Theoretical Philosophy Forum, May

Laszlo E. Szabo leszabo at philosophy.elte.hu
Tue Apr 24 03:38:19 CEST 2007


THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY FORUM
Institute of Philosophy
Faculty of Humanities, Eotvos University
Room 208  Monday 4:00 PM   Puskin u. 3, Budapest
Web site: http://philosophy.elte.hu/tpf

Program: May

7 May

There will be no seminar session! Reason:

Bruno Latour

Making Things Public: A New Space for Democracy?

5:30pm, Popper Room
CEU (Nador u. 9)

For further details, see: http://www.ceu.hu/news_events.jsp


14 May 4:00 PM  Room 208 (Puskin u. 3)

Tihamer Margitay
Department of Philosophy and History of Science
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Hogyan lehetseges szabadsag? Egy masfajta kompatibilizmus
(How is freedom possible? Another kind of compatibilism)

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/tpf/2007/May/#2


21 May 4:00 PM  Room 208 (Puskin u. 3)

Hajnal Andreka & Istvan Nemeti
Algebraic Logic, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest

Relativistic computing and the Turing barrier

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/tpf/2007/May/#3


28 May 4:00 PM  Room 208 (Puskin u. 3)

Marta Bilkova
Department of Logic, Charles University, Prague

Modal logic in computer science

Abstract: http://philosophy.elte.hu/tpf/2007/May/#4

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The Forum is open to everyone, including students,visitors, and faculty
members from all departments and institutes!

Format: 60 minute lecture, 10 minute coffee break, followed by a 30-60
minute discussion. The language of presentation is English or Hungarian.

A printable poster is available from here:
http://philosophy.elte.hu/tpf/2007/May/poster.pdf
Please feel free to post it in your institution!

The organizer of the Forum: Laszlo E. Szabo
(leszabo at philosophy.elte.hu)

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L a s z l o   E.   S z a b o
Theoretical Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Eotvos University, Budapest
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