Submissions are invited from graduate students. Papers may be on any topic within the philosophy of probability, including but not restricted to interpretations of probability in the social and natural sciences. Papers should be suitable for presentation in 40 minutes, which will allow for 20 minutes of discussion time. Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be received by no later than Friday 28th March 2008. Please send submissions by email (in the body of a message, or as attachments in plain text, rtf or Microsoft Word format) to Arhat Virdi [email protected] Abstracts will be refereed, and successful contributors notified by 31st April 2008. Successful contributors may also apply for help with travel expenses within the UK.

Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science London School of Economics

Graduate Conference 2008

Philosophy of Probability

Friday 27th and Saturday 28th June

Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science announces a Graduate Conference in the Philosophy of Probability to be held at the London School of Economics.

We are very pleased to have Professor Donald Gillies (UCL) and Dr Jon Williamson (Kent) as our keynote speakers. We are also very pleased to announce Professor David Makinson (LSE) as our final keynote speaker.

The conference will commence early on Friday 27th and finish on the afternoon of Saturday 28th June 2008. Programme details and registration procedures will be sent out soon and will also become available via the CPNSS Website

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