The International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics and Formal Philosophy (LLFP) was founded on April 16, 2018 based on the results of the project competition for creating international laboratories at the Higher School of Economics for the period from April 2018 to December 2020.
This year, LLFP is working on the project entitled ‘Formal Epistemology, Logics and Pragmatics of Agency in Rational Interactions’.
LLFP is an interdisciplinary centre of cooperation, where researchers in logic and linguistics come together to apply formal methods to solve conceptual problems, as well as develop integrative approaches, which can address key issues related to classical philosophy, such as truth, knowledge, substantiation, rationality and normativity.
LLFP includes three research groups:
- Logics and Formal Philosophy Group;
- Analytic Metaphysics, Philosophy of Logics, and Philosophy of Mathematics Group;
- Theoretical Linguistics and Philosophy of Language Group.
On 15 May, "Constructive Knowledge - 9: neural networks as a black box" Workshop was held in Institute of PhilosophyRussian Academy of Sciences.
On 25 April research fellows of the International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics and Formal Philosophy made reports on sessions "The philosophy of P.F. Strawson" and "Neurosciences and moral responsibility: neuroethics perspectives".
Elena Dragalina-Chernaya Made a Report at the Conference Dedicated to the Formal Methods of Philosophy
Elena Dragalina-Chernaya gave a plenary contributed talk "The Variety of Logical Hylomorphism" at the conference Formal Methods and Science in Philosophy III, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Junior research fellow, Denis Fedyanin, participated in a XX April International Academic Conference.
Research assistants of the International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics and Formal Philosophy made reports within the Logic subsection of the "Lomonosov-2019" Conference.
Vitaliy Dolgorukov made the report "Irony, Deception and Lying: an Epistemic Taxonomy for Assertions" at a scientific seminar of research group LangCog (Language, Mind and Cognition) of University of Lisbon.
The article "Analytic philosophy as a historico-philosophical phenomenon" by Lolita Makeeva has been published in Philosophy Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1.
Andrei Rodin made a presentation at the Third Tübingen Conference on Proof-Theoretic Semantics.
The article "Instability and Contraction" by chief research fellow of LLFP has been published in Journal of Philosophical Logic (2019. Vol. 48. № 1).