|The Prague International Colloquium organized by The Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the Philosophy, Probability, and Modeling research group at the University of Konstanz was held from August 23 to 26 in Prague at the Centre for Higher Education Studies, U Luzickeho seminare 13, Prague, Czech Republic
The Colloquium continued the series of annual international meetings organized in Prague by the Department of Logic of the Institute of Philosophy. This colloquium was devoted to philosophical problems related to Dutch Books of all types, including synchronic and diachronic, and their relation to the justification of probability theory as a model of rational opinion.
Programme of the colloquium
|The workshop was co-sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and the Program for the Investment in the Future (ZIP) of the German Government.
The invited speakers of the colloquium were Brad Armendt (Arizona State University), Colin Howson (London School of Economics), James M. Joyce (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Peter Milne (Edinburgh) and Brian Weatherson (Cornell).
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