Dr.Dr. Niki Pfeifer
progic 2013: The Sixth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
"Combining probability and logic to solve philosophical problems"
Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung (Munich)
hosted by the
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
17-18 September 2013
Special issueThe special issue Combining Probability and Logic to Solve Philosophical Problems on themes of the workshop appeared in September 2014 in the Journal of Applied Logic, Volume 12, Issue 3.
Papers by: Alan Hájek; Peter Milne; Igor Douven; Tommaso Flaminio, Lluís Godo, & Hykel Hosni; Teddy Groves; Sean Walsh; Glauber De Bona, Fabio Gagliardi Cozman, & Marcelo Finger; Dana Scott.
Workshop reportPfeifer, N. (2013). Combining probability and logic, 17-18 September. The Reasoner, 7(12), 141. Download.
IntroductionThe Sixth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic (progic 2013) continues the progic workshop series. Progic 2013 takes place on September 17 and 18, 2013. The workshop location is the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung, which is located at the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich. The workshop is financially supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy) and by the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung.
Progic 2013 focuses on Combining probability and logic to solve philosophical problems. Topics include but are not restricted to
VideosFor video recordings of the talks visit the LMU Podcast.
Photos(thanks to Alan Hájek)
There is no participation fee. Registration per email is requested by July 30 (please state your name (1), your affiliation (2), and whether you wish—at your own expenses—to join the workshop dinner (3)):
Local organizerNiki Pfeifer (Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)
Steering committeeJeff Helzner (Department Philosophy, Columbia University)
Niki Pfeifer (Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)
Jan-Willem Romeijn (Department of Philosophy, University of Groningen)
Gregory Wheeler (Centre for Research in Artificial Intelligence, New University of Lisbon)
Jon Williamson (Department of Philosophy & Centre for Reasoning, University of Kent)