AUC Logic Lectures: Katrin Schulz on Paradoxes
When we encounter paradoxes, we apply a specific method to overcome them: Logical Analysis. I will argue in my talk that this method is a very useful tool to have in your toolbox, no matter what your particular academic discipline is. We will practice this method studying logical paradoxes and see the power of this method in broadening our understanding of paradoxes and logic in general. But can we overcome the logical paradoxes? Well, lets try.
|Speaker:||Dr. Katrin Schulz is assistant professor in Logic at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. Her research is situated at the Institute of Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC). At the moment, Dr. Schulz's research focusses on the interaction between conditional sentences and causality, and possible consequences for cognition. Read her full staff profile here.|
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