The Reasoner, vol. 1 no. 6

The sixth issue of The Reasoner is up.

Editorial – Jon Williamson
Interview with Colin HowsonJon Williamson

Features:
Why we shouldn’t fault Lucas and Penrose for continuing to believe in the Godelian argument against computationalism I – Bhupinder Singh Anand
There is no question about it! – Barry Hartley Slater
‘Can’, the Principle of Relevant Alternatives, and Moral Responsibility – John K. Alexander
Referential Usage and Godelian Completions – Francesco Pupa

News:
Report on the Programme: Bayesian Nonparametric Regression, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, 30 July – 24 August 2007 – Stephen Walker
Progic 2007: the Third Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic, University of Kent, Canterbury, 5–7 September 2007 – Jan-Willem Romeijn

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