Volume 1 - Discovery as an event

Summer 2011

We happily bring to your attention the release of the first issue of the Euresis Journal,  a multidisciplinary, online, open-access journal edited by the Euresis Association under the auspices of the Nova Universitas Consortium and Fondazione CEUR.
The inaugural issue of the Euresis Journal is devoted to presenting the proceedings of the 2009 San Marino Symposium with the theme: "Discovery as an event: Understanding the dynamics of human advancement in science and culture": a strange coincidence for this initial volume, since discovery is the meaning of the Greek word Euresis. Read More

The whole volume or separate articles are available

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Marco Bersanelli, Physics Department, University of Milano,
Tommaso Bellini, Dipartimento di Chimica, Biochimica e Biotecnologie per la Medicina, University of Milano,
Giorgio Dieci, Institute of Biochemical Sciences, University of Parma
The event of discovery

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Owen Gingerich , Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Kepler and the Laws of Nature

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Charles H. Townes, University of California at Berkeley (USA)
The Laser, and the Problems of New Discoveries

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Giovanni Comelli, Physics Department and CENMAT, University of Trieste. Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.
Scientific Discovery: an Encounter of the “I” with Reality

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Hud Hudson, Department of Philosophy, Western Washington University
Philosophical Contribution to the Dialogue between Science and Religion

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David Lahti, Queens College, City University of New York
Why Humans Discover

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John Polkinghorne, Queen’s College, Cambridge (UK)
An Intelligible Universe