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LOGIC AND
PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE



Colloquia 2010/2011


Fall quarter schedule
Winter quarter schedule
Spring quarter schedule




Colloquia take place on Friday at 3pm in SST 777 (GPACS Conference room),
unless otherwise noted.

For further information about a talk listed below, click on the title.

See also:
Philosophy Department colloquia
  and
past LPS colloquia

Fall Quarter, 2010:

Date Speaker Title
October 22 Bradley Monton (University of Colorado, Boulder) In Defense of the Flow of Time
November 19 Gunter Wagner (Yale University) A Measurement Theoretical Approach to Conceptualize Fitness
This will be at 3:30pm in SBSG 1517
December 10 Willemien Kets (Santa Fe Institute) Bounded Reasoning and Higher-Order Uncertainty

Winter Quarter, 2011:

Date Speaker Title
January 7 Don Garrett (New York University) Hume's Sense of Probability
This talk will be in SBSG 1517.
January 21 Andrew Arana (Kansas State University) Purity of methods and the varieties of content
January 28 Teru Miyake (Stanford University) Gaining Access: Indirect Measurement in Planetary Astronomy and Geophysics
February 4 Sean Walsh (Birkbeck, University of London) Empiricism, Probability, and Knowledge of Arithmetic
February 11 Helge Rückert (University of Mannheim) The Conception of Validity in Dialogical Logic
February 18 Michael Friedman (Stanford University) A Post-Kuhnian Approach to the History and Philosophy of Science
This talk will be in SBSG 1517.
February 25 Hans Halvorson (Princeton University) What scientific theories could not be
March 4 Heinrich Wansing (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) A non-inferentialist, anti-realistic conception of logical truth and falsity
March 11 Rick Grush (UCSD) Demonstratives, space, and control.
This talk will be in SBSG 1517.


Spring Quarter, 2011:

Date Speaker Title
Saturday, April 9 Philosophy of Physics Workshop
This will be held in SBSG 1517.
April 15 Volker Halbach (Oxford University) Computational Structuralism
Wednesday, April 20 Allen Hazen (University of Alberta) A metaphysical ichnofossil: the variable in Quine's ML
May 6 Ralf Schindler (Universität Münster) Dilemmas and truths in set theory
May 20 Gary Hatfield (University of Pennsylvania) Russell's Progress: Spatial Dimensions, the From-Which, and the At-Which
This will be held in HOB2 232.


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