the progic series
Workshops on Combining Probability and Logic

progic 2015: The Seventh Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
Special focus: formal epistemology and inductive logic
University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 22-24 April 2015
Preceded by: Spring School on Combining Probability and Logic, 20-21 April 2015

progic 2013: The Sixth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
Special focus: Combining probability and logic to solve philosophical problems
Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung, Munich, Germany, 17-18 September 2013
A special issue of the Journal of Applied Logic will be devoted to the themes of the workshop

progic 2011: The Fifth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
In honour of Haim Gaifman's work on the intersection of probability and logic
Columbia University, New York, US, 10-11 September 2011

A special issue of the Journal of Applied Logic 11(4), 2013, was devoted to the themes of the workshop

progic 2009: The Fourth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
Special focus: new approaches to rationality in decision making
University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 17-18 September 2009

progic 2007: The Third Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
Special focus: probabilistic logics and probabilistic networks
University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 5-7 September 2007
A special issue of the Journal of Applied Logic 7(2), 2009, was devoted to the themes of the workshop

progic 2005: The Second Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
Special focus: objective Bayesianism
London School of Economics, London, UK, 6-8 July 2005
A special issue of the Journal of Logic, Language and Information 15(1-2), 2006, was devoted to the themes of the workshop

progic 2002: The First Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
King's College London, UK, 4-6 November 2002
A special issue of the Journal of Applied Logic 1(3-4), 2003, was devoted to the themes of the workshop

 

STEERING COMMITTEE

Niki Pfeifer: Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
Jan-Willem Romeijn: Department of Philosophy, University of Groningen
Gregory Wheeler: Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
Jon Williamson: Department of Philosophy & Centre for Reasoning, University of Kent