The list and scope of presenters at the Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism conference continues to grow. The conference committee is very pleased with the response to the conference so far. Register today to be a part of it!
So far, the conference has scholars from the fields of economics, psychology, computer science, biology, philosophy, and theology, and the list continues to grow. The goal of the conference is not to throw stones at methodological naturalism, but to instead:
- Recognize the contributions of methodological naturalism to science’s history.
- Recognize the shortcomings of methodological naturalism for making progress in various avenues of inquiry.
- Develop alternate methodologies which better serve the questions being asked today, and to stimulate the questions that aren’t being asked.
If you would like to submit an abstract, check out the call for abstracts. To join the conference, register here.
I am particularly excited that Philipp Bagus (associate scholar at the Mises Institute and associate professor at the University Rey Juan Carlos) will be given a talk on Mises’ methodological dualism in economics, and Dr. Sam Rakover (Professor Emeritus at the University of Haifa) will be talking about his work in methodological dualism and multi-explanatory frameworks in psychology.
Our list of speakers and attendees keeps growing, and there are several more speakers that have expressed interest but are not yet fully confirmed.
Join us for the conference – it should be both fun and enlightening! Also share this with your own mailing lists and friends.