“Bridges 2” Workshop

Rutgers Philosophy Department

106 Somerset St. – 5th Floor

New Brunswick, NJ

September 18-20, 2015

 

 

 

9/18  (NYC Area)

9/19 (ILLC)

9/20 (MCMP)

8:30

 

Coffee / Breakfast

Coffee / Breakfast

8:45

 

Welcome

Welcome

9:00

 

Sonja Smets
"Informational Cascades:
A Test for Rationality?"
[abstract | slides]

Vincenzo Crupi
"Judgments of conditional
probability vs. evidential support:
An experimental comparison
in accuracy and time-consistency"
[abstract | slides]

9:15

 

9:30

Coffee / Breakfast

9:45

Welcome

10

Rohit Parikh
"Creating and testing states
of knowledge in groups"
[abstract | slides]

Break

Break

10:15

Alexandru Baltag
"From Degrees of Belief
to Defeasible Knowledge"
[abstract | slides]

Rossella Marrano
"Probability and Graded Truth:
A Qualitative Perspective"
[abstract | slides]

10:30

10:45

11

Break

11:15

Miriam Schoenfield
"Conditionalization does not
(in general) Maximize
Expected Accuracy"
[abstract | handout]

Break

Break

11:30

Paolo Galeazzi
"Smart Transformations: or,
The Evolution of Choice Principles"
[abstract | slides]

Catrin Campbell-Moore
"Self-Referential Probability"
[abstract | slides]

11:45

12

12:15

Lunch

12:30

Lunch

Lunch

12:45

1

1:15

1:30

1:45

2

Bob Beddor & Simon Goldstein
"Believing Epistemic Contradictions"
[abtsract | slides | handout]

2:15

Soroush Rafiee Rad
"Maximum Entropy and the Uninformative Models
of First Order Theories"
[abstract | slides]

Lavinia Picollo
"Disquotation & Infinite Conjunctions"
[abstract | slides]

2:30

2:45

3

Break

3:15

Una Stojnic
"Modality, Coherence and Logic"
[abstract | slides]

Break

Break

3:30

Nina Gierasimczuk
"Learning, topology, and modal logic"
[abstract | slides]

Barbara Osimani
"A coherentist approach to
probabilistic causal assessment"
[abstract | slides | handout]

3:45

4

4:15

Break

4:30

Graham Priest
"How do you know
what the right logic is?"
[abstract | slides]

Break

Break

4:45

Jakub Szymanik
"Probabilistic Mental Logic
for Human Reasoning"
[abstract | slides]

Norbert Gratzl
"Single Conclusion Rocks! ...
and so does Classical Logic"
[abstract | slides]

5

5:15

5:30