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Computational Modeling in Philosophy


Computational models are an increasingly important tool in philosophy. They find application in diverse domains such as philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, political philosophy, and social epistemology. This conference aims to foster an exchange among leading researchers in the field concerning the foundations and applications of computational modeling within philosophy and beyond. Keynote Speakers are: Remco Heesen, University of Cambridge, Johannes Marx, University of Bamberg, Cailin O’Connor, University of California, Irvine

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Call for papers

We invite the submission of a short abstract of 100 words and an extended abstract of roughly 750 – 1000 words (prepared as a PDF document) via the conference’s easyChair submission page no later than 1 April 2018. Potential topics include but are not limited to: Belief and opinion dynamics, the emergence of norms, philosophy of science of computational modeling, emergence and complexity, social epistemology, dynamics of social systems.

Fees and Registration

The conference fee is 50€ and 30€ for students.
The fee does not include the conference dinner. If you want to participate on a Dutch-treat basis please mention it in your registration message.
The fee is payable with credit cards (VISA and AMEX) and in cash when you register at the conference.

To register please send a message to simon.scheller@lrz.uni-muenchen.de . Please say whether you plan to attend the conference dinner or not, to make sure you are included in the reservation.

Dates and Deadines

Submission Deadline: April 1, 2018
Conference: June 22-23, 2018

Discussion

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