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Sarton Centre for History of Science
Choice, Theory and Politics
19-05-2015 from 13:00 to 17:15
Blandijn, Grote Vergaderzaal (3rd floor, 130.007)
13:00–14:15: David Teira (UNED), 'Do we need a universalizing paradigm for rational decision-making?'
14:30–15:45: Sonja Amadae (OSU), 'Arrow, Nash, Sen and the Political Economy of Coercive Bargaining: Reconsidering Non-Domination and Sen's Paretian Liberal'
16:00–17:15: Rogier De Langhe (UGent), 'From Theory Choice to Theory Search'
Organised by Eric Schliesser, Daniel Schneider and Rogier De Langhe.