IP Seminar: ProbPropCond
Programme 2014/15: Propensities and Statistics

5.15pm, Room 243, second floor, Senate House, WC1


Autumn 2014

Tue 30 Sep
Donald Gillies, University College London
Causality, Propensity, and Simpson’s Paradox

Tue 21 Oct
Paul Humphreys, University of Virginia
Propensities and Statistical Models

Tue 18 Nov
Jon Williamson, University of Kent
The Principal Principle Implies the Principle of Indifference

Tue 16 Dec
Isabelle Drouet, University of Paris I / Sorbonne
Propensities and Conditional Probabilities


Spring 2015

Tue 20 January (exceptionally at 6pm)
Hugh Mellor, University of Cambridge
Propensities and Chances

Tue 24 Feb
Elizabeth Miller, University of Birmingham
Two Notions of Holism

Thurs 26 March (exceptionally on a Thursday)
Alison Fernandes, Columbia University
Propensities for Agent-Based Accounts of Causation

Wed 22 April (exceptionally on a Wednesday at 6pm in room 246)
Joseph Berkovitz, University of Toronto
What are Long-run Propensities?


Summer 2015

Wed 20 May (exceptionally on a Wednesday)
Alan Hájek, Australian National University (ANU)
A Puzzle about Partial Belief


Admission Free. All Welcome.

Convener: Mauricio Suárez (Mauricio.Suarez@sas.ac.uk)


Sponsored and Funded by the European Commission under a personal Marie-Curie grant to Prof. Dr. Mauricio Suárez (Complutense University of Madrid): Project number: 329430 “ProbPropCond” FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IEF