Workshop: Computational Methods in Philosophy
Recently, computational methods have become an important tool in philosophy of science, epistemology, and value theory. For example, computer simulations have been used to address several central philosophical topics including (1) the evolution of language, (2) paradigm shifts and discovery within scientific communities, (3) the emergence of social norms and morality, and more. In this event, we plan to showcase research by current faculty, students, and visitors at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP) who employ computational methods. We also hope to stimulate interest in the methodology of such computational methods and to encourage collaboration among philosophers and scientists working in this area.
Further Information (Schedule, Program) can be found on the Computational Methods in Philosophy Website.