Panels on Neo-Kantianism at the seventh congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS)

The conference took place at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., June 18-21, 2008. For the full conference program, click here.

The Natural and the Neo-Kantian:
Empirical Science and Neo-Kantianism
Chair: Alex Klein

In What Ways Was Helmholtz Kantian?
Gary Hatfield, University of Pennsylvania

Empirical Psychology, Physiology, and the A Priori
Lydia Patton, Virginia Tech

Empirical Psychology and Marburg School Neo-Kantianism on the Object of Psychology
Scott Edgar, Bryn Mawr College

Function and Symbol in Marburg Philosophy of Science
Alan Kim, Hamilton College

Cassirer on Logic, Mathematics, and Science
Chair: Scott Edgar

"Critical philosophy begins at the very point where logistic leaves off":
Cassirer’s response to Frege and Russell
Jeremy Heis, University of California at Irvine

Cassirer and Dedekind: On the significance of structural mathematics
Erich Reck, University of California at Riverside