"Everything in Nature is a part of Science."

The First International Conference on

SCIENCE MATTERS: A Unified Perspective

Invited Speakers:

  Leonor Béltran (Portugal, The Nature of Dance)

 Maria Burguete (Portugal, Philosophy Of Computational
  Chemistry: On The Way To An Interdisciplinary Epistemology?)

Fernanda Nogueira Campos ((Brazil, Theatre of The Oppressed:
  a tool to the science)

  Paul Caro (France, Culture Through Science: A New World
   of Images and Stories)

  Clara Pinto Correia (Portugal, Biology: Manipulation of Scientific

  Alfredo Dinis (Portugal, Have the neurosciences any theological    consequences?)

  Isabel Empis (Portugal, Psychology & Life Quality)

  Gilbert Fayl (Belgium, Understanding EU R&D Policy)

  Bernardo Herold (Portugal, Chemical Synthesis and Society)

  Brigitte Hoppe (Germany, Judging by the appearance of the
   essential properties of natural body – the role of physiognomy    in science and art)

  Lui Lam (USA, Histophysics: Merging history with physics)

Zainab Jezzini Lamas (Brazil, Organizational Learning in Complex
  Adaptive Systems: An Interpretative Schema)

 Daguang Li (China, Science Communication in China)

  Bing Liu (China, Philosophy of Science and Chinese Sciences:
   The Multicultural View of Science and Its Unified Ontological

  Dun Liu (China, The History of Science in Globalizing Time)

  Edgar Morin (France, Did a scientific revolution begin?)

  João Arriscado Nunes (Portugal, Unified science or ecologies
   of practices?)

Elisabete Oliveira (Portugal, Visual Aesthetic Education: A
  Referential Sciences of Education Embracement to Other
  Sciences/Culture, Philosophy and Technology)

Maurizio Salvi (Italy, Science & Ethics)

  Nigel Sanitt (UK, The Tripod of Science: Communication,
   Philosophy and Education)

  Michael Shermer (USA, The Science of Good and Evil)

Berta Teixeira (Portugal, «of arts» - porous constellations of a
  creative process)


Ericeira, Portugal 28-30 May 2007