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Illustration for news: Elena Dragalina-Chernaya's article was published in the series "Studies in Universal Logic" by Birkhäuser publishing house

Elena Dragalina-Chernaya's article was published in the series "Studies in Universal Logic" by Birkhäuser publishing house

Elena Dragalina-Chernaya's article "Logical Hylomorphism Revisited: Aristotle, Tarski, and Corcoran" was published in the monograph "Universal Logic, Ethics, and Truths in Honor of John Corcoran (1937-2021)" within the series Studies in Universal Logic by Birkhäuser publishing house.

Illustration for news: Vitaly Dolgorukov and Maxim Gladyshev's joint article is published in the proceedings of AAMAS'24

Vitaly Dolgorukov and Maxim Gladyshev's joint article is published in the proceedings of AAMAS'24

An article by Vitaly Dolgorukov, Rustam Galimullin and Maxim Gladyshev «Dynamic Epistemic Agents Logic of Resource Bounded Information Mining» was published in ««Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 24» (AAMAS) conference proceedings. The AAMAS is the largest and most influential conference in the field of multi-agent system modeling and is on the CORE Computer Science Conference Rankings list of A+.

Elena Dragalina-Chernaya and Lolita Makeyeva made presentations at the International Kant Congress

Prof Elena Dragalina-Chernaya made a presentation on the topic of "Logic as Formal Philosophy: from Kant to Frege and Husserl", and Lolita Makeeva made a presentation "Kant, Putnam's Inner Realism and Metaphysics" at the International Kant Congress "The World Concept of Philosophy", which was held at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University from April 22 to 25.

Illustration for news: Natalia Timina and Ivan Melnikov made presentations at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View"

Natalia Timina and Ivan Melnikov made presentations at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View"

Natalia Timina and Ivan Melnikov, 4th year students of the Higher School of Economics, made presentations on the topic "A Geometric Approach to Epistemic Problems" and "Building a Secure Data Exchange Protocol during the "Russian Card Game"" at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View", which took place on April 19.




Illustration for news: Igor Zaitsev gave a talk on the topic of "Subordinated labelled natural calculus for conditional intuitionistic logics with two independent counterfactual connectives"

Igor Zaitsev gave a talk on the topic of "Subordinated labelled natural calculus for conditional intuitionistic logics with two independent counterfactual connectives"

On April 5 and 12, two consequitive meetings of the research workshop "From the Logical Point of View" were held, at which Igor Zaitsev (RSUH) made a presentation on the topic of "Subordinated labelled natural calculus for conditional intuitionistic logics with two independent counterfactual connectives".


Illustration for news: 'The Teams Engaged in The New Projects Have Every Opportunity to Achieve Exceptional Scientific Outcomes'

'The Teams Engaged in The New Projects Have Every Opportunity to Achieve Exceptional Scientific Outcomes'

HSE University has announced the results of the first Competition of Joint Basic Research Projects 'International Academic Cooperation' held from December 11, 2023, to April 8, 2024. Highly successful research teams at HSE University, having extensive experience in collaborating with international partners, took part in the competition. A total of 25 applications were submitted from departments across HSE University's campuses.

Illustration for news: The joint project of the IL LogLinFF and the research team of the State University of Campinas (Brazil) among the winners of the competition of joint fundamental scientific projects "International Academic Cooperation"

The joint project of the IL LogLinFF and the research team of the State University of Campinas (Brazil) among the winners of the competition of joint fundamental scientific projects "International Academic Cooperation"

The results of the competition of joint fundamental scientific projects "International Academic Cooperation" of the National Research University "Higher School of Economics" have been summed up.

Illustration for news: A series of articles on the topic of teaching logic has been published

A series of articles on the topic of teaching logic has been published

A series of articles on the topic of teaching logic has been published in the journal "Philosophy. The Journal of the Higher School of Philosophy" under the general editorship of Angelina Bobrova and Elena Dragalina-Chernaya.

Kruglov A. N. (2024). Teaching logic: A Historical Perspective. Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 17-28. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-17-28 (In Russian)
 
Dragalina-Chernaya E. G. (2024). Logic As A Formal Philosophy And The Art of A Conceptual Design. Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 29-41. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-29-41 (In Russian)
 
Bobrova A. S. (2024). Practical Logic: The Return of The Forgotten?. Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 42-53. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-42-53  (In Russian)
 
Sorina G. V. (2024). Logical And Methodological Foundations of Teaching Humanities. Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 54-66. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-54-66 (In Russian)
 
Lisanyuk E. N. (2024). Demonstrative Arguments In The logic of Eliminating One Legal Conflict: On The Example Of The Case "Women And the Jury Trial". Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 67-80. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-67-80 (In Russian)

Bazhanov V. A. (2024). Is It Possible To Assert The Existence Of A Correlation Between Politics And Logic? Philosophy Journal of the Higher School of Economics, 8(1), 81-95. https://doi.org/10.17323/2587-8719-2024-1-81-95 (In Russian)

Illustration for news: Georgiy Filatov and Maxim Evstigneev gave a joint talk at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View"

Georgiy Filatov and Maxim Evstigneev gave a joint talk at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View"

Georgiy Filatov and Maxim Evstigneev gave a joint talk entitled "Three Metaphors of Analysis in the Works of G. Ryle, L. Wittgenstein, P. F. Strawson" at the workshop "From the Logical Point of View", which took place on March 22.

Abstract

The talk is aimed to uncover the concept of "analysis" in the philosophy of three classics of "analytical philosophy": G. Ryle, L. Wittgenstein,  P. F. Strawson.We consider this concept from, perhaps, a somewhat unexpected angle. We are not interested in the doctrine of philosophical analysis itself in the works of these philosophers, but rather in the unpacking of which metaphors it is explained.Thus, the analysis is compared with the construction of a concept map, the compilation of a grammar textbook and psychoanalytic or psychotherapy. The first metaphor belongs primarily to Ryle, the second to Strawson, and the third to Wittgenstein. Although, in one way or another each of the authors addresses all three of them. During our joint presentation we are going show how the unpacking of these metaphors results in three philosophical projects that differ in technique, style and purpose.The report is based on the results of our work in the project group "Philosophy of Metaphors and Metaphors in Philosophy" (https://phc.hse.ru/metaphor /).

Illustration for news: Arsen Volskiy gave a talk on the topic of "The Concept of Modality in the Context of Lukasiewicz's Three-Valued Logic"

Arsen Volskiy gave a talk on the topic of "The Concept of Modality in the Context of Lukasiewicz's Three-Valued Logic"

A research workshop "From the Logical Point of View" was held on March 15. Arsen Volskiy (a student of NSU) made a presentation on "The Concept of Modality in the Context of Lukasiewicz's Three-Valued Logic". 

Abstract

Jan Lukasiewicz is a well-known Polish logician, considered to be one of the first major researchers in the field of many-valued logic. In this regard, perhaps the most significant work is his article “Philosophical Remarks on Many-Valued Systems of Propositional Logic” wherein he formulates the concept of “possible” as a third truth value. I am going to talk about the logical system that Lukasiewicz is building as well as the motivations that lead him to this concept.