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Wednesday 19th June 2019 - Friday 21st June 2019 Faculty of Philosophy, University of GroningenThis conference will bring together philosophers interested in examining truth and relativism in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy.Confirmed speakers include: Paolo Crivelli (Geneva); Matthew Duncombe (Nottingham); Marion Durand (Toronto); Guus Eelink (Oxford) Luca Gili (UQAM) Orna Harari (Tel Aviv); Tyler Huismann … Continue reading Conference: Truth and Relativism in Ancient PhilosophyFind out more »
Bilateral approaches to meaning Workshop organized by the project EXPRESS: From the Expression of Disagreement to New Foundations for Expressivist Semantics https://inferentialexpressivism.com/ 20 - 22 June 2019 University of Amsterdam and Institute for Logic, Language and Computation Supported by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement … Continue reading Workshop: Bilateral Approaches to MeaningFind out more »
In cosmology probabilities appear in multiple different guises. We use them when we assess the naturalness of a certain value of the cosmological constant, when we assign likelihoods to possible initial conditions of the universe, when we judge the probability of cosmic inflation, or when we ascribe the probability of there being life in certain … Continue reading Workshop: Probabilities in CosmologyFind out more »
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