Logic, Games and Philosophy:
Prague , September 28 - October 1, 2004
Games, like logics, are tools for investigating the world, language, and their relationship. Semantic, dialogic, evolutionary, interrogative, argumentative, and pragmatic methods have been included into the toolkit. Following the recent increase in investment on games and game-theoretic methods in logic, language, computation and communication, we still need a better understanding of the possibilities of forming converging methodologies underlying these diverse contemporary currents.
The purpose of the Prague International Colloquium on Logic, Games and Philosophy: Foundational Perspectives was to explore the interfaces between logic and games with the eye on philosophical, methodological and foundational issues.