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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
?JRUlf Hlobil"Limits of Abductivism in Logic: Which Data?"
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"