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2023-03-13

Biological Theory’s new March issue

The editors of BT summarize the March issue 18(1) , with links to free epdfs.

2023-03-13

Interview: Why matter matters when it comes to minds: a conversation with David Harrison

David Harrison talks about the core philosophical insights, the practical implications, and the motivations behind their new paper: “Mind the matter: Active matter, soft robotics, and the making of bio-inspired artificial intelligence.”

2023-03-13

Research Blog: Parkinson’s disease, affordances, and networks

To better understand certain phenomena in brain disorders such as Parkinson's disease, Marco Treven argues that we need to look beyond the brain.

2023-03-01

Kulturwandel in Krisenzeiten: praktische Weisheit für die Wissenschaft

Wie antike Philosophie mit nachhaltigen Lösungen zusammenhängt

2023-02-23

Save the dates! Announcing the 2023 spring-summer colloquium series

The 2023 spring-summer KLI Colloquium series will resume in March, with a great line-up of speakers from the KLI and beyond.

2023-02-14

The Making and Breaking of Minds. How social interactions shape the human mind

Isabella SARTO-JACKSON (KLI) 2023-03-09 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom

2023-02-06

Videos from the University of Vienna Mendel200 project are now available!

Watch the eleven symposium videos and five Mendel stories on our Youtube channel.

2023-02-01

Leo Bich to write Cambridge Elements book on Biological Organization

Visiting fellow Leo Bich has signed a book contract with Cambridge University Press to write about "Biological Organization."

2023-01-24

New paper: Practical wisdom can inform the practice of sustainability researchers

New paper in Nature Sustainability by Caniglia et al. outlines a new role for practical wisdom and virtue ethics in knowledge co-production for transformative change.

2023-01-04

Welcoming Sonia Sultan to the KLI

Sultan's project "Updating the Single Evolutionary Currency" will seek to resolve the role of genetic variation in adaptive evolution from an ecoevodevo perspective.

2022-12-16

Towards a Philosophy of Techno-Science

Federica RUSSO (University of Amsterdam) 2023-01-19 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom

2022-12-14

Professional development at the KLI

Each winter, the KLI organizes a two-part professional development workshop for our fellows to get to know each other-- both as people and as researchers.

2022-12-13

Our KLife Newsletters are now online!

PDF versions of our KLife Newsletters are now available for download.

2022-12-13

The 2022-23 Writing-up Fellows of the KLI

How do the fellows of the "Cognition and Knowledge" cohort navigate the intersecting domains of evolution, sustainability, and cognition?

2022-12-12

New reading group on Agents and Agency

This reading group is loosely but seriously centered around agency.

2022-12-10

Biological Theory’s latest issue: 17(4) is out this month!

The December issue includes a provocative argument for the role of imagination in human cognition, along with new additions to our "Critical Concepts" and "Classics" collections — plus a heartfelt thank you to this year's referees.

2022-12-01

Self-cognition with Sensorial Diversity

Roberto CAZZOLLA GATTI (University of Bologna) 2022-12-01 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom

2022-11-29

All hands on deck – Transdisciplinary Approaches to Coping with Emerging Infectious Diseases

Orsolya BAJER-MOLNÁR (Medical University of Vienna), 6 December 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.

2022-11-29

New reading group on Feminist STS at the Vienna Science Studies Lab

The Vienna Science Studies Lab is an intra-institution initiative revived this winter by the KLI, UPSalon UniVie, and the In/human project at CEU. A reading group on Feminist STS is the first event.

2022-11-17

The Making and Breaking of Minds – how social interactions shape the human mind

Isabella SARTO-JACKSON (KLI), 9 March 2023, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.