Author Archives: Marco Viola

DR2@STOREP: quantitative history of ideas between philosophy and economics

We are proud to announce that several DR2 members will be present at the 17th Annual Conference of STOREP (Associazione Italiana per la Storia dell’Economia Politica || Italian Association for the History of Economic Thought). This is now a well-established … Continue reading

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Happy new year!

DR2 team wishes everybody a happy new year!

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Arianna Betti teaching in Turin in 2020

We are pleased to announce that prof. Arianna Betti (University of Amsterdam) will be teaching a course at the University of Turin during the second semester of the Academic Year 2019/2020. More information below.    

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Project REPOSUM, final events: slides and pictures

We are glad to share the slides and some pictures from the Final Event of the project REPOSUM. Moreover, let us give a warm welcome to some of our new affiliate members: Lianna D’Amato, Carlo Debernardi, Sara Garzone, Maximilian Noichl, … Continue reading

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November in Turin: a lot of DR2 events!

This is a very hot November for the quantitative history of philosophy! On Thursday 14th Eugenio Petrovich gave an informal seminar in Italian, entitled “Approcci reticolari in storia della filosofia analitica contemporanea: reti di citazioni e reti di acknowledgments” (Network approaches … Continue reading

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A short and informal replication of Petrovich and Buonomo 2018

We receive and gladly publish this post from Maximilian Noichl, a MA student at the University of Vienna (check his website and his recent publication). I recently came across a very interesting study by Eugenio Petrovich and Valerio Buonomo (2018), … Continue reading

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Franco Moretti: a lecture in Turin (20 November)

We are pleased to announce that, following an invitation from DR2, Franco Moretti will deliver a talk in Turin on November 20, h17-19, in via Sant’Ottavio 20, Palazzo Nuovo, room 10 (1st floor). The language will be Italian. For more … Continue reading

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Project REPOSUM: public presentation of results

We are pleased to announce that on November 15th, 2019 (1o am), a public presentation of the results of the project REPOSUM, funded by Fondazione CRT, will take place at the Conference Room of Rinascimenti Sociali, via Maria Vittoria 38, Turin … Continue reading

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A quantitative history of “Philosophy of Science”

Three reseachers from the University of Québec, Montréal – Christophe Malaterre, Jean-François Chartier, and Davide Pulizzotto (the latter also being an affiliate member of DR2 group) have recently published an intriguing paper entitled What Is This Thing Called Philosophy of Science? … Continue reading

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New DR2 paper is out on BJHP

Dear all, we are glad to announce that the paper Academic success in America: analytic philosophy and the decline of Wittgenstein, written by DR2 co-founders Guido Bonino and Paolo Tripodi, has been recently published (as on online-first) on The British Journal … Continue reading

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