Call for Abstracts
Constructive Realism and Bio-science
(including the 9th International seminar on Biocosmology – 9ISBC)
Venue: Sigmund Freud University
Schnirchgasse 9a 1030 Vienna Austria
Date: May 5-6, 2015
Prof. Friedrich Wallner and the Biocosmological Association (BCA) in collaboration with the Association of Comparative Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Education (KoPhil) in Vienna.
The usual philosophy of science had and has bigger problems to explain the structure of the biosciences than the structure of the so called hard sciences. This depends on the higher complexity of living systems, the deeper connection between consciousness and matter and the phenomenon of Gestalt. In respect to live sciences Constructive Realism gets a special importance as it opens the door to other cultures. Another essential approach is the Biocosmology which realizes the contemporary form of neo-Aristotelism (i.e. the type of scientific Organicism), and which introduces the Triadologic approach to scholarly endeavors.
The scientific understanding of life-processes will be improved a lot, if we introduce neo-Aristotelism and ontological as methodological thinking of Classical China and leave Cartesian path.
By executing this relevant project the third status is noteworthy, i.e. to observe, to deduce and verify the different principles and the states in comparison which have been enveloped in quite different philosophical histories and cultures: In crossing cultures and thoughts in philosophy and sciences, the Comparative Philosophy fulfils one of the irrefutable roles in purpose of establishing a new philosophy, epistemology and integrative sciences which is based on the above mentioned dynamic focus.
Abstracts Submission (information will be given later)
9th International seminar on Biocosmology “Constructive Realism and Bio-science”, May 5-6, 2015, Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, Austria >