Friday, August 28, 2009

The latest issue of The Reasoner is available ...


"Editorial - Gustavo Cevolani
Interview with Theo Kuipers - Gustavo Cevolani
Can Nature Make an Argument? - Leon Niemoczynski
Wavering about Logic - Hartley Slater
The Consilience of Complex Evidence - Susan Haack
The Relativity of the Identity of the Self - Joao Fonseca & Klaus Gartner
Controlled Natural Language, 8--10 June - Norbert E. Fuchs
Logica, 22--26 June - Igor Sedlar & Juraj Podrouzek
European Computing and Philosophy, 2--4 July - Gordana Dodig Crnkovic
Intelligent Computer Mathematics, 5--12 July - Lucas Dixon
The Metaphysics of Consciousness, 7--9 July - Pierfrancesco Basile, Jesper Kallestrup, Julian Kiverstein, Leemon McHenry & Pauline Phemister
Automated Reasoning about Context and Ontology Evolution, 11--12 July - Alan Bundy, Jos Lehmann, Guilin Qi & Ivan Jose Varzinczak
Logical Methods for Social Concepts, 20--24 July - Andreas Herzig & Emiliano Lorini
International Conference on Biomedical Ontology, 24--26 July - Albert GoldfainMeaning, Understanding and Knowledge, 7--9 August - Douglas Patterson
Responsible Belief in the Face of Disagreement, 18--20 August - Rik Peels
Logic and Rational Interaction - Rasmus K. Rendsvig
Intuitionism - Julien Murzi
Lewis Carroll - Amirouche Moktefi

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Monday, August 17, 2009

ESSLI 2010 website

ESSLLI 2010 / UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN / DENMARK / AUGUST 9-20, 2010 is now available at:

Monday, August 10, 2009

The Science of Decision Making on Science Friday

Guests include Michael J. Frank (Brown University), Jennifer S. Lerner (Harvard Kennedy School), and Colin Camerer (California Institute of Technology).

The program is from 7/24/09 and can be found here in the Science Friday archives.