CRC 991

Talks & Posters B04



Ioannis Votsis. Intelligence as Portability in Problem-Solving. Talk given at  International Association for Computing and Philosophy 2014, Thessaloniki, Greece. 

Ioannis Votsis. Veridical Perception and Observation. Keynote lecture given at the Experience and Reality conference, Catholic University in Ružomberok, Slovakia. 

Ioannis Votsis. The Metaphysical Status of Logical Principles. Talk given at  Aspects and Prospects of Realism in the Philosophy of Science and Mathematics, University of Athens. 


Ioannis Votsis. An Inferentialist Account of Confirmation. Talk given at the  Inferentialism in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science workshop, University of Madrid. 

Ioannis Votsis. Logic as Ultra-Physics. Talk given at California State University Los Angeles. 

Ioannis Votsis. Positivism in the 21st Century. Graduate seminar at the University of California Davis. 

Ioannis Votsis. Empiricism Unchained. Talk given at Bay Area Philosophy of Science, San Francisco State University. 

Ioannis Votsis. Science with Artificially Intelligent Agents. Talk given at the  2nd Conference on the Philosophy and Theory of Artificial Intelligence (PT-AI 2013), University of Oxford. 

Ioannis Votsis. The Scientific Method. Talk given at the British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, University of Exeter. 

Ioannis Votsis. Objectivity in Confirmation. Talk given at Philosophy of Science in a Forest, Dutch Society for the Philosophy of Science. 

Ioannis Votsis. Post-Hoc Monsters and the Frankenstein Theory of Confirmation. Talk given at the Logos Colloquium, University of Barcelona. 

Ioannis Votsis. The Houdini Argument for Intrinsic Properties. Talk given at the Metaphysics of Scientific Realism Workshop, University of Athens. 


Ioannis Votsis. Re-evaluating the Reach of Determining Factors in the Underdetermination Thesis. Talk given at the 2nd Panhellenic Conference in the Philosophy of Science, University of Athens. 

Ioannis Votsis. Universal Empiricism. Talk at the Philosophy of Science Association Twenty Third Biennial Meeting, San Diego (presented by Otavio Bueno). 

Ioannis Votsis. Reference for Realists. Invited talk given at the Reference and  Scientific Realism Symposium, Wuhan University. 


Ioannis Votsis. The Feeble, Few and Far Between Coincidences Argument for Realism. Talk given at the British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, University of Sterling.