year's annual Beth Lecturer & Vienna
Circle Lecturer is Michael Friedman (Bloomington
& Stanford), a well-known philosopher of science and historian
of philosophy with special interests in Kant and the Vienna
Circle. He will speak about his new book "The Dynamics
of Reason" which brings together insights on scientific
progress from Carnap and Kuhn, in a Kant-inspired perspective.
On this occasion, the Institute of Logic, Language
and Computation organize, as one of its special events,
an afternoon program on rational decision and action.
Further speakers are Boudewijn de Bruin, Henk de Regt, Jan-Willem
Romeyn, Rens Bod, and Johan van Benthem.
You are very welcome to attend the talks and the informal
social gathering afterwards.