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The Reasoner: volume 4

Volume 4, Number 12: December 2010
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Editorial – Fabien Schang
Interview with Heinrich Wansing – Fabien Schang
Numbers Are not Sets! – Hartley Slater
A Note on Adams Conditionals – Luis Estrada-Gonzalez & Paulina Raigosa
The Right to Life and Two Controversial Social/Political Policies – John Alexander
Development and Learning, 18–21 August – Thomas R. Shultz & Benjamin Kuipers
Interacting Minds: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Cognition, 9 November – Glenn Carruthers, Stefan Gutwinski, Anna Kuhlen, Steffen Landgraf, Dar Meshi, Rosa Steimke & Bernhard Voelkl
Formal Semantics and Pragmatics, 19–21 November – Nicholas Allott
Bayesian Argumentation, 22–23 October – Frank Zenker
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser

Volume 4, Number 11: November 2010
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Editorial – Isabelle Drouet
Interview with Jacques Dubucs – Isabelle Drouet
Did Euler’s ‘2’ refer to ZFC’s {0,{0}}? – Martin Cooke
Probabilistic Graphical Models, 13–15 September – Teemu Roos, Petri Myllymaki & Tommi Jaakkola
Words and Concepts, 20–21 September – Jose Manuel Palma Munoz
Logic, Reasoning and Rationality, 20–22 September – Mathieu Beirlaen, Tjerk Gauderis, Raoul Gervais & Laszlo Kosolosky
Causality in the Biomedical and Social Sciences, 6–8 October – Samantha Kleinberg
Bayesian Argumentation, 22–23 October – Frank Zenker
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhauser

Volume 4, Number 10: October 2010
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Editorial. A Philosopher’s Holidays: Travel Impressions from Africa – Jan Sprenger
On Terminology in the Theory of Inconsistency – Chris Mortensen
Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, 30-31 August – Marcelo G. Armentano & Pablo M. Granitto
Principles and Methods of Statistical Inference with Interval Probability, 1-6 September – Frank Coolen & Matthias Troffaes
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhauser

Volume 4, Number 9: September 2010
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Editorial – Gustavo Cevolani
Interview with Ilkka Niiniluoto – Gustavo Cevolani
Kaplan on indexical logic – Hartley Slater
Degrees of Belief vs Belief, 14-15 May – Philip Ebert & Martin Smith
Logic and Knowledge, 16-19 June – Emiliano Ippoliti
Square of Opposition, 20-22 June – Fabien Schang
Inductive Logic Programming, 27-30 June – Francesca A. Lisi
Work in Progress in Causal and Probabilistic Reasoning, 28-29 June – Leen De Vreese
Automated Reasoning about Context and Ontology Evolution, 16-17 August – Alan Bundy, Jos Lehmann, Guilin Qi & Ivan Jose Varzinczak
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhauser
Algebraic, abstract algebraic and behavioral approaches to logical systems. Part II – Piotr Wilczek

Volume 4, Number 8: August 2010
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Editorial – Franz Dietrich
Interview with Nick Baigent – Franz Dietrich
A short note on the relevance of Logic for Human Reasoning – Michael C. W. Yip
Philosophy of Probability III, 25–26 June – Seamus Bradley, Foad Dizadji-Bahmani & Conrad Heilmann
Paris-Amsterdam Logic Meetings of Young Researchers, 28–29 June – Inés Crespo & Lucian Zagan
What is HPS for? 28–29 June – Pierre-Olivier Méthot & Dan Nicholson
British Society for the Philosophy of Science, 8–9 July – Matteo Morganti
Metaphysics and Epistemology in Chinese Philosophy, 10-11 July – JeeLoo Liu
Algebraic, abstract algebraic and behavioral approaches to logical systems. Part I – Piotr Wilczek
Philosophy of epidemiology – Alex Broadbent

Volume 4, Number 7: July 2010
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Editorial – Jan-Willem Romeijn
Interview with TiLPS – Jan-Willem Romeijn
Diagonalization fails in natural language – Laureano Luna
Philosophy & technology – Luciano Floridi
COST-ADT Doctoral School on Computational Social Choice, 9–14 April – Haris Aziz
Entia et Nomina, 13-16 May – Rafal Urbaniak, Magda Kaminska & Zuzanna Gnatek
St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality, 23-25 May – John Brunero & Eric Wiland
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhaeuser
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson

