UConn Logic Group / Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy Joint Conference

General Information

Date: April 4–6, 2017
Location: University of Connecticut – Student Union Building, Room 221
Organizers: Norbert Gratzl, Andrew Parisi, Marcus Rossberg
Acknowledgments: We are grateful for the generous support by UConn Global Affairs, the UConn Philosophy Department, the UConn College of Liberal Arts and Science, and the Connecticut Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Science (IBACS).

Confirmed Participants

Jc Beall
Jonathan Dittrich
Damir Dzhafarov
Norbert Gratzl
Magdalena Kaufmann
Stefan Kaufmann
Cornelia Kroiss
Hannes Leitgeb
Eugenio Orlandelli
Andrew Parisi
Lavinia Piccolo
Luis Rosa
Marcus Rossberg
Georg Schiemer
Stewart Shapiro
Keith Simmons
Andrew Tedder
Crispin Wright


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Tuesday, April 4

8:55–9:00 Introductory Remarks
9:00–9:45 Jonathan Dittrich – Revising Inferences
9:45–10:30 Eugenio Orlandelli – Inferential Justifcations and Relevance
10:30–11:00 Break
11:00–11:45 Georg Schiemer – The Structuralist Thesis Reconsidered
11:45–1:00 Lunch (catered)
1:00–1:45 Lavinia Picollo – Defationism Broadened
1:45–2:30 Damir Dzhafarov – New Directions in Reverse Mathematics
2:30–3:15 Magdalena Kaufmann – Bringing non-logical conditionals back on board
3:41–3:45 Break
3:45–4:30 Luis Rosa – The Epistemology of Logic and Logical Pluralism
4:30–5:15 Andrew Tedder – A Multi-Modal Model of Descartes’ Creation Doctrine

Wednesday, April 5

9:00–9:45 Cornelia Kroiss – On Aesthetic Qualities
9:45–10:30 Andrew Parisi – Barcan Up the Wrong Tree
10:30–11:00 Break
11:00–11:45 Stefan Kaufmann – Probablilistic Semantics and Pragmatics for Conditionals and Modality
11:45–1:45 Lunch (you’re left to your own devises)
1:45–2:30 Jc Beall – TBA

Stewart Shapiro – Cardinals vs Ordinals: What is the Question?
3:15–3:45 Break
3:45–4:30 Hannes Leitgeb – A New System of Hyperintensional Logic and Semantics
6:30 Dinner at Chang’s Garden

Thursday, April 6

9:00–9:45 Keith Simmons – Paradox and Deflationism
9:45–10:30 Crispin Wright – (Something like) Intuitionist Logic and the Sorites
10:30–11:00 Break
11:00–11:45 Marcus Rossberg – Truth via a proof-theoretic account of higher-order logic
11:45–12:30 Norbert Gratzl – Rules and Metarules of Inference
12:30–2:30 Lunch
2:30–6:00 Workshop Reconvenes – open discussion (Manchester Hall, room 227)