Monday, January 29, 2007

Antony Eagle

Those who teach first-course logic may have a look at Antony Eagle's introductory logic textbook : Elements of deductive logic (electronic version here) (.pdf, 164 p.)
Consider also, for other purposes, his useful paper on probability and propension : Twenty-one arguments against Propensity analyses of probability(.pdf, 49 p., 2004)

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Davide Grossi

Lundi 29 janvier 2007, de 15h30 à 17h30 (notez l'horaire), Philform reçoit Davide Grossi (Utrecht) sur le thème suivant: On the Logic of constitutive Norms.

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Philosophy streaming

Plurality of words has recently pointed to the following nice page :
Online video of philosophical lectures (Kaplan, Churchland, Chomsky, Dennett, McDowell, Kripke, Putnam ...)

Friday, January 26, 2007

Nothing of consequence

Ole Hjortland have posted some comments on Field's "metalogic and modality" on his blog Nothing of consequence.

Thursday, January 25, 2007


Here is the homepage for the student session of ESSLLI, to be held in Dublin, 6-17 august 2007. Call for papers. Deadline : February 11, 2007.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Blog : F. Loth

Le blog de F. Loth, Métaphysique, ontologie esprit, a maintenant une trentaine de posts. Une bonne introduction en français aux problèmes contemporains de philosophie de l'esprit.

[via Varia]

Sunday, January 21, 2007

F. Belardinelli

Le séminaire Philform reçoit F. Belardinelli lundi 22 janvier 2007 (IHPST, 14h-16H, grande salle) : "Quantified modal logic and the ontology of physical objects" (abstract).

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

R. Stainton

La philosophie des plus petites questions, par R. Stainton, via Philotropes.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

LateX : Title pages

Here are LateX codes and examples for various titlepages (included dissertation-like), by Peter Wilson.
[via Semantics etc.]

Thursday, January 11, 2007

B. Hill

Brian Hill has a new homepage.

D. Kaplan, live.

David Kaplan, The meaning of "ouch" and "oops"
A streaming webcast of David Kaplan giving his talk about 'ouch' and 'oops' at Berkeley in 2004 (85min).
[via Semantics etc.]