Date: September 19-21, 2011
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Ghent University, Blandijnberg 2, Ghent, Belgium
Organization: Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science
This is the sixth conference in the Causality in the Sciences series of conferences.
Causality and causal inference play a central role in the sciences. Explanation is one of the central goals of scientific research. And scientific explanation requires causal knowledge. At least, these are well-known tenets in present-day philosophy of science.
In this conference, we aim to bring philosophers and scientists together to discuss the relation between causality and explanation.
For more information about the theme of the conference and for the timetable, see "Call for Papers"
For a posting on Prof. Little's blogspot "Understanding Society", see