COLLODEL Matteo

Position Subject expert
E-mail matteo.collodel@unive.it
Website www.unive.it/persone/matteo.collodel (personal record)
Office Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.fbc

Formazione / Education

  • Assegnista Post-Dottorato [Postdoctoral Researcher], Institut für Philosophie, Humbodt-Universität zu Berlin, 2008-2012
  • Abilitazione all'insegnamento di Filosofia, Storia e Scienze Umane nelle Scuole Secondarie di Secondo Grado, SSIS Veneto [Postgraduate School of Teaching and Learning for Secondary Education Teachers], 2009
  • Dottorato di Ricerca in Filosofia, Università “Ca’ Foscari” Venezia, 2007
  • Diploma di Laurea in Filosofia (vecchio ordinamento), Università “Ca’ Foscari” Venezia, 2001

 

Pubblicazioni / Publication List

 

Conferenze / Presentations

  • “‘The Sheer Joy of Contradiction’: Feyerabend’s Critical Hedonism”, Open Epistemologies: Mach, Bachelard, Feyerabend – Workshop, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbona (Portugal), 21 September 2019 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Feyerabend and the Reception and Development of Logical Empiricism”, XVIth Congress on Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Czech Technical University, Prague (Czech), 6 August 2019 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Popperian Roots of Feyerabend’s Theoretical Pluralism”, HOPOS 2018: Twelfth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Groningen (NL), 10 July 2018 (peer-reviewed)
  • “‘Philosophical Schools’ in the Context of Professionalized Philosophy: Sharpening an Old Historiographical Tool”, Workshop on "Comparative History of Philosophy", Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan (Italy), 9 June 2017 (peer-reviewed)
  • “On the Origins of Feyerabend’s Anarchism: from Cohn-Bendit through Mill to Stirner”, Anarchism in Culture. Re-assessing the Influence of a Manifold Libertarian Concept on European Modernity (1820s−1930s), international workshop, Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom / Istituto Storico Germanico di Roma, Rome (Italy), 8 September 2016 (invited)
  • “‘Flippant Anarchism’: Feyerabend and the Student Movement”, HOPOS 2016: Eleventh International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (USA), 25 June 2016 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Flippant Anarchism: Feyerabend and the Student Movement”, Feyerabend 2015 - Forty Years ‘Against Method’, St. John’s College, Durham University, Durham (UK), 15 July 2015 (invited)
  •  “A Sorcerer’s Apprentice or How Feyerabend Transmuted Popper’s Critical Rationalism into Theoretical Pluralism and Got Cursed with Incommensurability”, Symposium on “Feyerabend Theoretical Pluralism vs. Popper’s Critical Rationalism – Continuities and Ruptures”, 15th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Helsingin yliopisto / Helsingfors universitet, Helsinki (Finland), 7 August 2015 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Intention vs. Position in HOPOS: The Instructive Case of Paul K. Feyerabend (1924-1994)”, HOPOS 2014: Tenth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Universiteit Gent, Gent (Belgium), 4 July 2014 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Intention vs. Position: The Instructive Case of Paul K. Feyerabend (1924-1994)”, Intellectual Hinterlands (International Society for Intellectual History), Victoria College, University of Toronto, Toronto (Canada), 27 June 2014 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Salute e malattia: una distinzione concettuale”, lezione introduttiva alla filosofia della medicina all’interno del corso di Filosofia della scienza, anno accademico 2014-15 (Prof. Montuschi), Università “Ca’ Foscari” Venezia, Venice (Italy), 16 April 2015 (invited)
  • “Salute e malattia: una distinzione concettuale”, Fondazione Stefanini, Treviso (Italy), May 2014 (invited)
  • “Salute e malattia: una distinzione concettuale”, lezione introduttiva alla filosofia della medicina all’interno del corso di Filosofia della scienza, anno accademico 2013-14 (Prof. Montuschi), Università “Ca’ Foscari” Venezia, Venice (Italy), 7 March 2014 (invited)
  • “Comment on John Worrall’s paper ‘Really Real (Scientific) Realism: Selective, Structural, Non-Referential and Chaste!’”, Realism and Antirealism in Philosophy, Università “Ca’ Foscari” Venezia, Venice (Italy), 5 September 2013 (invited)
  • “Feyerabend, Popper and the ‘Popperian School’ – Methodological Issues in the History of the Philosophy of Science”, FEYERABEND 2012, Humboldt-Universität of Berlin, Berlino (Germany) 27 September 2012 (invited)
  • “The Neurath-Carnap Disputes: Carnap’s Final Attempt at Their Dissolution”, HOPOS 2012: Ninth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Dalhousie University / The University of King’s College / Saint Mary’s University / Cape Breton
    University, Halifax (Canada), 23 June 2012 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Between Logic and History: The Development of Feyerabend’s Idea of Incommensurability”, HOPOS 2012: Ninth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Dalhousie University / The University of King’s College / Saint Mary’s University / Cape Breton University, Halifax (Canada), 22 June 2012 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Between Logic and History: The Development of Feyerabend’s Idea of Incommensurability”, Incommensurability 50, National Taiwan University, Taipei (Taiwan), 2 June 2012 (invited)
  • “The Development of Feyerabend’s Idea of Incommensurability”, Kolloquium für philosophische Forschungsarbeiten, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germania), 30 November 2011 (invited)
  • “Carnap’s Vision or: How We Can Learn from the Past and Enlighten the Future of the Philosophy of Science”, 14th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Université Henri-Poincaré, Nancy (Francia), 22 July 2011 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Wasn’t Feyerabend Really a Popperian After All? – Methodological Issues in the History of the Philosophy of Science”, HOPOS 2010: Eighth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Central European University, Budapest (Hungary), 26 June 2010 (peer-reviewed)
  • “Carnap’s Way Between Philosophy and Science – Understanding the Past to Illuminate the Future of the Philosophy of Science”, The Future of Philosophy of Science: Third Sydney-Tilburg Conference, Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (Tilburg University), Tilburg (NL), 15 April 2010 (peer-reviewed)
  • “The Neurath-Carnap Disputes: Carnap’s Final Attempt at Their Dissolution”, Wissenschaftsphilosophisches Kolloquium, Institut Wiener Kreis, Universität Wien, Vienna (Austria), 13 May 2010 (invited)
  • “The Feyerabend-Frank Connection: A Neglected Link Between Neo- and Post-Positivism”, HOPOS 2008: Seventh International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, University of British Colombia, Vancouver (Canada), 21 June 2008 (peer-reviewed)
  • “The Last ‘Viennese’: Feyerabend, Logical Empiricism and the Vienna Circle”, EPSA 2007: First Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid (Spagna), 17 November 2007 (peer-reviewed)
  • “The Feyerabend-Carnap Controversies”, Wissenschaftsphilosophisches Kolloquium, Institute Vienna Cirlce, University of Vienna, Vienna (Austria), 25 June 2007 (invited)
  •  “The Last ‘Viennese’: Feyerabend, Logical Empiricism and the Vienna Circle”, HOPOS 2006: Sixth International Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, École normale supérieure, Parigi (France), 14 giugno 2006 (peer-reviewed)