Philosophy and Computation – Online Workshop

Sunday, May 13, University of Lund, Sweden


The workshop “Philosophy and Computation” aims to be a platform for various discussions concerning the use of computability in philosophy (for example, how computational complexity constraints can contribute to explain human understanding) and also questions concerning the philosophical investigation of computation (like questions related to Church-Turing thesis). 
The workshop is inspired by the celebration of Turing’s Centenary. More information about the celebrations can be found at the following website:

The main objective of the workshop is to gather international specialists, philosophers, cognitive scientists and computer scientists, who will be given an opportunity to present their research and time to discuss important topics related to philosophy and computation.

Workshop Online

The workshop will be visible in the real time online (although without any possibility of oral question asking). If you want to join, please click on the link below (you can freely connect and disconnect whenever you want) and install the Adobe Connect plugin to your computer. Provide your name and sign on as a guest. There will be no continuous monitoring of the questions asked through the chat, but feel free to ask questions in the chat plugin during the workshop.

(the link will be active from the PhilEvents site,, during the Workshop)

Selected speakers:

Patrick Blackburn
Roskilde University
Walter Dean
University of Warwick
Leon Horsten
Bristol University
Marcin Mostowski
Warsaw University
Gualtiero Piccinini
University of Missouri St. Louis
Oron Shagrir
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mark Sprevak
University of Edinburgh
Raymond Turner
University of Essex
Konrad Zdanowski
Warsaw University


Paula Quinon
Lund University



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