Talks

2020

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend’s re-evaluation of scientific practice: Quantum mechanics, realism and Niels Bohr”, presented at the Workshop: How Quantum Mechanics changed Philosophy, Wuppertal, Germany, 16-17 January 2020.  refereed 

Hunziker, Samuel and Daniel Kuby. “Programming tolerance: Carnap and the rise of computer languages”, presented at Early Lunch Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Konstanz, Germany, January 23, 2020.  in-house 

Antos, Carolin and Daniel Kuby. “The ‘algebraic vs. non-algebraic’ distinction”, presented at the International Workshop: Structuralist Foundations, Vienna, Austria, February 20-21, 2020.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “Was ist die Philosophie der Programmiersprachen? I don’t know, but I want to find out!”, presented at Kolloquium (Leon Horsten), Department of Philosophy, University of Konstanz, Germany, May 18, 2020.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Carnap’s Principle of Tolerance: From logic to programming languages”, presented at the Logik Café, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria, October 12, 2020.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “Programming tolerance: Carnap and the rise of programming languages”, to be presented at the 4th TiLPS History of Analytic Philosophy Workshop, Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics and Philosophy of Science, Tilburg University, Netherlands, December 14-15, 2020.  refereed 

2019

Kuby, Daniel. “On the benefits of the Cold War: The case of the Third Vienna Circle”, presented at the D-GESS Kolloquium, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, March 27, 2019.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “Ludwik Fleck and the Left Vienna Circle: Networks in the sociology of knowledge”, presented at the Conference Ludwik Fleck and his “Thought Collectives”, Center for Urban History of East Central Europe, Lviv, Ukraine, April 11-14, 2019.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “On the benefits of the Cold War: The case of Paul Feyerabend and the Third Vienna Circle”, presented at the TiLPS History of Analytic Philosophy Workshop, Tilburg, Netherlands, July 15-16, 2019.  refereed 

Antos, Carolin and Daniel Kuby. “Mutually inconsistent set theoretic-universes: An analysis of universist and multiversist strategies”, CLMPST 2019, Prague, Czech Republic, August 5-10, 2019.  refereed 

2018

Antos, Carolin, and Daniel Kuby. “The Practice of Forcing in Mathematical Logic and Its Relevance for Foundational Issues.” presented at the PASML2018: Practice-based Approaches in Science, Mathematics, and Logic: Challenges and Prospects, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, September 29, 2018.  refereed 

Antos, Carolin, and Daniel Kuby. “Forcing in the Philosophy of Set Theory: Analytic and Practice-Based Approaches.” presented at the FPNC 2018: Methodological Approaches in the Study of Recent Mathematics: Mathematical Philosophy and Mathematical Practice, University of Konstanz, Germany, September 19, 2018.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend’s Re-Evaluation of Scientific Practice: Quantum Mechanics, Realism and Niels Bohr.” presented at Early Lunch Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Konstanz, Germany, February 1, 2018.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend’s Re-Evaluation of Scientific Practice: The 1957 Colston Research Symposium in Bristol and Its Consequences.” presented at the HOPOS 2018, Ghent University, Belgium, July 12, 2018.  refereed 

Antos, Carolin, and Daniel Kuby. “Forcing in the Philosophy of Set Theory: Analytic and Practice-Based Approaches.” presented at the FPNC 2018: Methodological Approaches in the Study of Recent Mathematics: Mathematical Philosophy and Mathematical Practice, University of Konstanz, Germany, September 19, 2018.  in-house 

2017

Kuby, Daniel, and Carolin Antos. “Living in an Inconsistent Cosmos: The Case of Pluralism in Modern Set Theory.” presented at the Inconsistency and Scientific Pluralism Workshop, Ghent University, Belgium, November 8, 2017.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “On the Benefits of the Cold War: The Case of the Third Vienna Circle.” presented at the The socio-ethical dimension of knowledge: The mission of logical empiricism, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, November 12, 2017.  refereed 

2016

Kuby, Daniel, and Carolin Antos. “Forcing in Modern Set Theory – A Conceptual Change?” presented at the Logic Colloquium, University of Konstanz, Germany, May 12, 2016.  invited 

2015

Kuby, Daniel. “Protokollsätze Mit Gesang. Der Frühe Paul Feyerabend (1924–1955).” presented at the Lectures Series, IFK Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften, Vienna, Austria, May 11, 2015.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “Protokollsätze Mit Gesang. Der Frühe Paul Feyerabend (1924–1955).” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, May 15, 2015.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Explaining Feyerabend’s Historical Turn: A Case for Voluntarist Epistemology.” presented at the Feyerabend 2015: Forty Years ‘Against Method’, St. John’s College, Durham University, UK, July 16, 2015.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “Philosophie und Politik am Rande des Kreises: Viktor Kraft, Walter Hollitscher und Paul Feyerabend.” presented at the Ringvorlesung ‘Der Wiener Kreis – politische und philosophische Positionen’, University of Vienna, Austria, December 18, 2015.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Vom Kalten Krieg Als Wissenschaftsförderliche Rahmenbedingung: Notizen Zu Paul Feyerabends Werdegang in Wien, 1946-1955.” presented at the Vortragsreihe der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Vienna, Austria, December 18, 2015.  invited 

