[FOM] I: CFP: Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum

pisanoraffaele at iol.it pisanoraffaele at iol.it
Mon Oct 20 11:08:22 EDT 2014

Dear Members, 
I forward the following call for papers. 
Kind Regards 


New Call for papers
Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum
Area:  History and Philosophy of Science
Blinded peer-reviewed, international Journal 

ISSN 2228-2009 (print)
ISSN 2228-2017 (online)

The website: http://www.bahps.org/acta-baltica

Estonian Association of the History and Philosophy of Science was founded in 1967 with the aim of promoting the study of the history of science with the focus on the Baltic Sea region in general and Estonia in particular as well as the philosophy of science in the broad sense. Since 2013 the Association in close cooperation with Latvian and 
Lithuanian Associations of the History and Philosophy of Science launch a
 peer-reviewed, open-access journal, entitled Acta Baltica Historiae et 
Philosophiae Scientiarum.  It will appear two times a year and will 
publish texts in English. The journal is indexed in EBSCO and DOAJ 

Editorial Board

How to submit

Mait Talts: mait.talts at ttu.ee

The deadline of submissions for the Spring Issue is February 28.


Raffaele Pisano, Ph.D.
Lecturer-Researcher History of Physics and History and Epistemology of Science & Society Studies 
Vice President of the Inter-divisional Teaching Commission of the DLMPS/IUHPST 
University of Lille 1, Department of Physique |  Bât P5 bis, Bureau 168 
59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex | France

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Past Officer (2006-2012) The European Society for the History of Science

Gillispie CC, Pisano R (2014) Lazare and Sadi Carnot. A Scientific and Filial Relationship. 2nd ed. Springer, Dordrecht


"Thought does not respect national frontiers. Yet scientific ideas are far from stateless citizens". (Thackray, A. (1970). Atoms and Powers. An Essay on Newtonian Matter and the development of Chemistry. Cambridge MA: The Harvard Univ. Press, p. 4, line 4).

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