Formal Epistemology and the Legacy of Logical Empiricism

If you’re in Austin, you probably know this already. If you’re not, it’s probably too late. But this is what I’ll be doing this weekend:

Friday, 26 April 2012
Thomas Uebel, University of Manchester, “The Logic of Science and the Pragmatics of Science: The Challenge of Complementarity.”
Christopher French, University of British Columbia, “Carnap, Jeffrey and Explication of Radical Probabilism.”
Sebastian Lutz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, “The Criteria for the Empirical Significance of Terms.”
Saturday, 27 April 2012
Sahotra Sarkar, University of Texas, “Nagel on Reduction.”
Michael Stoeltzner, University of South Carolina, “Could Mathematical Physics serve as a Model for Formal Epistemology?”
Flavia Padovani, Drexel University, “Reichenbach On Causality in 1923: One Word, Many Concepts”
Richard Zach, University of Calgary, “Carnap on Logic.”

Thanks to Sahotra Sarkar for putting this together!

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