Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies

Copernicus Center is an autonomous faculty of Jagiellonian University. It carries out advanced interdisciplinary studies in various domains of sciences and humanities, including mathematics, physics, philosophy and theology.

The secondary role of the Copernicus Center consists in the popularisation of science and education. It regularly organises events for general audience, most notably the Copernicus Festival, and publishes books with the help of the Copernicus Center Press.

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Proceedings

The conference will be concluded by a special issue of the scientific journal Philosophical Problems in Science. The details will be announce later.

Philosophical Problems in Science (Polish: Zagadnienia Filozoficzne w Nauce, abbrev. ZFN) is the oldest Polish journal dedicated to the philosophy in science.

ZFN covers a wide range of topics of general interest to those working on philosophical problems involved in and intertwined with modern science (see Focus and Scope).

ZFN has originated from a long tradition of Krakow philosophy of nature dating back to the second half of the nineteenth century (see Journal History). The journal policy is to continue the tradition of mutual discussion between philosophers and scientists.

www.zfn.edu.pl.