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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: "Acting Right", 14 Sep 2012, Gent , BELGIUM

http://www.philosophy.ugent.be/NGA

Description:

Acting Right is a one-day workshop on (relations between) norms, games and actions organized at 
the Ghent University Faculty of Arts and Humanities by the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of 
Science. Specific topics discussed during the workshop include: (defeasible) deontic logic, 
logics of action, game theoretical approaches to normative reasoning and logical approaches to 
planning.

Speakers:

Jan Broersen (Utrecht): An Analysis of Moral Luck in Probabilistic Deontic stit Logic Allard 
Tamminga (Groningen/Oldenburg): Conditionals in Multi-agent Deontic Action Logic Paolo Turrini 
(Luxembourg): Deontic Logic and Fair Play Mathieu Beirlaen (Ghent): Planning ahead: an Adaptive 
Approach Joke Meheus & Christian Strasser (Ghent): Acting Right in the Face of Conflicts. 
Reflection-Guided Reasoning versus Action-Guided Reasoning

Organization:

CLPS (Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science), Ghent University 
http://logica.ugent.be/centrum

See the website (http://www.philosophy.ugent.be/NGA) for details and registration.