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The Reasoner: volume 7

Volume 7, Number 12: December 2013
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  • Editorial – Jan Sprenger
  • Interview with Clark Glymour – Jan Sprenger
  • Mizrahi’s argument against Phenomenal Conservatism – Luca Moretti
  • This sentence? Which sentence? – Hartley Slater
  • Algorithmic Probability and Friends. Bayesian Prediction and Artificial Intelligence – David L. Dowe
  • Logic and Philosophy of Science, 16–18 September – Raoul Gervais, Laszlo Kosolosky, Frederik Van De Putte, Mathieu Beirlaen, Rafal Urbaniak & Peter Verde
  • Combining Probability and Logic, 17–18 September – Niki Pfeifer
  • Annual Buffalo Experimental Philosophy Conference, 11–12 October – James Beebe, J. Neil Otte & Paul Poenicke
  • Probabilistic Modeling in Science and Philosophy, 11–12 October – Claus Beisbart
  • Expressing discontent: appropriate or not? And if so, when, where, and how? 25 October – Laszlo Kosolosky, Gaston Meskens & Tom Claes
  • Epistemic Justification and Reasons, 1–2 November – Frank Hofmann
  • Inferentialism in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, 11–13 November – Lorenzo Casini
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 11: November 2013
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  • Editorial – Zach Weber
  • Interview with Walter Carnielli – Zach Weber
  • Circularity and Failure: a Response to Martin Cooke – Laureano Luna
  • Where the Evidence is Not Needed – Giovanni Mion
  • Logic, Rationality and Interaction, 9–12 October – Fernando Velazquez Quesada
  • Inductive Logic and Confirmation in Science, 17-18 October – Teddy Grove
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 10: October 2013
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  • Editorial – Matteo Morganti
  • Interview with Vincenzo Crupi – Matteo Morganti
  • Against Phenomenal Conservatism – Moti Mizrahi
  • Mill’s Proof of Hedonism – Majid Amini
  • What Can Category Theory Do for Philosophy? 9–11 July – Hans-Christoph Kotzsch
  • Logical Models of Group Decision Making, 12–16 August – Francesca Zaffora Blando
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 9: September 2013
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  • Editorial – Federica Russo
  • Interview with Sabina Leonelli – Federica Russo
  • More on Fitch – Hartley Slater
  • This sentence does not contain the symbol X – Samuel A. Alexander
  • Necessity, Analyticity, and the A priori, 10–11 June – Sam Roberts
  • The Philosophy of Clark Glymour, 13–15 June – Matthias Unterhuber & Alexander Gebharter
  • Theory and Application of Formal Argumentation, 3–4 August – Sanjay Modgil
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 8: August 2013
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  • Editorial – David Corfield
  • Interview with Minhyong Kim – David Corfield
  • One’s modus ponens is another’s modus tollens: Why the argument from zombies against physicalism is question-begging – Moti Mizrahi
  • Normative (Dis)Unity: Reply to Stephen Ingram – Mathieu Beirlaen
  • Speech Acts and Arguments, 18 May – Katarzyna Budzynska, Magdalena Kacprzak & Marcin Koszowy
  • Heuristic Reasoning Workshop, 13–15 June – Emiliano Ippoliti
  • International Network for Economic Method, 13–15 June – Melissa Vergara Fernandez & Thomas Wells
  • Causality and Experimentation in the Sciences, 1–3 July – Toby Friend
  • Games and Decisions, 8–10 July – Rossella Marrano
  • New Perspectives on External World Scepticism, 9–10 July – Luca Moretti
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 7: July 2013
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  • Editorial – Benjamin Bewersdorf & Corina Strößner
  • Interview with Wolfgang Spohn – Benjamin Bewersdorf & Corina Strößner
  • Belief First – Franz Huber
  • Fraud in academic medical research: Lessons from Flanders, Belgium – Jan De Winter & Laszlo Kosolosky