2014

Kuby, Daniel, and Carolin Antos. “Forcing in Der Modernen Mengenlehre – Eine Konzeptionsveränderung? Ideen Für Ein Forschungsprojekt.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, May 16, 2014.  in-house 

2013

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend, Logical Empiricist: A Reappraisal of the Continuity between Logical Empiricism and the ‘Post-Positivist’ Philosophy of Science.” presented at the Graduate student seminar of the Department of Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Canada, April 22, 2013.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Epistemic vs. Pragmatic Reasons to Believe That P.” presented at the PhD Seminar of the School of Social Sciences, Manchester, UK, May 29, 2013.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend, Logical Empiricist.” presented at the EPSA13, Helsinki, Finland, August 28, 2013.  refereed 

2012

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend Gegen Den ‘Historical Turn’ in Der Wissenschaftsphilosophie.” presented at the Kolloquium, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany, January 25, 2012.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend Gegen Den ‘Historical Turn’ in Der Wissenschaftsphilosophie.” presented at the Wissenschaftsphilosophisches Kolloquium, Universität Tübingen, Germany, January 25, 2012.  invited 

Kuby, Daniel. “Incommensurability -11: The Concept of Incommensurability in Feyerabend’s Dissertation of 1951.” presented at the Incommensurability 50 Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, June 1, 2012.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “A ‘Bottom-up Epistemology’: Viktor Kraft on Discovery, Justification and the Tasks of Philosophy of Science.” presented at the HOPOS 2012, Halifax, Canada, June 21, 2012.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend, Logical Empiricist.” presented at the FEYERABEND 2012, Helsinki, Finland, September 26, 2012.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “Gegen Die Disziplinierung Der Wissenschaftsphilosophie Und Wissenschaftsgeschichte: Ein Vorschlag.” presented at the DK The sciences in historical, philosophical and cultural contexts Colloquium, University of Vienna, Austria, November 28, 2012.  in-house 

2011

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend in Vienna: The Formative Years 1946–1955.” presented at the DK The sciences in historical, philosophical and cultural contexts Colloquium, University of Vienna, Austria, January 12, 2011.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend in Vienna: The Formative Years 1946–1955.” presented at the DK The sciences in historical, philosophical and cultural contexts Colloquium, University of Vienna, Austria, April 1, 2011.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Paul Feyerabend in Vienna: The Formative Years 1946–1955.” presented at the DK The sciences in historical, philosophical and cultural contexts Colloquium, University of Vienna, Austria, May 25, 2011.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “A Source of Feyerabend’s Decision-Based Epistemology: Hugo Dingler’s Voluntarism.” presented at the CLMPS 2011, Nancy, France, July 19, 2011.  refereed 

Kuby, Daniel. “On ‘Reviel Netz: The Shaping of Deduction in Greek Mathematics – A Study in Cognitive History.’” presented at the DK “The sciences in historical, philosophical and cultural contexts” workshop about methodological issues, Wolkersdorf, Austria, October 14, 2011.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend and the ‘Historical Turn’ in the Philosophy of Science.” presented at the Conference Philosophy of Science in Europe – European Philosophy of Science and the Viennese Heritage, Vienna, Austria, December 5, 2011.  refereed 

2010

Kuby, Daniel. “‘Rational Zu Sein War Damals Für Uns Eine Lebensfrage…’ Studien Zu Paul Feyerabends Wiener Lehrjahren.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, October 7, 2010.  in-house 

2009

Kuby, Daniel. “Carnap Und Kraft Über Werturteile.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, October 15, 2009.  in-house 

2008

Kuby, Daniel. “Ludovico Geymonat in Wien: Der Wiener Kreis Und Die Wissenschaftliche Philosophie in Italien.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, May 1, 2008.  in-house 

Kuby, Daniel. “Feyerabend vs. Kuhn: Über Die Ethischen Grundlagen Der Historiographie.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, December 4, 2008.  in-house 

2007

Adelsburg, Andrea, Daniel Kuby, Michael Luger and Daniel Schmidt. “Wikiwebs Für Kommunikationsprozesse.” presented at the 30. International Wittgenstein Symposium “Philosophy of the Information Society,” Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria, August 5, 2007.  refereed 

2006

Kuby, Daniel. “Lucio Russo: Die Vergessene Revolution Oder Die Wiedergeburt Des Antiken Wissens.” presented at the Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Institute Vienna Circle, Vienna, Austria, April 5, 2006.  in-house