Mini-Conference on Logical Pragmatism

  • 25 Feb 2011
  • 9:00 AM - 6:49 PM
  • University of Auckland
LOGICAL PRAGMATISM

In honour of a visit to New Zealand by Danielle Macbeth, the Universities of Auckland and Waikato are organizing a mini-conference to be held Friday February 25th, at the Philosophy Department, University of Auckland. The topic is 'reasoning practices' - broadly conceived.

There is no registration fee; however, if you would like to attend, please email Koji Tanaka (k.tanaka(at)auckland.ac.nz) (if you have not already done so).


Date: 25 February 2011

Venue: Case Room 1, Owen G. Glenn Building (OGG), University of Auckland


Schedule:

9:00-9:10
Welcome

9:10-10:40
Speaker: Matthew Chrisman (Edinburgh) "On the Meaning of Ought"
Commentator: Jonathan McKeown-Green

10:50-12:20
Speaker: Huw Price (Sydney) "Expressivism for Two Voices"
Commentator: Catherine Legg

12:20-13:40 Lunch

13:40-15:25
Keynote speaker: Danielle Macbeth (Haverford) "Seeing How It Goes: The Peculiar Role of Writing in Mathematical Reasoning"
Commentator: Edwin Mares

15:40-17:10
Speaker: Catherine Legg (Waikato) "What is a Logic Diagram?"
Commentator: Fred Kroon

17:20-18:50
Speaker: Koji Tanaka (Auckland) "Frege Meets Artificial Intelligence"
Commentator: Patrick Girard

19:30- Dinner
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