It was a successful and memorable annual meeting for the BSPS this year in Manchester. Here is a snapshot of what people were saying about it on Twitter. British Society for the Philosophy of Science conference starts this week! Programme: http://t.co/vwur30CEw9 #BSPS2015 @TheBJPS — New Directions (@studyofthemind) July 1, 2015 Just arrived in Manchester for […]
Registration for the BSPS 2015 annual conference in Manchester was open until 26 June. Standard registration (waged): £155 Standard registration (unwaged): £90 Conference dinner: £25 Wine/beer with conference dinner: £8 The registration fee includes lunch and tea/coffee on both days, plus the drinks reception on Thursday evening.
The decision of the Co-Editors of the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science is that the Sir Karl Popper Prize for 2014 should be awarded to Rachael Brown for her paper ‘What Evolvability Really Is’, Br J Philos Sci (2014) 65 (3): 549-572.