CfP: Poincarean studies, edited by Archives Henri-Poincaré
Special issue of Philosophia Scientiae 27/3 & 28/1 (November 2023 & February 2024)Editors: Archives Henri-Poincaré
Submission Deadline: October 1st 2022
Acceptance Notification: : January 1st 2023
Final version due: May 1st 2023
Address for submission: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Henri Poincaré Archives were created in 1992 by Gerhard Heinzmann around the project of publishing the scientific, academic and private correspondence of Henri Poincaré. A bibliographic brochure produced by Laurent Rollet then objectified the intensity and diversity of Poincarean studies throughout the 20th century in epistemology, philosophy, history of science and history of mathematics; two new bibliographical compilations published in 2000 and 2005 largely confirmed this observation.
On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Archives Henri-Poincaré proposes to publish a thematic dossier of the journal Philosophia Scientiae on the recent directions taken by Poincarean studies.
All recent and original contributions on the scientific and philosophical work of Henri Poincaré are welcome: his scientific, academic and social position, the construction of his character, the constitution and functioning of Poincarean networks, the circulation of his contributions. Contributions aimed at putting into perspective the methodological difficulties posed by the study of such an important personality for the history of scientific knowledge are also welcome, at a time when many historians are defending approaches “from below”…
Submissions have to be made electronically.
Manuscripts must be original, and cannot be in the process of being submitted for another publication.
Manuscripts should be submitted in French, English, and prepared for anonymous peer review.
Abstracts in French and English of 200-300 words in length should be included.
Articles should not exceed 50,000 characters/8 000 words (spaces, list of references, abstract and footnotes included).
They should be written under LaTeX, Word or OpenOffice (https://philosophiascientiae.openedition/449).
Guidelines for authors: http://philosophiascientiae.openedition.org/633