Some news on upcoming presentations by team members: Having barely started, Singa will already present some of her ideas on the Is-Ought Gap in a talk on Hume’s Law under Different Mathematical Guises at the GAP PhD-student workshop 2019 on Mathematical Philosophy in Munich. Moreover, Martin will be explaining What Time is it in Other Possible Worlds in Nantes at a workshop on Correlating Possibilities.
I am happy to report that I have a new paper forthcoming in a volume for Kit Fine in the Springer series Outstanding Contributions to Logic, edited by Federico Faroldi and Frederik van de Putte. It is called The Whole Truth, and a penultimate version is available here.
We are delighted to announce that Singa Behrens will be joining our team as a PhD researcher, with a planned start date of 1 August. Singa’s current and recent research is focused, among other things, on the grounds of normative facts, and the question of the logical and metaphysical autonomy of the normative realm. We are very happy to have her on board!
Very pleased that my paper Ground-theoretic Equivalence has been accepted for publication in Synthese! The penultimate version is available for download from the publications page.
We are delighted to announce a conference on truthmaker semantics and its applications in philosophy and linguistics that we will organize together with Kit Fine. The conference will take place July 29-31, 2019 at the University of Hamburg. Keynote speakers are Steve Yablo, Friederike Moltmann, Mark Jago, Daniel Rothschild and Louis deRosset. More information, including the conference programme as well as abstracts for the keynotes, can be found here.
In the week before the conference, there will also be a Summer School on the topic of Truthmaker Semantics taught by Kit Fine, Mark Jago, Friederike Moltmann, Johannes Korbmacher, and Stephan Krämer. The Summer School is organized by the Phlox Research Group. More information is available at https://hamburgersommerkurs.wordpress.com.
We are pleased to announce that video recordings are now available of some of the talks from our recent first RelEvent — a workshop on Varieties of Relevance. Click here to see talks by Gerhard Schurz on Relevance in the Theory of Confirmation and by Hannes Leitgeb on Relevance: Semantics, Logic, and the Logic of Belief. Thanks to the Lecture2Go team at the University of Hamburg for providing these!