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The Reasoner: volume 5

Volume 5, Number 12: December 2011
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Editorial – Andrew Aberdein
Interview with Stephen Read – Andrew Aberdein
Frege on / Frege as History – James M. Fielding
Holy Megabucks, Batman! The Astounding Popularity of Superhero Movies – Timothy McGettigan
Methods for Modalities, 9–12 November – Hans van Ditmarsch, David Fernandez Duque & Manuel Ojeda Aciego
Reasoning with Cases in the Social Sciences, 11–12 November – Attilia Ruzzene
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 5, Number 11: November 2011
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Editorial – Niki Pfeifer
Interview with Wilfrid Hodges – Niki Pfeifer
Against Cognitive Segregation: An Inseparable Connection between Creativity and Criticality – A. Minh Nguyen
Bolzano & Frege on Infinitely Many Truths�a Dialogue – Jeroen Smid
Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems, 17–18 July – Jo˜ao Leite & Paolo Torroni
Logic, rationality and interaction, 27 August – Jianying Cui, Hans van Ditmarsch & Jerome Lang
Experimental Philosophy Group, 17–18 September – Bryony Pierce
Causality and Explanation in the Sciences, 19–21 September – Raoul Gervais & Lazslo Kosolosky
Computer Simulations and the Changing Face of Scientific Experimentation, 21–23 September – Eckhart Arnold
Social Epistemology, 25 February (Lund) and 27 September (Copenhagen) – Frank Zenker
Philosophy and Theory of Artificial Intelligence, 3–4 October – Vincent C. Muller
Evolving Knowledge in Theory and Applications, 4 October – Christoph Beierle & Gabriele Kern-Isberner
Modal and Epistemic Logic, 13–14 October – Rasmus K. Rendsvig
Algorithm Game Theory, 17–19 October – Diodato Ferraioli
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 5, Number 10: October 2011
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Editorial – Gustavo Cevolani
Interview with Gerhard Schurz – Gustavo Cevolani
Understanding Scarcity and Our Obligation To Save Lives: A Reply to Frederick – John Alexander
An Ironic Paradox – Simon Varey
Computing and Philosophy, 6–7 April – Mark Bishop & Yasemin J. Erden
Conventional Principles in Science, 18–19 August – Milena Ivanova & Matt Farr
Varieties of Representation, 5–9 September – Marcin Milkowski
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Mind and Cognition – Dave Ward
Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 5, Number 9: September 2011
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Editorial – Lorenzo Casini
Interview with Olaf Wolkenhauer – Lorenzo Casini
Supplementing Belief Revision for The Aim of Truthlikeness – Simon D’Alfonso
Algebra on chromosomal mutation: Emergence of a future discipline – Dipankar Mazumdar
Horacio Arló-Costa – Jeffrey Helzner
Fictions in Science – Albert Sole
Expressivism, Projection and Rules, 29 June–1 July – Matthew Chrisman
Vienna International Summer University, 4–15 July – Laszlo Kosolosky & Merel Lefevere
Reasoning About Other Minds: Logical and Cognitive Perspectives, 11 July – Nina Gierasimczuk
Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge, 12–14 July – Ben Rodenhäuser
Quantum Physics Meets TARK, 15 July – Kohei Kishida
Social Choice and Artificial Intelligence, 16 July – Umberto Grandi
Levels and Causation in Neuroscience, 21–22 July – Markus Eronen & Vera Hoffmann-Kolss
The Classical Model of Science II, 2–5 August – Hein van den Berg
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Mind and Cognition – Jane Suilin Lavelle

Volume 5, Number 8: August 2011
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Editorial – Amit Pundik
Interview with Matthew Kramer – Amit Pundik
Braun defended – Lee Walters
On an Allegedly Essential Feature of Criteria for the Demarcation of Science – Sebastian Lutz
Rethinking Relations Between Science(s) and Philosophy, 6–7 June – Anna C. Zielinska
Logica, 20–24 June – Vıt Puncochai
Formal Social Epistemology, 24–26 June – Liam Bright & Christian List
Evolution, Cooperation and Rationality, 27–29 June – Jonathan Grose & Cedric Paternotte
Models and Mechanisms in Cognitive Science, 29 June – Matteo Colombo & Liz Irvine
British Society for the Philosophy of Science, 7–8 July – Matteo Colombo
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Mind and Cognition – Tillmann Vierkant
Mathematical Philosophy – Jeff Ketland

