workshop Non–classical epistemic logics

Prague Workshop on Non–classical epistemic logics

Prague Workshop on Non–classical epistemic logics

June 14-15, 2012

organized by

the Department of Logic,  Institute of Philosophy ASCR, Prague, 


the Department of Logic,  Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague



The workshop is focused on alternative approaches to epistemic logics with special attention to systems based on justification, dynamic  and substructural logics.


Sergej Artemov (The City University of New York, Moscow State University)
Alexandru Baltag (ILLC Amsterdam)
Michael Dunn (Indiana University Bloomington)
Ole Hjortland (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität  München)
Olivier Roy (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson (University of Groningen)
Igor Sedlár (Comenius University Bratislava, Institute of Philosophy SAS)
Sonja Smets (ILLC Amsterdam)

Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Jilská 1, Praha 1, lecture hall.


Thursday, June 14

10.00/11.30 Michael Dunn: Contradictory Information - Better Than Nothing
 coffee break
Ole Hjortland, Olivier Roy: Dynamic Consequences for Lexicographic Update

Sonja Smets: Playing for "Knowledge"
 coffee break
Alexandru Baltag: The Dynamic Logic of Justified Belief, Sound Evidence and Defeasible Knowledge

Friday, June 15

09.30/11.00 Sergej Artemov: Multiplicity of Common Knowledge 
 coffee break 
11.00/12.30 Marta Bílková: Substructural agents

14.00/15.30 Igor Sedlár: A Substructural Approach to Epistemic Logic
 coffee break
15.30/17.00 Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson: Dualising on Implicit and Explicit Knowledge
17.00/18.00 Petr Švarný: Russian ’Facebook’ problem

Organizers: Marta Bílková, Petra Ivaničová, Ondrej Majer, and Michal Peliš

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