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10am – 11am:
Welcome and general introductions
11am – noon:
Remembering Ian Jarvie (1937-2023) who passed away on Tuesday May 16 2023.
noon – 1pm:
A conversation with Alex Naraniecki about how he decided to do a Ph.D on Popper’s philosophy
1pm – 3pm:
Remembering Joseph Agassi (1927-2023), together with his friends, colleagues, students and other people touched by him and his writings.
3pm – 6pm:
A conversation with Denis & Ray Noble about their latest book, Understanding Living Systems that will become available in July 2023. It is a critique of neo-Darwinism and gene-centric reasoning. The Noble brothers will also comment on Popper’s Medawar’s speech and his so-called active Darwinism. The conversation is hosted by Sadia Naeem.
6pm – 8pm:
A conversation with Jeremy Shearmur about his book, The Political Thought of Karl Popper, hosted by Luc Castelein (admin of the Karl Popper Facebook page).
8pm – 9pm:
Remembering Frank Lovell, together with his friends from the Critical Rationalism Facebook group.
9pm – 9:45pm:
A conversation about Sheldon Richmond‘s latest book, Restoring our Humanity. Six Essays, hosted by Elyse Hargreaves. Sheldon is a student of Joseph Agassi.
9:45pm – 10pm: