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Institute of Philosophy
Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös University
Address: Múzeum krt. 4/i, Budapest

October Program

6 October (Wednesday) 5:00 PM Room 226

Zalán Gyenis* (speaker) and Miklós Rédei**
* Mathematics, CEU, Budapest
** Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, LSE, London

Közös ok-zárt valószínűségi terek karakterizációja
(Characterization of common cause closed probability spaces)

13 October (Wednesday) 5:00 PM Room 226

Gábor Hofer-Szabó
Institute for Communication and Cultural Studies
King Sigismund College, Budapest
Department of Logic, Institute of Philosophy, Eötvös University, Budapest

Common causal explanations and the Bell inequalities

20 October (Wednesday) 5:00 PM Room 226

Hanoch Ben-Yami
Department of Philosophy, Central European University, Budapest

How to Bind Donkeys: On Conditional Donkey Anaphora

27 October (Wednesday) 5:00 PM Room 226

Márton Gömöri
Department of Logic, Institute of Philosophy, Eötvös University, Budapest

Létezik-e klasszikus leírása a ,,töltött részecskék + elektromágneses mező”
csatolt rendszernek?
(Is there a classical description of the coupled system of "charged particles
+ electromagnetic field"?)

Abstracts and printable program (poster) are available from the web
site of the Forum:
(Please feel free to post the program in your institution!)

The Forum is open to everyone, including students, visitors, and faculty
members from all departments and institutes! Format: 60 minute lecture,
coffee break, 60 minute discussion.

The organizer of the Forum: László E. Szabó
(leszabo AT

L a s z l o E. S z a b o
Professor of Philosophy

  • [Fizinfo] Theoretical Philosophy Forum, October, Laszlo E. Szabo, 09/29/2010

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