The purpose of this ongoing initiative is to bring together researchers interested in contacts between logic, philosophy, mathematics, computer science, linguistics, cognitive science, and economics to discuss new dimensions emerging today, such as knowledge, information, computation, and interactive agency.
The workshop continues a tradition of discussion-oriented outreach meetings aimed at fostering community across disciplines and universities, including senior and junior participants.
For detailed info please see: http://www-logic.stanford.edu/events/CSLI2015/CSLI2015.xhtml
This event continues a long-standing tradition at Stanford of annual workshops in logic, broadly conceived, aimed at fostering discussion across disciplines and universities, with the added goal of involving both junior and senior participants. The content of the workshop is drawn from the disciplines of logic, philosophy, mathematics, computer science, cognitive science, linguistics and economics, with an emphasis on exploring interdisciplinary contacts.
Logic and Philosophy: Rachael Briggs (Stanford), Hanti Lin (UC Davis), John Perry (Stanford), Jennifer Wang (Stanford)
This event continues a long-standing tradition at Stanford of fostering discussion on logic, broadly conceived, across disciplines and institutions. It brings together junior and senior participants from the disciplines of logic, philosophy, mathematics, computer science, cognitive science, linguistics, and economics, with an emphasis on exploring interdisciplinary points of contact.
Office of the Provost, Stanford University
Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University
Department of Philosophy, Stanford University
Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science of the Suppes Center for History and Philosophy of Science