Workshop: Philosophical Issues in Belief Revision, Conditional Logic and Possible World Semantics
The aim of the workshop is to bring together philosophers (related to the GAP, but not limited to it), who work in the area of belief revision, conditional logic and possible worlds semantics. The workshop shall serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas from these related areas.
Date: September 21-22, 2012
Room C 421, Building C, 4th floor, University of Konstanz. (A room plan for the workshops at the GAP.8 is also available at the main entrance of the University of Konstanz buildings.)
Organizer/s: Matthias Unterhuber
The workshop is funded/supported by the chair of theoretical philosophy at the university of Duesseldorf (Gerhard Schurz).
September 21, 2012
Igor Douven (Groningen) Scope Ambiguities and Conditionals
Franz Huber (Toronto) What Should I Believe About What Would Have Been the Case?
Matthias Unterhuber (Duesseldorf) Belief Revision from a Conditional Logic Perspective
Hannes Leitgeb (Munich) A New Lottery Paradox for Counterfactuals
Manfred Kupffer (Frankfurt) Properties of Fat Men - Quantified Modal Logic without Possible Individuals
Holger Andreas (LMU Munich) Paraconsistent Concept Formation in a Belief Revision Framework
Gerhard Schurz (Duesseldorf) Reward and Risk in Reasoning with Uncertain Conditionals
September 22, 2012
Heinrich Wansing (Bochum) Varieties of Implication
André Fuhrmann (Frankfurt) Possible Knowledge and Potential Knowledge: A New Look at Fitching Knowability
Sonja Smets (Univ. Amsterdam) Evidence-Based Belief Revision, a Logical Analysis
Hans Rott (Regensburg) Two Concepts of Plausibility in Default Reasoning