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REED-L March 1995

Subject:

Conference (fwd)

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"A. Young" <[log in to unmask]>

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REED-L: Records of Early English Drama Discussion

Date:

Tue, 7 Mar 1995 08:32:26 -0500

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I thouhgt this might be of general interest. I know, by the way, that I'm
quite late with the February biographical sketches, but they are coming
along. It's not that they are particularly complicated, but rather than
right at the moment, life is rather complicated! A.
 
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 1995 23:45:42 +0000
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Subject: Conference
 
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united  nations   educational,  scientific  and  cultural
organization  -   organisation  des  nations  unies  pour
l' ducation, la  science et  la culture - organizaci"n de
las naciones  unidas para  l'educaci"n, la  ciencia y  la
cultura
 
 
                 UNESCO PHILOSOPHY FORUM
            FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
 
                   WHAT WE DO NOT KNOW
                   -------------------
 
PARIS 14-17 MARCH, 1995
 
IN THIS   YEAR,  WHICH  MARKS THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF
THE FOUNDING  OF UNESCO, WE  ARE DETERMINED  TO ASSOCIATE
STILL MORE  CLOSELY WITH  ITS WORK THOSE WHO ANIMATE THE
WORLD OF IDEAS.
 
                                           FEDERICO MAYOR
                                         DIRECTOR-GENERAL
 
PROGRAM
 
Each day will be dedicated to discussion on the nature of
the boundaries  between what  we know  and what we do not
know. Every  lecture (20-30  minutes) is  followed  by  a
dialogue (20  minutes) between  the lecturer and a chosen
philosopher,  who   will  act   as  respondant.  An  open
discussion with  the public  (20 minutes) closes each the
conference.
 
 
                            FIRST DAY
 
9h30 : Accueil des participants /Arrival of participants
 
10h00 : Allocution d'ouverture de Federico Mayor, Directeur
general de l'UNESCO - Opening speech by Federico Mayor, UNESCO
Director general
 
 
              Comment sait-on ce qu on ne sait pas?
                   Knowing what we do not know
 
 
10h30 : Bernard Williams La philosophie permet-elle de comprendre
l'ignorance? - Can philosophy help in understanding ignorance?
Hide Ishiguro rencontre/meets Bernard Williams
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
11h30 :  Paul Ricoeur  Apprendre et  ignorer -  How and when do I
learn that I do not know?
Bernard Michaux rencontre/meets Paul Ricoeur
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
12h30 : Moustafa Safouan Ce qu on ne sait pas, comment le dire? -
How can we say what we do not know?
Jean-Pierre Dupuy rencontre/meets Moustafa Safouan
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
13h30 - 15h00
Pause dijeuner / Lunch break
 
                   Aux origines de l'ignorance
                  In search for lost knowledge
 
 
15h00 :  Navjyoti Singh  Rendre compte  de ce  qu on ne sait pas,
dans la  pensEe indienne  traditionnelle - Accounting for what we
do not  know :  epistemic tolerance  in traditional Indian theory
uikding
Roger-Pol Droit rencontre/meets Navjyoti Singh
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
16h00 :  Haom Zafrani  De la  Kabbale spiculative  `  la  Kabbale
pratique et ` la magie - From contemplative Kabbalah to practical
Kabbalah or magic
Maurice Ruben-Ayoun rencontre/meets Haom Zafrani
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
17h00 : Jesus Garcia Ruiz Un savoir perdu? la perception
maya quiche  de l inconnu  - A  lost knowledge?  The Maya  Quiche
perception of the unknown
Enrique Lynch rencontre/meets Jesus Garcia Ruiz
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
18h00 : Simha Arom L ethnologie ` la recherche d un savoir
qui s ignore  (avec le  groupe Gamako)  - African music : a self-
ignored knowledge? (Musical illustration by Gamako)
Christie Mc Donald rencontre/meets S. Arom et/and Gamako
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
19h00 :  Vernissage +Matihre  et mEmoire  : les  indEchiffrables,
Pierre Marc de Biasi, peintures reliefs et photographies.
Exhibition. Paintings  sculptures and  photography by Pierre Marc
de Biasi.
 
 
                           SECOND DAY
 
                   Aux frontieres des sciences
                 Borders of scientific knowledge
 
 
9h00 :  N. P.  Bechtereva Ce que nous savons et ne savons pas sur
le cerveau humain? - What we know and do not know about the human
brain?
Francisco Varela rencontre/meets N. P. Bechtereva
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
10h00 :  Trinh Xuan  Thuan Les  limites  de  la  connaissance  en
astrophysique - The limits of knowledge in astrophysics
Bernard Williams rencontre/meets Trinh Xuan Thuan
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
11h00 :  Stephen Jay  Gould La  palEontologie et  les fictions de
l'origine - Narratives and fiction in paleontology
Isabelle Stengers rencontre/meets Stephen Jay Gould
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
12h00  :   John  Maddox  Peut-on  faire  un  Etat  des  lieux  de
l'ignorance scientifique? - Ignorance and the historical record
Henry de Lumley rencontre/meets John Maddox
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
13h30 - 15h00
Pause dijeuner / Lunch break
 
