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Logics of Consequence: Logical Inferentialism, Defeasible Reasoning, and Transitivity

February 16, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

Logics of Consequence:  Logical Inferentialism, Defeasible Reasoning, and Transitivity

March 3-4, 2017

Concordia University, S-05, 2145 McKay, 9:00-19:30

Website:  https://sites.google.com/site/logicsofconsequence/

The workshop connects recent developments in logic, the philosophy of logic, theory of meaning, and the philosophy of reasoning.  In particular, we will be thinking about non-transitive and non-monotonic logics in connection with logical and semantic inferentialism, the semantic paradoxes, and the nature of logic vocabulary.

Speakers:  Neil Tennant, David Ripley, Robert Brandom, Julien Murzi, Jaroslav Peregrin, Christian Straßer, Catherine Hundleby, Mathieu Marion, Marcus Rossberg, Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer, Andrew Parisi, David Kaplan

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