PRW 2017 accepted papers

QuestPro@PRW 2017, 4-5 July 2017


Contributed talks

  • Farshad Badie, On Predication of Conceptions Relying on Bruner’s Constructivist Theory of Learning
  • Moritz Cordes, Semantic Approaches to Questions and Pragmatised Languages
  • Ahmet Kilinc, Sirin Yilmaz, Investigation of the soundness of teachers’ questions using inferential erotetic logic
  • Christos Kyriacou, Expressivism, Question Substitution and Evolutionary Debunking
  • Paweł Łupkowski, Erotetic Decomposition Principle and Paraphrasing Questions
  • Michal Peliš, Paweł Łupkowski, Ondrej Majer, Mariusz Urbański, (Dynamic)Epistemic interpretation of Erotetic Search Scenarios
  • Pawel Świeczka, Application of e-scenarios for investigation and formalisation reasoning’s included in Summa theologica by st. T. Aquinas

SES@PRW 2017, 6-7 July 2017


  • Iris van Rooij (Radboud University and Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, Nijmegen, The Netherlands): The tractability fallacy of bounded or ecological rationality [abstract]
  • Patricia Rich (Philosophy, Hamburg University, Germany):  [abstract]

Contributed papers

  • Michel Dufour, The fate of fallacies: The Port-Royal turn
  • Benjamin Eva, Bayesian Argumentation and the Value of Logical Validity
  • Martin Hinton, Fallacies of Language
  • Ulf Hlobil, Choosing Your Nonmonotonic Logic: A Shopper’s Guide
  • John Huss, Informal Fallacies as Hidden Heuristics: How Much Depends Upon a Dual-Process Model of Cognition?
  • Marcin Lewiński, Disagreement, misunderstanding and the straw man fallacy: The good, the bad and the ugly in argumentation
  • Yong Lu, Risk-Averse or Risk-Seeking? The Influence of Loss in Preference Reversal
  • Tomáš Ondráček, Critical discussions, Ought-propositions, and Is-propositions
  • Jerzy Pogonowski, Mathematical Mistakes
  • Iris van de Pol , Reasoning about Referential Language Games in Dynamic Epistemic Logic