Events

Current Debates in the Philosophy of Logic Seminar


Topic #1 — Topics in the Methodology of Logic

5/2/2021, 2-4pm CET — Hlobil, U. (2020). The Limits of Abductivism about Logic. PPR (Online first: https://doi.org/10.1111/phpr.12707)

12/2/2021, 2-4pm CET — Martin, B. & Hjortland, O. (2020). Logical Predictivism. JPL (Online first: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10992-020-09566-5)

19/2/2021, 2-4pm CET — Titelbaum, M. (forthcoming). Normative Modeling (Methods in Analytic Philosophy: A Contemporary Reader. J. Horvath ed. The PhilPapers Foundation)

26/2/2021, 2-4pm CET — Payette, G. & Wyatt, N. (2018) How Do Logics Explain? AJP, 96: 157–67

5/3/2021, 2-6pm CET — First Brainstorming Session on Methodological Issues


Part#2 — Topics in the Epistemology of Logic

12/3/2021, 2-4pm CET — Wright, C. (2018) Logical Non-Cognitivism. Philosophical Issues, 8: 425–50. doi: 10.1111/phis.12132

19/3/2021, 2-4pm CET — Besson, C. (work in progress) Normativity and the Logic Makes the Mind Move View.

26/3/2021, 2-4pm CET — Woods, J. (2019) Against Reflective Equilibrium for Logical Theorizing. Australasian Journal of Logic, 16: 319–41.

09/4/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Padro, R. (work in progress) The Adoption Problem and the Epistemology of Logic.

16/4/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Rossberg, M. & Shapiro, S. (2021) Logic and Science: Science and Logic. Synthese (Online first: doi.org/10.1007/s11229-021-03076-w)

23/4/2021, 2-5pm CEST — Second Brainstorming Session of Epistemological Issues


Part#3 — Topics in the Metaphysics of Logic

30/4/2021, 2-4pm CEST— Pelletier, F.J., Elio, R. & Hanson, P. (2008) Is Logic all in our Heads? Studia Logica, 86: 1–65

7/5/2021, 5-7pm CEST— Sher, G. (2021) Invariance as a Basis for Necessity and Laws (in Logic and Science), forthcoming in Phil Studies

14/5/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Russell, G. (2018) Logical Nihilism: Could there be no Logic?, Phil. Issues, 28: 308–324

21/5/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Williamson, T. (2014) Logic, Metalogic and Neutrality, Erkenntnis 79: 211-231 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s10670-013-9474-z)

28/5/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Warren, J. (2016) Revisiting Quine on Truth by Convention, Journal of Philosophical Logic (DOI 10.1007/s10992-016-9396-8)


Part#4 — Topics in the Normativity of Logic

11/6/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Steinberger, F. (2019). Consequence and normative guidance. PPR 98 (2): 306-328 doi.org/10.1111/phpr.12434

18/6/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Russell, G. (2017). Logic isn’t normative. Inquiry 63 (3-4): 371–388 doi.org/10.1080/0020174X.2017.1372305

25/6/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Tajer, D. (2020). The Normative Autonomy of Logic. Erkenntnis, doi.org/10.1007/s10670-020-00321-5

2/7/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Bradley, D. (2021). Ought-contextualism and reasoning. Synthese, doi.org/10.1007/s11229-020-02918-3

9/7/2021, 2-4pm CEST — Shaw J. (work in progress). Inference and Logic.


EuPhiLog Work in Progress Workshop (Schedule)

16/7/2021, 10-18pm CEST — Day One

10–11 CEST — Erik Stei: The Demise of Domain-Dependence (pre-read)

11–12 CEST — Colin Caret: Uniformity and Impossible Worlds (presentation)

14–15 CEST — Corine Besson: Knowing How to Reason Logically (pre-read)

15–16 CEST — Gil Russell: How to Prove Hume’s Law (presentation)

16:30–17:30 CEST — Gila Sher: What does it mean, and what does it not mean, to be an anti-exceptionalist about logic (presentation)

23/7/2021, 10-18pm CEST — Day Two

10–11 CEST — Filippo Ferrari & Sebastiano Moruzzi: Logical Anti-Exceptionalism & Logical Normativity (pre-read)

11–12 CEST — Gil Sagi: Paradox, Formalization and Norms (presentation)

14–15 CEST — Ole Hjortland & Ben Martin: Metaphysical and Epistemological Anti-Exceptionalism (pre-read)

15–16 CEST — Jack Woods: TBA (presentation)

16:30–17:30 — Ulf Hlobil: The Laws of Thought and the Laws of Truth as Two Sides of One Logical Coin (pre-read)

17:30–18:30 — Romina Padro: TBA (presentation)

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