Seminar

The EXPRESS Seminar meets on selected Tuesdays during term time. In the first semester of 2021/2022 the seminar is again joining forces with the PHILMATH Seminar in Paris. The talks will take place via Zoom. To attend, please fill in the form here, which will automatically generate the relevant zoom codes.

5 october 2021: Richard Pettigrew (University of bristol)

Time and location: 16.00-18.00, online via Zoom

Title: Epistemic Risk and the Demands of Rationality (Abstract)

2 november 2021: corine besson (university of sussex)

Time and location: 16.00-18.00, online via Zoom

Title: TBC (Abstract)

7 december 2021: lucas rosenblatt (University of buenos aires)

Time and location: 16.00-18.00, online via Zoom

Title: Theories of Paradoxicality (Abstract)

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In the second semester of 2020/2021 the seminar joined forces with the PHILMATH Seminar in Paris. The following talks took place:

16 February 2021: GreG REstall (University of MELBOURNE)

Time and location: 10.00-12.00, online via Zoom

Title: An Inferentialist Account of Identity and Modality (Video)

30 March 2021: Lavinia picollo (national University of singaporE)

Time and location: 10.00-12.00, online via Zoom

Title: On Arithmetical Pluralism (Abstract) (Video)

18 may 2021: Seth Yalcin (University of california at berkeley)

Time and location: 18.00-20.00, online via Zoom

Title: Iffy Knowledge (Abstract) (Video)

25 may 2021: Justin CLARKE-DOANE (COLUmbia university)

Time and location: 10.00-12.00, online via Zoom

Title: Russell’s Regressive Method in Mathematics and Philosophy (Video)

8 June 2021: rosalie iemhoff (utrecht university)

Time and location: 16.00-18.00, online via Zoom

Title: Proof-Theoretic Formalization (Video)

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The following talk took place in the first semester of 2020/21:

17 november 2020: JuLIEN MURZI And brett topey (UNIVERSITY OF Salzburg)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, online via Zoom

Title: Categoricity by Convention (Abstract) (Video)

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The following talks took place in 2019/20:

25 February 2020: Manfred Krifka (ZAS Berlin)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Ways of Adjusting Assertoric Strength (Abstract)

4 February 2020: Daniel Rothschild (University College London)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Lockean Belief, Dutch Books, and Scoring Systems (Abstract)

13 December 2019: Melissa Fusco (Columbia University)

Special joint EXPRESS-DIP Colloquium session.

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Agential Free Choice (Abstract)

10 December 2019: Melissa Fusco (Columbia University)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F2.19

Title: Sluicing on Free Choice (Abstract)

12 November 2019: Ellen Breitholtz (University of Gothenburg)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F2.19

Title: Enthymemes and topoi in dialogue – an approach to reasoning in conversation (Abstract)

8 October 2019: Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Göttingen)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Until‘s Janus Head (Abstract)

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The following talks took place in 2018/19:

14 June 2019: Kyle Blumberg (New York University)

Special joint EXPRESS-DIP Colloquium session.

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Beliefs, Desires and Descriptions (Abstract)

24 May 2019: Una Stojnic (Columbia University)

Special joint EXPRESS-DIP Colloquium session.

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Anatomy of Arguments in Natural Language Discourse (Abstract)

21 May 2019: Una Stojnic (Columbia University)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Contextualizing Modality (Abstract)

7 May 2019: Giorgio Sbardolini (University of Amsterdam)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Aboutness Paradox (Abstract)

16 April 2019: Filippo Ferrari (University of Bonn)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park 107, Room F1.15

Title: Logical Anti-Exceptionalism and Logical Normativity (Abstract)

27 March 2019: Sebastian Speitel (UC San Diego)

Time and location: 16.00-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park, Room F2.19

Title: Combined Criteria of Logicality (Abstract)

6 March 2019: Mariangela Zoe Cocchiaro (University of Hong Kong and University of Salzburg)

Time and location: 12.15-13.45, Amsterdam Science Park, Room F1.15

Title: The significance of economics for the epistemology of peer disagreement (Abstract)

20 November 2018: Francesca Poggiolesi (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Time and location: 16-17.30, Amsterdam Science Park, Room F1.15

Title: A proof-theoretical approach to non-causal explanations: complexity as the key to directionality (Abstract)