New study in Sustainability, led by KLI fellow Marina Knickel, argues that hybridizing institutional differences across borders can help promote interregional innovation cooperation.
New paper led by KLI fellow Vitor Renck, found very little consensus in the way a fishing community classified fishes.
How can philosophers work with scientists? Can philosophy be empirical? In two new papers, KLI fellow Luana Poliseli defends empirical methods in philosophy and reports on how they collaborated with ecologists to discuss mechanistic explanations in ecology.
Isabella SARTO-JACKSON (KLI), 30. Juni 2022, 15.00 Uhr. Präsenzveranstaltung – Buchpräsentation am KLI, Martinstraße 12, 3400 Klosterneuburg
The "Agency in Living Systems: Conceptual Frameworks and Research Approaches" Altenberg workshop was co-organized by Sonia Sultan and Armin Moczek as part of their "Agency in Living Systems" project.
Members of the working group organized their first in-person meeting in March to facilitate understanding across different disciplines, theories, and fields.
Christian DORNINGER (KLI), 2 June 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
EDI Matters: How Institutions Reap Tangible Benefits by Investing in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Kevin LALAND (University of St. Andrews), 12 May 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
The KLI has been involved in several initiatives supporting researchers affected by the war in Ukraine. We are now reaching out to you to contribute in two possible ways.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Henrik von WEHRDEN's talk is cancelled!
Caitlin McDONOUGH-GOLDSTEIN (University of Vienna), 28 April 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Mika TOSCA (School of the Art Institute of Chicago), 21 April 2022, 4.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
In addition to Diversity Lost to Diversity Regained, KLI fellows covered a range of philosophical, social, and ecological issues.
If we want to contribute to sustainability transformations, why should we spend time theorizing? New paper by Schlüter et al. talk about theories as assemblages, spaghetti bowls, and ecologies of theories.
The special issue, edited by Gaëlle Pontarotti, Antoine C. Dussault, and Francesca Merlin, is a thematic collection on Conceptualizing the Environment in Natural Sciences.
Save the dates! The colloquium series will continue to be available for free and online as a hybrid event.
The Schismogenic Hypothesis: Conceptualizing Grassroots Sustainability Transformation as a Process of Conscious Self-Determination by Differentiation
Giuseppe FEOLA (Utrecht University), 11 April 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Kim DIAZ (University of Texas, El Paso), 7 April 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Thought anchors and concept relation games: an interview with Orsolya Bajer-Molnár on flexible tools for transdisciplinary collaborations
We talked to co-lead author of “Diversity Regained: Precautionary approaches to COVID-19 as a phenomenon of the total environment” about the transdisciplinary methods they developed to facilitate their collaboration.
In her latest book, Dr. Sarto-Jackson talks about the role of the social environment in human brain development and what this means for how society understands and treats the youth.