Main Referenced Co-authors
ANDERSEN, Eva  (1)
BRONEC, Jakub  (1)
DE KRAMER, Marleen Christine  (1)
FISCARELLI, Antonio Maria  (1)
HADDADAN, Shohreh  (1)
Main Referenced Keywords
Agent-based Models (1); agent-based models (1); Computer Simulations (1); Digital Hermeneutics (1); Digital History (1);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Doctoral Training Unit (DTU) (2)
University of Luxembourg C2DH (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Philosophy & ethics (11)
History (1)
Computer science (1)

Publications (total 12)

Durlacher, T. (2021). Scientific Models, Computer Simulations, and Agent-Based Models. Hermeneutic and Analytic Perspectives [Doctoral thesis, Unilu - University of Luxembourg]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg.

Durlacher, T. (05 February 2021). What Are Scientific Models? Problems with the Fiction View [Poster presentation]. Philosophy of Science Association Meeting.

Durlacher, T. (24 June 2020). How do we use digital methods in the research process? Philosophical perspectives on topic modelling, network analysis and computer-based representations [Paper presentation]. International Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics”, Esch sur Alzette, Luxembourg.

Durlacher, T. (2020). Agent-based modelling with Netlogo. DHH blogpost.

Durlacher, T. (2020). The new digital responsibility – or what is data-ethics? DHH blogpost.

Durlacher, T. (18 September 2019). The DEKI account of scientific representation. A solution to the problem of model-based representation? [Paper presentation]. Salzburg Conference for Young Analytic Philosophy, Salzburg, Austria.

Durlacher, T. (02 September 2019). Enlightenment now? On the recent resurgence of the idea of human progress [Paper presentation]. Antwerp Summer School on The Enlightenment in Current Public Debate.

Durlacher, T. (06 August 2019). Idealizations and the decomposability of models in science [Paper presentation]. The International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology (CLMPST).

Durlacher, T. (2019). Jörn Rüsen, Post-humanism and Human Nature. DHH blogpost.

Durlacher, T. (11 May 2019). Weak emergence, computer simulations and complex systems [Paper presentation]. Emergence: conceptual and philosophical aspects, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Durlacher, T. (25 October 2018). Model-based Reasoning in Science and Technology [Paper presentation]. Model-based Reasoning in Science and Technology Inferential Models for Logic, Language, Cognition and Computation, Seville, Spain.

van der Heijden, T., Andersen, E., Bronec, J., de Kramer, M., Durlacher, T., Fiscarelli, A. M., Haddadan, S., Kamlovskaya, E., Lotz, J., Mersch, S., Morse, C., Sikk, K., & van Herck, S. (27 November 2017). Presentation of the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History – C2DH Doctoral Training Unit [Paper presentation]. DH Nord Conference: (De)constructing Digital History/(Dé)construire l’Histoire Numérique, Lille, France.

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