Séminaire de philosophie moderne, « Logique juridique et logique conditionnelle dans la pensée moderne », 31/03, ULB

21 mars 2017

« Cher.e.s collègues,

Je vous joins le programme du prochain séminaire de philosophie moderne (Affiche 31 mars 2017) qui aura lieu à la bibliothèque du CIERL autour du thème « Logique juridique et logique conditionnelle dans la pensée moderne », le vendredi 31 mars 2017.

Par ailleurs, je vous rappelle que Justin Smith donnera sa prochaine conférence dans le cadre de la chaire Francqui, demain mercredi 22 mars, au AW1.126, de 17h à 19h : « Les bêtes-machines dans l’état de nature : ontologie et politique de l’animal à l’âge classique ».

Au plaisir de vous y retrouver,

Arnaud Pelletier »

Publicités

Max Cresswell and Adriane Rini, Lectures related to A. N. Prior, 22/09, VUB

12 septembre 2016

« The Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science is happy to announce that, on Thursday 22 September 2016, Max Cresswell and Adriane Rini will be our guests and will present two lectures related to (the work of) A. N. Prior :

Max Cresswell : « Semantics before Montague: The Case of A.N. Prior » (abstract below)

Adriane Rini : « A.N. Prior before he met formal logic »

The event will take place at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, campus Etterbeek, room 5C402 (i.e. room 403 on the fifth floor of building C), from 2 to 4 p.m. Indications on how to get to the campus can be found at : http://www.vub.ac.be/en/campus-etterbeek.

Abstract of Max Cresswell’s talk :

A. N. Prior was a logician during the heyday of « ordinary language philosophy ». Yet in may ways his view of semantics was very different from that assumed in the model-theoretic accounts which have become influential since the work of Richard Montague. In this talk I will look principally at Prior’s book Objects of Thought, in which he sets out his views on the semantics of propositional attitude sentences, and I will concentrate on what appears to be a lack of recognition of the importance of compositionality to a theory of meaning. »


Call for papers, 5th Young Researchers Days in Logic, Philosophy and History of Science, Royal Academy of Science (Brussels), 25-26/11

8 août 2016

CFP « 5th Young Researchers Days in Logic, Philosophy and History of Science » (Brussels, Royal Academy of Science, 25-26/11/2016)

Organizing Committee: Kenneth Bertrams (ULB), Steffen Ducheyne (VUB), Alexandre Guay (UCL), Bertrand Hespel (UNamur), Bruno Leclercq (ULg), Steven Vanden Broecke (UGent), Maarten Vandyck (UGent), Geert Vanpaemel (KULeuven), Peter Verdée (UCL).
Invited speakers: Ole Hortjland (Universitetet i Bergen), Omar Nasim (University of Kent), Dominique Pestre (EHESS)

The workshop will provide an ideal opportunity for young researchers (PhD students, young postdocs) working in the fields of Logic, Philosophy of Science and History of Science in Belgian Universities, to present their work to a larger community of emerging and established scholars in these fields.

Papers will be accepted in English, Dutch, and French. The lingua franca of YRD5 is English, and applicants are encouraged to present papers in this language. Paper presentations should be about 20 minutes in length, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.

Paper proposals (including title, abstract, and institutional affiliation) must be submitted through yrd5[at]bslps.be by August 31, 2016. Abstracts should be 250-300 words in length. Confirmation of acceptance will be given before the 15th of September.


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