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A Symposium on the Occasion of Patrick Suppes' 90th Birthday


Date Speaker Videos
Friday, March 9, 2012 Michael Friedman,
Stanford University

"Suppes on Science and Philosophy" [PDF]

Part I (10:06 min.)
Part II (10:05 min.)
Part III (13:01 min.)
Q&A (14:39 min.)

Paul Humphreys, University of Virginia

"Models of Data' Fifty Years On" [PDF]

Part I (7:32 min.)
Part II (8:32 min.)
Q&A (2:51)

Stephan Hartmann, Tilburg University

"Imprecise Probabilities in Quantum Mechanics" [PDF]

Part I (9:47 min.)
Part II (6:46 min.)
Q&A (6:44 min.)

Tom Ryckman,
Stanford University

"Structure, the Whole Structure, and not Nothing But the Structure" [PDF]

Entire Lecture (14:43 min.)
Q&A (8:08 min.)

George Smith,
Tufts University
"Indirect Measurement as Evidence" [PDF]

Part I (12:03 min.)
Part II (12:26 min.)
Q&A (3:16 min.)


Saturday, March 10, 2012 Duncan Luce,
University of California, Irvine

"The Incompleteness of Hölder's Theorem During Most of The 20th Century" [PDF]

Part I (13:02 min.)
Part II (6:50 min.)
Q&A (4:16 min.)

Jean Claude Falmagne, University of California, Irvine

“Deriving scientific or geometric laws from thought experiments, via meaningfulness, with an application to the Pythagorean Theorem” [PDF]

Entire Lecture (14:02 min.)
Q&A (1:24 min.)

Brian Skyrms,
University of California, Irvine

"Reinforcement Learning in Signaling Games" [PDF]

Part I (10:01 min.)
Part II (7:31 min.)
Q&A (1:36 min.)

Hannes Leitgeb,
Ludwig- Maximilians, Universität München
"Belief as Qualitative Probability" [PDF]

Part I (13:03 min.)
Part II (12:15 min.)
Q&A (3:28 min.)
Adolfo García de la Sienra,
Universidad Veracruzana

“Representational Measurement In Economics” [PDF]

Part I (10:02 min.)
Part II (11:38 min.)

Russell Hardin,
New York University

“Mirroring and Interpersonal Values"

Entire Lecture (10:49 min.)
Q&A (11:07 min.)

Kenneth Arrow,
Stanford University

"The Economic System as Trade in Information."

Part I (10:03 min.)
Part II (11:45 min.)
Q&A (6:06 min.)

Jens-Erik Fenstad, University of Oslo

“On What There Is ‐ Infinitesimals and the Nature of Numbers”

Part I (10:03 min.)
Part II (12:34 min.)
Q&A (5:34 min.)

Harvey Friedman,
Ohio State University

“Are the Usual Axioms Sufficient?” [PDF]

Part I (11:10 min.)
Part II (8:35 min.)
Q&A (3:40 min.)

Dana Scott,
Carnegie Mellon University

“Turing, Church, and the Entscheidungsproblem” [PDF]

Part I (10:01 min.)
Part II (13:49 min.)

Jaakko Hintikka,
Boston University

"There Is No Set Theory, but There are Set-theoretical Problems" [PDF]

Part I (9:02 min.)
Part II (10:17 min.)

Colleen Crangle, Converspeech LLC “Semantics and the Brain” [PDF]

Part I (6:33 min.)
Part II (12:17 min.)
Q&A (2:28 min.)
Elizabeth Loftus, University of California, Irvine “Illusions Of Memory” [PDF]

Part I (10:22 min.)
Part II (10:59 min.)
Anne Fagot-Largeault, University of California, Irvine

“The Psychiatrist's Dilemmas” [PDF]

Entire Lecture (14:25 min.)

Marcos Perreau-Guimaraes,
Stanford University

“Language and the Brain: 15 years of the Suppes Brain Lab." [PDF]

Part I (10:05 min.)
Part II (10:43 min.)


Acacio de Barros, Stanford University No Video Available

“Behavioral Response Selection Using Neural Phase Oscillators” [PDF]

Rui Wang,
Stanford University
No Video Available “Using Phase to Recognize Phonemes in the Brain” [PDF]
Claudio Carvalhaes, Stanford University

"Using the Scalp Electric Field to Recognize EEG Signals" [PDF]

Part I (15:00 min.)
Part II (5:55 min.)



Sunday, March 11, 2012 Stanley Peters,
Stanford University

“Interpreting Quantified Noun Phrases in Doubly Extended Relation Algebras” [PDF]

Part I (8:02 min.)
Part II (9:00 min.)
Q&A (7:38 min.)

Dan Flickinger,
Stanford University

"Using Paraphrases in Grammar-based Semantic Equivalence Tests" [PDF

Part I (14:59 min.)
Part II (1:47 min.)
Q&A (5:24 min.)

Wilhelm Levelt,
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

“From Rousseau to Suppes: On Diaries and Probabilistic Grammars” [PDF]

Part I (10:00 min.)
Part II (10:43 min.)

Dagfinn Føllesdal, Stanford University

"Patrick Suppes’ Main Contributions to The Philosophy of Language” [PDF]

Part I (9:57 min.)
Part II (5:56 min.)
Q&A (1:47 min.)

Nancy Cartwright, University of California, San Diego

“Evidence And the Demands of Rigor” [PDF]

Part I (15:01 min.)
Part II (5:15 min.)
Part III (4:36 min.)
Q&A (14:00 min.)

 

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