Volume 4, Number 6: June 2010
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Editorial – Zach Weber
Interview with Greg Restall – Zach Weber
When Are Relations Neither True Nor False? – X.Y. Newberry
Analytic Pragmatism and Religious Beliefs – Raffaella Giovagnoli
The Peirce Edition Project – David W. Agler
Propositions, Context, and Consequence, 20-21 March – Colin Caret
Logic and Rational Interaction – Olivier Roy
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Necessity – Neil Kennedy
Gottlob Frege – Mike Beaney

Volume 4, Number 5: May 2010
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Editorial – Dawn E. Holmes
Interview with Xia Jiang – Dawn E. Holmes
Two envelopes, two paradoxes – Martin Cooke
Modelling Interaction, Dialog, Social Choice, and Vagueness, 26-28 March – Haris Aziz
Mathematical Practice and Cognition, 29-30 March – Alexander Karl Svanevik & Alison Pease
Scientific Philosophy: Past and Future, 13 April – Jonah N. Schupbach
The Future of Philosophy of Science, 14-16 April – Jonah N. Schupbach
Lewis Carroll – Amirouche Moktefi
Principia Mathematica, A.N. Whitehead and B. Russell – Zach Weber

Volume 4, Number 4: April 2010
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Editorial – Phyllis Illari
Interview with Hannes Leitgeb – Phyllis Illari
On Reconstructing Proofs in Paraconsistent Mathematics – Zach Weber
How to Use a Valid Derivers License – George Englebretsen
Thomas Reid and the Persistence of Common Sense – Richard Starmans
On Forgetting ‘that’ – Hartley Slater
Reasoning About Quantum Interaction, 2010-2015 – Sonja Smets
GoodOD: Ontology, empirically tested, 2010-2012 – Ludger Jansen & Stefan Schulz
Philosophy of Language and Linguistics – Piotr Stalmaszczyk
Argument Assessment in Informal Logic, 30 December – John Hoaglund
Causality and Explanation in Physics, Biology and Economics, 18-20 February – Adan Sus & Daniele Molinini
Artificial General Intelligence, 5-8 March – Ben Goertzel & Marcus Hutter
Multi-Level Causation, 25-26 March – Luke Glynn
Logic and Rational Interaction – Olivier Roy
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Game Theoretic Reasoning – Haris Aziz
Deduction – Frank Zanker
Megarians – Jean-Louis Hudry

Volume 4, Number 3: March 2010
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Editorial – Gabriella Pigozzi
Interview with Jane Spurr – Gabriella Pigozzi
Quine’s other way out – Hartley Slater
On Brandom’s “logical functionalism” – Raffaella Giovagnoli
Abductive Cognition – Lorenzo Magnani
Paraconsistent Foundations of Mathematics, 2010–2013 – Zach Weber
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Probabilistic Reasoning – Michael Wilde
Mathematical Reasoning – David Corfield
Novum Organum, Francis Bacon – Andrew Aberdein
Complexity – Alan Baker

Volume 4, Number 2: February 2010
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Editorial – Kevin Korb
Interview with Tim van Gelder – Kevin Korb
Notes on Gaifman’s Solution of The Liar Paradox – X.Y. Newberry
Abductive Cognition – Lorenzo Magnani
Logic, Rationality and Interaction, 8-10 October – Meiyun Guo
Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 30 November-4 December – Kevin B. Korb
Formal Models of Norm Change, 18-19 January – Davide Grossi
Logic and Rational Interaction – Olivier Roy
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Bayesianism – Armin Schultz
Kurt Godel (1906-1978) – Amanda Hicks

Volume 4, Number 1: January 2010
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Editorial – Federica Russo
Interview with John Norton – Federica Russo
On the presuppositions of composite propositions – Nianxi Xia
Does Possible Worlds Semantics Make Sense? – A Correction – Anand J. Vaidya
The Logic of Denial, 24-25 October – Stephen Read, Colin Caret and Ole Thomassen Hjortland
Historical Epistemology, 10-12 December – Koen Vermeir
Emergence and Reduction in the Sciences, 11-13 December – Alexandre Marcellesi
Subjective Bayes, 14-16 December – Jim Smith
Model-Based Reasoning in Science and Technology, 17-19 December – Lorenzo Magnani
Formal Epistemology and Religion – Richard Starmans
Logic and Rational Interaction – Olivier Roy
Formal Epistemology – Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Alonzo Church – Russell Marcus
Port-Royal Logic – Andrew Aberdein