teaching-Learning, Nature of Science/Education, Institutions & Professions, Science without Frontiers, Paradigms, Biographies, Editorial works. Key Subjects : Physics, Mathematics, Astronomy, Logic, Chemistry, Mechanics, Nature of Science/Education.

Programme & Schedule [3rd December 2018]

8h30 : Welcome, Registration & Help Desk


Charles ALUNNI (ENS Paris, France), Évariste Galois and his dissertation of Philosophy. Context and textual analysis

Antonella MASTRORILLI (LACTH-ENSAP University, France | IDTC), On the Truth of the Laws of Statics and Mechanics : Necessity or Contingency ?

Romano GATTO (Basilicata University, Italy), The Dualism Mathematical Model - Real (Physical) Model down the Modern Age ​ 10h45-11h00 : Coffee break

12h00-12h25 | 12h50

Philippe VINCENT (PhD Student, Lille University, France | IDTC), On the History of Gravitational Waves and its Nature of Science Teaching

13h-14h : Lunch


Michael SEGRE (Chieti University, Italy), How the Early History of Galilean Science was Written

Gianna KATSIAMPOURA (National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece | IDTC), The Contribution of History of Science in Teaching Science for Social Justice

Corinne BAUJARD (Lille University, France | IDTC), On the Museum and Management

Raffaele PISANO (Lille University, France | IDTC), On the Historical Categories of Inquiring into the History of Physics-Mathematics & Nature of Science (NoS)

15h45-16h00 : Coffee break


Mohammed MANSOURI (PhD Student, ENSA Paris-Malaquais and LACTH-ENSAP University, France), The reinterpretation of Muqarnas : Historical Development, Parametric Modeling, Fabrication

17h30-18h30 : Roundtable [keynote speakers] & Concluding Remarks Moderator : Raffaele PISANO (Lille University, France)

Epilogue : Abdelkader ANAKKAR (Lille University, France)

18h45 : Closing Session

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