[FOM] REMINDER - CFP: Homage to Leibniz as Scientist and Engineer, Springer, 2017
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Wed Sep 3 02:59:49 EDT 2014
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In order to homage Leibniz, a Call for Papers concerning History, Historical Epistemology, Epistemology and Philosophy of Sciences edited Springer book is proposed:
Homage to Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz as Scientist and Engineer 1646-2016. New Scientific and Epistemological Insights.
MAIN AREAS/SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINES
History of physics
History of mathematics
History of astronomy/cosmology
History of engineering
History of science and technology studies
History of science
Philosophy of science
History of science & society
Historical epistemology of science
Epistemology of science
Foundations of science
Machines & Machinery
Leibniz's studies as Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer, and Engineer (engineering-surveyor at silver mines, Harz Mountains, crucial correspondence with Papin and Huygens, i.e., 1680-1686). Further, the Renaissance Society between Science, Theories, Philosophy, Technique, Relationship physics-mathematics, and Conceptual Frameworks within History, Philosophy and Epistemology of Sciences. Finally, new contributions and re-thinking of logical, astronomical and scientific Leibniz's thought are welcome.
THE BOOK (The main)
Title: Homage to Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz as Scientist and Engineer 1646-2016. New Scientific and Epistemological Insights.
Springer Book-Series Associate Editor: Lucy Fleet,The Netherlands
Editors: Michel Fichant (Vice President Leibniz-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany), Raffaele Pisano (University of Lille 1, France), Agamenon R.E. Oliveira (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and Paolo Bussotti (Fellow Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany)
Introduction: Eberhard Knobloch (Technical University of Berlin, Germany)
Remarks for Reader
List of Contributors: Length of papers: 25 pages (refs. included and within - strictly - Springer Template)
Download Springer Guides and template for abstract and papers: http://www.springer.com/authors/book+authors/helpdesk?SGWID=0-1723113-12-971304-0
Analytical Index (Names and Subjects)
Language: English [original passages: please move in footnote. English translations in the running text, following Springer guide for authors]
City: Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Out: Expected [after January] 2017
Fees for Authors: No
DEADLINE FOR PEER-REVIEWED ABSTRACT PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: 20 September 2014 [One page (400 words + References): Title, Authors' names, Affiliations, Abstract, Keywords, References; free editing] to: pisanoraffaele at iol.it
ACCEPTANCE PAPER PROPOSAL: 30 September 2014
SPRINGER CONSENT-CONTRACT-SIGNATURE: October-November 2014
AFTER CONTRACT SIGNATURE ONLY, DEADLINE FOR PEER-REVIEWED FULL PAPER SUBMISSION: 15 May 2015
The papers are expected to be revised (in the contents, editing and English language) prior to submission to this Springer edited book. All submitted papers which meet the criteria of originality and quality will be peer–reviewed for the publication.
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Raffaele Pisano, Ph.D.
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Lazare and Sadi Carnot. A Scientific and Filial Relationship, 2014, Springer.
"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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