The Department of Logic & Philosophy of Science presents

"Topics in Inductive Logic"
A two-day workshop

March 19-20, 2015
9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway, Room 1517

Inductive logic was a research program started by Rudolf Carnap in the 1940s and involves the philosophical and mathematical analysis of inductive inference. It has a close connection to the Bayes-Laplace tradition in probability theory and statistics. While inductive logic has largely disappeared from the radar of mainstream philosophy ofscience, progress has been made in various fields that are related to inductive logic. The aim of this workshop is to discuss some of these new developments.

Simon Huttegger, Associate Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science and Chancellor’s Fellow, University of California, Irvine; Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science

Frederick Eberhardt (Cal Tech), Simon Huttegger (UCI), Jeffrey Paris
(Manchester), Jan-Willem Romeijn (Groningen), Gerhard Schurz (Düsseldorf), Tom Sterkenburg (Groningen), Marta Sznajder (LMU), Jon Williamson (Kent), Sandy Zabell (Northwestern)

Schedule of Talks

Thursday, March 19, 2015
8:00: Continental Breakfast
9:00–10:15: Sandy Zabell
10:45–12:00pm: Marta Sznajder
12:00: Lunch
1:15-2:30: Jon Williamson
3:00–4:15: Gerhard Schurz
4:30–5:45 : Frederick Eberhardt
7:00- Speaker Welcome Dinner

Friday, March 20, 2015
8:00: Continental Breakfast
9:00–10:15 : Jeffrey Paris
10:45–12:00: Tom Sterkenburg
12:00: Lunch
1:15-2:30: Simon Huttegger
3:00–4:15: Jan-Willem Romeijn

For further information, please contact Patty Jones, or 949.824.1520.

© UC Irvine School of Social Sciences - 3151 Social Sciences Plaza, Irvine, CA 92697-5100 - 949.824.2766