               Limites savantes et enjeux sociaux
                   How the unknown is managed
 
 
15h00 : Jean-Paul Fitoussi Economie et sociiti : ce qu on ne sait
pas de  leurs relations  - Economics  and society: what we do not
know about their relationship
Mihaly F|lvp rencontre/meets Jean-Paul Fitoussi
Discussion avec le public /Public debate
 
16h00 :  Dorothy Blake Le SIDA : ce qu on ne peut pas et ce qu on
ne veut pas savoir - AIDS Epidemic : What we do not know
Chantal Saint-Jarre rencontre/meets Dorothy Blake
Discussion avec le public /Public debate
 
17h00 :  Seiya Uyeda  Les tremblements  de terre     Comment  les
privoir? - Earthquakes: How to predict them?
Martine Barrhre rencontre/meets Seiya Uyeda
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
                            THIRD DAY
 
Savoirs spicialisis, ignorance ginirale, et vice versa
Specialized knowledge or general ignorance and vice a versa
 
 
9h00 :  Jean Molino  Evolutionnisme et  frontihres  du  savoir  -
Evolutionism and the frontiers of knowledge
Mario Laserna rencontre/meets Jean Molino
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
10h00 :  Carlin Romano  Le  philosophe  a-t-il  quelque  chose  `
apprendre du journaliste? - Should journalists generalize?
Mayuri Odedra-Straub rencontre/meets Carlin Romano
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
11h00 :  Annick Macqueron Lucero La riiducation neuro-motrice des
enfants   :   limites   du   savoir   thiorique   -   Neuro-motor
rehabilitation of children : the limits of theoretical knowledge
Jean-Christophe Sidoit rencontre/meets Annick Macqueron Lucero
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
12h00 :  Vittorio  Hoesle  Ignorance  et  surinformation  -  What
information should a modern philosopher try to collect?
Adela Cortina rencontre/meets Vittorio Hoesle
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
13h30 - 15h00
Pause dijeuner / Lunch break
 
       Ignorance et mimoire dans l'histoire contemporaine
           What we do not know in contemporary history
 
Avec la collaboration de / In association with
la revue/magazine  L Histoire, l'Institut  d'Etudes Politiques de
Paris, le Centre d'Histoire de l'Europe du Vingtihme Siecle
President de siance / Chairperson : Henry Rousso
 
15h00  :   Alexandre  Kvachonkine   Etre  historien   en   Russie
aujourd hui - Being a historian in Russia today
Nicolas   Werth    Soviitologie   et   archives   soviitiques   :
confrontation et  confirmation Soviet  archives :  what we  know,
what we thought we would discover
Pierre Pachet  rencontre/meets  Nicolas  Werth  et/and  Alexander
Kvachonkine
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
16h30 :  Michel Winock  A quoi  sert l'histoire?  - History, what
for?
17h30 :  Cha In-suk  Dimensions ontologiques  de  la  coexistence
humaine - The ontological dimensions of human coexistence
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
18h00 : Table ronde/round table Pourquoi ne savons-nous pas vivre
ensemble? - Why don t we know how to live together?
Avec /  With Chirif  El-Shoubashy Gianni  Perona, Jeremy  Popkin,
Ioanna Kuguradis, Emile Malet
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
                           FOURTH DAY
 
               La technologie au service du savoir
             Ignorance and technological innovation
 
 
9h00 :  Renato Parascandalo  Multimidia :  vers une  encyclopEdie
immatErielle? Multimedia : a virtual encyclopedia?
V. M. Mendez-Villegas rencontre/meets R. Parascandalo
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
10h00 :  Luciano Floridi  Internet :  nouveaux savoirs, nouvelles
ignorances -  Internet :  Which future  for organized  knowledge,
Frankenstein or Pygmalion?
Michel Piersssens rencontre/meets Luciano Floridi
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
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11h00 :  Roger C.  Schank  Les  enseignements  de  l'intelligence
artificielle :  ce qu on  sait, ce  qu on croit  savoir - Work in
artificial intelligence: What we know, what we think we know.
Pierre Levy rencontre/meets Roger C. Schank
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
11h00 :  Michel Serres  Qu est-ce qu on  n enseigne  pas?  -  The
things that are not taught
Bernadette Bensaude rencontre/meets Michel Serres
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
13h30 - 15h00
Pause dijeuner / Lunch break
 
                     Le desir de tout savoir
                    Dreams of total knowledge
 
 
15h00 :  Judith Schlanger Le dEsir de tout savoir - The old dream
of totality
Rachel Ertel rencontre / meets Judith Schlanger
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
16h00 :  Henri Atlan  Tout  savoir?  Diterminisme  biologique  et
liberte humaine - Biological necessity and human freedom
Gustave Martelet rencontre / meets Henri Atlan
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
17h00 :  Jean d Ormesson  Ne rien savoir de Celui qui sait tout -
Knowing nothing of the One who knows all
Jacques Schlanger rencontre / meets Jean d Ormesson
Discussion avec le public / Public debate
 
 
                       En guise de cltture
                            Synthesis
 
 
18h00 : Rene Thom L'humiliti et l'audace - Humility and audacity
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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