  • Emergence of Consciousness, 9 May – Janet Gibbs
  • Truth and Paradox, 24–25 May – Catrin Campbell-Moore & Thomas Schindler
  • Formal Epistemology Festival, 2–5 June – Corina Strößner
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 6: June 2013
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  • Editorial – Albert J.J. Anglberger
  • Interview with Stephan Hartmann – Albert J.J. Anglberger
  • On the Cause of the Unsatisfied Paradox – Martin Cooke
  • Two concepts of completing an infinite number of tasks – Jeremy Gwiazda
  • The Analysis of Theoretical Terms, 3–5 April – Radin Dardashti
  • Models and Decisions, 10–12 April – Dominik Klein
  • Mathematising Science, 16–17 May – Maria Serban
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 5: May 2013
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  • Editorial – Georg Schiemer
  • Interview with Michael Friedman – Georg Schiemer
  • Yes, Ethical Relativism is Self-Stultifying! – Andrew J Turner
  • Satisfiable and unsatisfied paradoxes: how closely related? – Laureano Luna
  • Amsterdam Workshop on Truth, 13–15 March – Cian Chartier
  • Logic, Knowledge and Language, 14–15 March – Bruno Leclercq
  • Philosophy of Information, 27–28 March – Penny Driscoll
  • Thinking and Rationality, 29 March–7 April – Walter Carnielli, Juliana Bueno-Soler & Marcelo Coniglio
  • Collective Decision Making, 11–12 April – Justin Kruger
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 4: April 2013
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  • Editorial – Mary Leng
  • Interview with Guo Guichun and Liu Jie – Mary Leng
  • Reasoning and Normative Unity – Stephen Ingram
  • The Liar Paradox – Martin Cooke
  • Honorary Doctorate for John Perry – Lara Kirfel
  • Syntactical Treatment of Modalities, 6 February – Lorenz Demey & Jan Heylen
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 3: March 2013
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  • Editorial – Phyllis Illari
  • Interview with Dan Hutto – Phyllis Illari
  • Intensional objects are extensional counterparts? – Hartley Slater
  • E does not equal K – Michael Shaffer
  • Launch of the Society for the Philosophy of Information – Patrick Allo
  • How much risk ought we to take? Workshop on Risk and Acceptability, December 8-9 – Fabian Schuppert
  • Arctic Workshop on Measurement in Economics, 14–15 December – Alessandra Basso & Caterina Marchionni
  • Paris-Munich Workshop in Formal Philosophy, 7–8 February – Cedric Paternotte & Johannes Stern
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 2: February 2013
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  • Editorial – Katie Steele
  • Interview with Dave Stainforth – Katie Steele
  • Is Ethical Relativism Self-Stultifying? – Majid Amini
  • The Contextual Theory of Scientific Understanding: A Rejoinder to Erik Weber – Henk W. de Regt
  • Epistemic Groups and Collaborative Research in Science, 17–19 December – Thomas Boyer & Cyrille Imbert
  • Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge, 7–9 January – Burkhard C. Schipper
  • Aims and Norms, 18 January – Javier Gonzalez de Prado Salas
  • Logic and Rational Interaction – Dominik Klein
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni

Volume 7, Number 1: January 2013
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  • Editorial – Mary Leng
  • Interview with Mateja Jamnik – Mary Leng
  • Belief Revision, Uniqueness, and the Equal Weight View – Michele Palmira
  • More Intuition Mongering – Moti Mizrahi
  • Alternatives, Belief and Action, 15–16 November – Sergi Rosell
  • Intentions: Philosophical and Empirical Issues, 29–30 November – Fabio Paglieri
  • Models and Mechanisms, 6–7 December – Elizabeth Irvine & Matteo Colombo
  • Belief Change in Social Context, 14–15 December – Rob Carrington
  • Uncertain Reasoning – Hykel Hosni
  • Epistemic Utility Theory – Richard Pettigrew