Home
Bergen Logic Group
Workshop

4th Filomena Workshop (Philosophy, Logic, and Analytical Metaphysics)

The fourth edition of the FILOMENA Workshop (Philosophy, Logic and Analytic Metaphysics) has the purpose of gathering logicians working at the intersection of Logic and Metaphysics, through the application of formal methods in Philosophy.

Drawing in black and white of a girl who sits thoughtfull at the ground.
Illustration
Photo:
ClipArt ETC

The workshop is organized together with the Graduate Program of Philosophy from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.

For information about the past workshops visit: FILOMENA workshop

The 4th Filomena Workshop will be followed on the 17-18 by the workshop “How do logics explain?” All participants of Filomena are cordially invited to attend this workshop as well. More information about the event and registration can be found here.

Schedule and Book of abstracts are attached as pdf-files below.

Invited speakers

"No Metaphysical Disagreement Without Logical Incompatibility", Daniel Durante (UFRN, Brazil)

"Anti-Exceptionalism and Metaphysics", Michaela Mcsweeney (Boston University, USA)

"Beliefs Supporting Other Beliefs: Truthmaker Semantics for Logic-neutral Inference in Hyperintensional Webs of Belief", Peter Verdée (UCLouvain, Belgium) 

Contributing speakers

"Logical Nihilism", Éno Agolli (University of Connecticut at Storrs)

"Metaphysical Grounding in Scientific Weak Structuralism (WS): a Non-Foundationalist Perspective", Silvia Bianchi (University School for Advanced Studies, IUSS Pavia)

"Logical Realism and Logical Reliability", Topey Brett (University of Salzburg)

"Metaphysical Assumptions in Russell’s Paradox", Ludovica Conti (University of Pavia)

"Could the Geach-Kaplan Sentence be Expressed in a First-Order Language?", João Daniel Dantas (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, UFRN)

"Logic as a Research Program", Evelyn Erickson (UFRN and University of Bergen)

"Beyond Logical Revision: Logical Fixed Points and Theoretical Indispensability and Explanatory Value", Christos Kyriacou (University of Cyprus)

"Much Ado About the Many", Jonathan Mai (Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main)

"Logical Revision from an Anti-Exceptionalist Point of View", Sanderson Molick (UFRN and Ruhr Universität Bochum)

"Cognitive Phenomenology and the Epistemology of Logic", Luca Zanetti (University School for Advanced Studies, IUSS Pavia)

 

The workshop is open to all who wish to attend, there is no registration needed.

 

Schedule and abstracts (updated October 14th)