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研討會主題 「不可共量性五十周年」國際學術研討會 Incommensurability 50
日期 2012年06月01日~2012年06月03日
主辦單位 Department of Philosophy, NTU
主持人 Jen-Jeuq Yuann, Paul Hoyningen-Huene
地點 臺灣大學哲學系(臺大水源校區;臺北市思源街18號)
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    孔恩與費耶阿本在1962年各自提出不可共量性的概念,這五十年來,不可共量性在科學哲學與其它領域引發諸多討論,在臺灣學界也獲得各界學者的關注。隨著東西方交流的密切,東亞各國實力的上昇,該概念的文化意涵更加突顯,此刻正是東西方協同反思不可共量性的良機。今年適逢不可共量性概念五十週年,臺灣大學哲學系專程舉辦國際學術研討會,廣邀各國學者,預計屆時有德國、澳洲、以色列、加拿大、美國、中國、英國、日本、韓國、香港、希臘、波蘭、臺灣學者齊聚一堂。本研討會將討論焦點放在該概念的性質與歷史,以及不同領域的不可共量性(包括邏輯、數學、自然科學、社會科學、語言學、比較哲學、跨文化交流)。臺灣大學哲學系誠摯邀請您報名參加!   
    In 1962 Thomas Kuhn and Paul Feyerabend independently suggested the provocative idea that under certain conditions theories (paradigms, world-views) are incommensurable – they have no common measure. Kuhn introduced the idea in his exceedingly influential The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962), dramatically claiming that the history of science reveals that proponents of competing paradigms fail to make complete contact with each other’s views and are always talking at least slightly at cross-purposes. According to Kuhn, competing paradigms lack a common measure because they use different concepts and methods to address different problems according to different standards. This effectively limits communication between conceptual frameworks across the revolutionary conceptual divide, and requires bilingualism, relearning on the basis of a conceptually incompatible perspective. Kuhn called the collective reasons for these limits to communication the incommensurability of pre- and post-revolutionary scientific traditions. The idea of incommensurability was also central to Feyerabend’s philosophical pluralism from its early stages in post-War Vienna in the late 1940s, through to his post-modern approach in the early 1990s, as the idea began to be applied to languages and cultures more generally. Ever since, claims about incommensurability have been central to controversies across an array of disciplines, and the idea of incommensurability has played key roles in a wide range of discussions within and beyond the philosophy of science. This conference will focus on a number of interrelated themes: from the nature of the notion of incommensurability, to incommensurability in logic, mathematics and the natural sciences, in the social sciences and the arts, in comparative philosophy, in intercultural communication, and as a challenge for global politics.

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