Organon 41, 2009

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PHILOSOPHIE

Jacques Bouveresse (Paris, France) — Jules Vuillemin (1920–2001) 5
Izydora Dąmbska — Conventionalism vs. Relativism [1938] 9
Jan Woleński (Cracow, Poland) — On Izydora Dąmbska and Her Philosophy 17
Jerzy Pluta (Warsaw, Poland) — Problem of Explanatory Circularity in Leśniewski’s Systems 25

  

ENSEIGNEMENT SUPERIEUR

Henri Meloni (Paris, France) — L’autonomie des universités: le cas de la France 31
Nutsa (Magda) Kobakhidze (New York, U. S. A.) — Education versus Military Expenditures in the Baltic States 41
Julianna Connelly (New York, U. S. A.) — Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania: International Relations Examined through Minority Language Education 51

VARIA

Jean–Claude Picot (Longpont sur Orge, France) — Water and Bronze in the Hands of Empedocles’ Muse 59
Lucyna Kostuch (Kielce, Poland) — The Transformation of the Phalanx and the Military Functions of Greek Divinities 85
Janusz Tazbir (Warschau, Polen) — Polnische Aufblähung angesichts der nationalen Assimilationsprozesse 93
Piotr Daszkiewicz (Paris, France) — L’expédition zoologique polonaise en Algerie d’après la correspondance de Wladyslaw Taczanowski à Konstanty Jelski 109
Bolesław Orłowski (Warsaw, Poland) — Polish Inventions: A Forgotten Contribution to The Allied Victory in World War II 121
Jan Tomkowski (Varsovie, Pologne) — Piotr Daszkiewicz (Paris, France) — Wacław Berent (1873–1940) — l’artiste et le naturaliste 129

 

“THE PROBLEM OF CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY OF ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL, MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE: A REAPPRAISAL” (TEN PAPERS PRESENTED DURING THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VIENNA, SEPTEMBER 10–12, 2008)

Introduction by M. Kokowski 137
Robert Podkoński (Łódź, Poland) — A Charm of Puzzles. The Fate of Richard Kilvington’s Philosophical Ideas 139
Elżbieta Jung (Łódź, Poland) — The Fourteenth and Seventeenth Century Project of Mathematical Physics. Continuity or Discontinuity? 151
Raffaele Pisano (Rome, Italy) — Continuity and Discontinuity. On Method in Leonardo da Vinci’ Mechanics 165
Fabio Zanin (Padova, Italy) — From Common Sensibles to Primary Properties. Rethinking Galilei’s Famous Distinction in Il Saggiatore 183
Thomás A. S. Haddad (University of São Paulo, Brazil) — Christoph Clavius, S. J. on the Reality of Ptolemaic Cosmology: Ex Suppositione Reasoning and the Problem of (Dis)Continuity of Early Modern Natural Philosophy 195
Arun Bala (Singapore, Singapore) — The Dialogical Roots of the Copernican Revolution: Implications for the Continuity Thesis 205
Maria Teresa Borgato (Ferrara, Italy) — Continuity and Discontinuity in Italian Mathematics after the Unification: From Brioschi to Peano 219
Isabel Serra (Lisbon, Portugal) — Francisca Viegas (Lisbon, Portugal) — Elisa Maia (Lisbon, Portugal) — Electron — A Main Actor in Scientific Controversies 233
Raffaele Pisano (Rome, Italy) — Ilaria Gaudiello (Bologna, Italy) — Continuity and Discontinuity in the History of Science. An Epistemological Inquiry through the Categories 245
Michal Kokowski (Cracow, Poland) — The Problem of Continuity and Discontinuity in the Development of Science from Ancient Times to the Present: A Reappraisal 267

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