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Bergen Logic Seminar

This page shows our previous and planned work-in-progress (WIP) and joint reading (JR) sessions. The sessions are open for everyone.

2019

DateTypeAuthorArticle
03.12WIPSindre O. Søderstrøm"Reasoning and Rule Guidance"
19.11WIPSorin Bangu"Later Wittgenstein on the nature of logic"
05.11WIPTore Fjetland Øgaard"Anti-Suppression"
22.10WIPMichal Walicki"Graphs for inconsistency"
08.10WIPLeon Commandeur"Functionalism in logic"
24.09WIPPål Fjeldvig Antonsen"Logical Contextualism"
27.08TBAAndreas Fjellstad"Cut-elimination for the cut-free approach to transparent truth"
26.06WIPOle Thomassen HjortlandTBA
12.06JRColin R. Caret"Why Logical Pluralism?"
08.05WIPEvelyn Erickson"On the Anti-exceptionalist Commitment to Science as a Natural Kind"
24.04WIPTore Fjetland Øgaard"Classical Relevant Logic"
08.04JRSinan Dogramaci"Why Is a Valid Inference a Good Inference?"
27.03JRDiego Tajer"Kuhnian anti-exceptionalism about logic" (draft)
21.03WIPBen Martin"Varieties of Contradiction"
20.02WIPRagnhild Iveranna Hogstad Jordahl"Chapter 2: Powers and Dispositions"
06.02WIPSindre O. Søderstrøm"Logic and Correct Reasoning"
23.01JRJC Beall"On Williamson’s new Quinean argument against nonclassical logic" (draft)
09.01WIPAndreas Fjellstad"More meta-inferential troubles for the validity predicate"