Volume 5, Number 7: July 2011
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Editorial – Federica Russo
Interview with Stathis Psillos – Federica Russo
Truth and Success: Reply to Held – Matteo Morganti
Computational Ontology and Deontology – Raffaela Giovagnoli
Mathematical Logic in the Netherlands, 19–20 May – Jort Bergfeld & Kohei Kishida
Conditionals, Counterfactuals and Causes in Uncertain Environments, 19–22 May – Matthias Unterhuber
Normativity of Meaning: Sellarsian Perspectives, 24–27 May – Jaroslav Peregrin
Kant on Method as a Demarcation of the Sciences, 30–31 May – Johan Blok
Neuroscience and Pragmatism, 10 June – Nicholas Fitz
Science versus Democracy? 10 June – Laszlo Kosolosky
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Mind and Cognition – Mark Sprevak
Mathematical Philosophy – Jeff Ketland

Volume 5, Number 6: June 2011
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Editorial – Jeff Helzner
Interview with Haim Gaifman – Jeff Helzner
Scarcity and Saving Lives – Danny Frederick
A paradox related to the Turing Test – Samuel A. Alexander
Paradox and Logical Revision, 2–3 April – Colin Caret
The Authority of Science, 8–10 April – Mark Colyvan, Paul Griffiths, Stephan Hartmann & Jan Sprenger
Dynamics in Logic, 3 May – Alexandru Marcoci
Philosophy of Mind, Language and Cognitive Science, 14–15 May – Matt LaVine
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Mind and Cognition – Andy Clark

Volume 5, Number 5: May 2011
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Editorial – Bert Leuridan
Interview with Jim Woodward – Bert Leuridan
The no-proposition and the unfilled-proposition views on empty names – Zuzanna Gnatek
Replies to Weber and Cooke – Hartley Slater
All Models Are Wrong…, 14–16 March – Jesper Tijmstra
Experimental Philosophy, 25–26 March – Mark Phelan
Epistemology of Modeling and Simulation, 1–3 April – Patrick Grim
Three Rivers Philosophy Conference, 1–3 April – Laszlo Kosolosky
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser

Volume 5, Number 4: April 2011
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Editorial – Olivier Roy
Interview with the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy – Olivier Roy
Liars, Divine Liars, and Semantics revisited – Martin Cooke
Deduction and Novelty – Danny Frederick
9th Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 8-13 November – Alexander Gelbukh & Grigori Sidorov
Causality, Inference and Science, 4-5 March – Inaki San Pedro
Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 10-12 March – Carrie Figdor
European Epistemology Network, 17-19 March – Frank Zenker
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser
Argumentation Theory – Jean H.M. Wagemans

Volume 5, Number 3: March 2011
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Editorial – Lorenzo Casini
Interview with Mark Bedau – Lorenzo Casini
On the Paradox of the Adder – Ferenc Andras
The Ramsey Principle and the Principle of Informational Equilibrium – Michael J. Shaffer
Reply to Frederick – John Alexander
Philosophy and Technology: first issue – Federica Russo
PhDs in Logic III, 17–18 February – Lorenz Demey & Jonas De Vuyst
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser

Volume 5, Number 2: February 2011
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Editorial – Federica Russo
Interview with Jan Faye – Federica Russo
A rose by any other name? – Zach Weber
English Numbers – Martin Cooke
Reasoning from paradox – Laureano Luna
Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 25–26 October – Richard Booth
Italian Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science, 15–17 December – Bettina Schmietow
Philosophy of Science Colloquium, 18 February – Emma Ruttkamp
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser

Volume 5, Number 1: January 2011
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Editorial – Zach Weber
Interview with Alan Musgrave – Zach Weber
Confusion about the right to life – Danny Frederick
Thirty Years of Nonmonotonic Reasoning, 22–25 October – Victor W. Marek
Causation, Coherence and Concepts, 11–13 November – Alexandra Zinke
Philosophy of Information, 18–19 November – Patrick Allo & Giuseppe Primiero
Epistemology and Extended Cognition, 24 November – Orestis Palermos & Duncan Pritchard
Dutch-Flemish Graduate Conference on Philosophy of Science and/or Technology, 25–26 November – Laszlo Kosolosky
From Cognitive Science and Psychology to an Empirically-informed Philosophy of Logic, 7–9 December – Catarina Dutilh Novaes
Rational Trust, 9–10 December – Rune Nyrup
Logic and Rational Interaction – Ben Rodenhäuser