Please register your attendance here: https://goo.gl/forms/Z5y8wmpuBEx6I4xq1 Directions to the venue: http://www.hss.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/linguistics/PublishingImages/DirectionalMaptoHSS.jpg Programme 14:00 — Opening Address Harisan Unais Nasir 14:15 — Institutions, Luck, and Reciprocity Shalom Chalson (NTU) Abstract: Egalitarianism is the thesis that justice requires equality. Egalitarians tend to demand that inequalities be minimised. When considering the elimination of inequalities, four questions arise: what are the grounds, … Continue reading Event: Singapore Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
By Ng Ling Xuan Logical empiricists worked towards a “formal theory of confirmation”. This “formal theory” is an extension and application of deductive logic. In this essay, I will first explicate the workings and merits of deductive logic. Secondly, I will describe science’s close ties to inductive logic. Next, I will explain the motivation for … Continue reading Essay: What is the Grue Problem?