October 24, 2014 Paolo Mancosu, Professor of Philosophy, UC Berkeley
In Good Company? On Hume’s Principle and the Assignment of Numbers to Infinite Concepts
October 10, 2014 Richard Healey, Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
How to Use Quantum Mechanics Locally to Explain Non-localized Correlations
May 30, 2014 Stephen Downes, Professor of Philosophy, University of Utah
Hormones, Explanation and Evolution
May 8, 2014 Noel Swanson, Philosophy Department, Princeton University
Noether's Theorems in AQFT
May 6, 2014 Giovanni Valente, University of Pittsburgh
Relativistic Causality and Local Disentanglement in Quantum Field Theory
May 2, 2014 Susanna Rinard, Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri- Kansas City
Imprecise Probability and Higher Order Vagueness
April 29, 2014 John Manchak, Department of Philosophy, University of Washington
Time (Hole?) Machines
April 25, 2014 Richard Pettigrew, University of Bristol
Conditionalization: What Is It and Why Should We Do It?
April 18, 2014 Johan van Benthem, University of Amsterdam / Stanford University
Logic in Games
April 14, 2014 Adam Caulton, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
Hume’s Dictum as a Guide to Physical Ontology
April 14, 2014 Colin Caret, Underwood International College, Yonsei University
Commitment, Closure, Consequence
April 4, 2014 Joan Moschovakis, Professor Emerita, Mathematics, Occidental College, Los Angeles / UCLA
Embedding the Classical in the Intuitionistic Continuum
March 14, 2014 Craig Callender, Professor, Philosophy Department, UCSD
When is Now? How Beeps, Flashes and Snaps Undermine a Privileged Now
March 7, 2014 Andrea Woody, University Washington
Re-orienting Discussions of Scientific Explanation: A Functional Perspective
February 28, 2014 Martin Fischer, Research Scholar, Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich)
Paradoxes of Interaction?
February 21, 2014 Timothy Williamson, Wykeham Professor of Logic, University of Oxford
Logics as Scientific Theories
February 14, 2014 Rohan French, Monash University
Predicate Logic with Explicit Scope Markers
February 7, 2014 Bas C. van Fraassen, Professor, Philosophy Department, San Francisco State University
The Semantic Approach to Science, After 50 Years
January 30, 2014 Jorge M. Pacheco, Department of Mathematics, University of Minho (Portugal), & ATP-Group, CMAF & CBMA, Institute for Interdisciplinary Investigation (Portugal)
The Evolution of Quorum Signaling
January 24, 2014 Katie Elliott, Department of Philosophy, UCLA
Explanation, Swamping, and the Principal Principle

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