October 12, 2007

Lewis Conference (Day 3)

Day 3 of the conference began with an animated talk by Alan Hájek on whether formal methods are a boon or bane for philosophy. He also discussed whether we should be doing traditional epistemology or Baysian epistemology. He argued both sides of both issues, and then painted Lewis' intellectual history as a synthesis of the two sides of these two disputes. It was quite a treat.

Great talks were also given by Ulrich Meyer, Vladan Djordjevic, and Rohit Parikh.

Photos to come, but a small sample appear over at Lemmings.

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