Learning From Experience & Defeasible Reasoning
University of Toronto, May 11-13, 2010
This is the third of three small, thematically focused events in
formal epistemology, organized by Franz Huber (Konstanz), Eric Swanson
(Michigan), and Jonathan Weisberg (Toronto). This year's festivities
coincide with the 30th anniversary of Ray Reiter’s "A Logic for
Default Reasoning" and the 15th anniversary of John Pollock’s
Cognitive Carpentry. The event is dedicated to the memory of John
Pollock. Confirmed participants include Thony Gillies, John Horty,
Mohan Matthen, Jim Pryor, Susanna Siegel, and Scott Sturgeon.
We welcome submissions of papers on topics related to learning from
experience, defeasible reasoning, or both. Please send a pdf prepared
for blind reviewing to FEF3@utoronto.ca.
The conference website is http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/~
Some funding for travel expenses may become available.
Deadline for submissions: February 28, 2010.
Notification of acceptances: March 21, 2010