The series gathers contributions from a loose series of interdisciplinary events on the problem of representation. Questions that break up in individual scientific border districts are picked up and brought into conversation with philosophy.
Representation is a classic theme of philosophy. All the more true because, for new questions about the repraesentatio this again nen to care for questions about their concrete shape and individual scientific relevance. With the contrast of the points of view of each discussion between the disciplines also a piece of history of science is rewritten.