Presentations

General elimination and catamorphisms

  • Applied Proof Theory Workshop, University of Melbourne, November 2020
  • Melbourne Formalisms Group, October 2020

A toolkit for metainferential logics

  • SADAF, August 2020

One step is enough

  • Online Logic Supergroup, April 2020

Metainferences and the spirit of classical logic

  • Melbourne Logic Group, November 2019
  • SADAF, July 2019

A typed term calculus for core logic

  • UConn Logic Group, January 2020
  • University of Western Australia, October 2019
  • SADAF, August 2019
  • Logica, June 2019
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, October 2018

Position-theoretic semantics and entailment

  • EXPRESS, University of Amsterdam, June 2019
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, March 2019
  • University of Sydney, March 2019

Gender, politics, and metaphysics

Killrip Lemistery

  • AAP 2019, University of Wollongong
  • University of Melbourne, March 2019

What explains the paradoxes?

  • Diaphora workshop, MCMP, December 2016
  • Semantic paradox and revenge, University of Salzburg, June 2018

Classical recapture via conflation

  • Liars, curries, and beyond, UNAM, September 2017
  • Workshop on philosophical logic, SADAF, August 2017
  • AAL 2017, University of Adelaide, July 2017
  • Logic and Metaphysics Workshop, CUNY Graduate Center, February 2016

Slurs, negative contexts, disharmony

  • AAP 2017, University of Adelaide, July 2017

Conditionals with impossible antecedents

  • University of Western Australia, June 2017
  • Experimental work in formal semantics, Pacific APA, April 2016

Towards a naive type theory

  • University of Western Australia, June 2017
  • History and Philosophy of Logic Session, ASL North American meeting 2016, University of Connecticut, May 2016
  • Australasian Association for Logic 2016 meeting, July 2016

Conflation: logic and applications

  • Monash University, June 2017
  • University of Melbourne, May 2017
  • University of Sydney, May 2017

Uncut

  • SADAF, Buenos Aires, August 2017
  • Logics of Consequence, Concordia, March 2017
  • University of Auckland, March 2017
  • University of Navarra, May 2017

There is such a thing as a substructural approach to paradox

  • Non-classical solutions to the paradoxes, MCMP, February 2017

Paradoxes and the structure of reasoning

  • Alice Ambrose Lazerowitz/Thomas Tymoczko Logic Lecture, Smith College, December 2016

Naive validity

  • SADAF, November 2016

Methods of dogwhistling

  • AAP 2016, Monash University, July 2016

Vagueness is a kind of conflation

  • Society for Exact Philosophy, University of Miami, May 2016

Dialetheism is an empirical hypothesis

  • 20th Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, December 2015

'Consequentialism'?

  • Inferentialism Workshop, Arche, University of St. Andrews, November 2015

Axiomatisation without cut

  • SADAF, Buenos Aires, August 2015

Commitment consequence

  • SADAF, Buenos Aires, August 2015

Vagueness, tolerance, and substructural logic

  • AAP 2015, Macquarie University, July 2015

Uniqueness without reflexivity or transitivity

  • Non-classical Abstract Logics, Unilog 5, June 2015
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, October 2011

'Transitivity'

  • AAL 2015, University of Sydney, July 2015
  • GroLog, University of Groningen, June 2015

What is the self?

Killrip Lemistery

  • Tinnie Talks, Arena, Melbourne, May 2015

Meaning, bounds, social kinds

  • ANU Philsoc Seminar, May 2015

From conversation to inference, via commitment

  • Charles Sturt University, May 2015

Commitment and implicit assertion

  • De La Salle University, April 2015
  • University of Melbourne, April 2015
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, August 2014

Setting the bounds

  • University of Waikato, March 2015
  • Victoria University of Wellington, March 2015
  • University of Auckland, March 2015

Contraction and closure

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, April 2015
  • Pukeko Logic Group, March 2015

Tolerance and degrees of truth

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • Vagueness via nonclassical logics, University of Sydney, December 2014
  • Trivalent Logics and their Applications, ESSLLI 2012, August 2012

What do the liar and sorites have in common?

  • AAP 2014, ANU, July 2014

Why I am not a noncontractivist

  • SILFS Satellite Workshop, Roma Tre University, June 2014

Conflation and contradiction

  • Paraconsistent Reasoning in Science and Mathematics, MCMP, June 2014
  • Symposium on the principle of non-contradiction, Pacific APA, April 2014

Contractions of noncontractive consequence relations

Rohan French, David Ripley

  • UConn Logic Group, UConn, January 2014
  • Truth and Paradox Workshop, MCMP, May 2013

Nonclassical logics (mini-course)

  • James Madison University, May 2014

Confusion, collapse, tolerance, borderlines

  • VII Navarra Workshop on Vagueness, Universidad de Navarra, December 2013
  • Vagueness Seminar, NYU, November 2013

Nonmonotonicity and partiality

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • Substructural Approaches to Paradox, Universitat de Barcelona, November 2013

Avoiding ad hoc approaches to paradox

  • AAP 2013, University of Queensland, July 2013

63 negations

  • Presidential address, AAL, University of Melbourne, June 2013

Confusion and collapse

  • University of Sydney, May 2013
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, March 2013
  • University of Auckland, March 2013
  • Victoria University of Wellington, March 2013
  • University of Otago, March 2013

Multigrain entailment

  • AAPNZ 2012, Victoria University of Wellington, December 2012
  • 2nd Propositions and Same-Saying Workshop, University of Sydney, July 2010

Bilateralism, coherence, warrant

  • University of Melbourne, October 2012
  • Charles Sturt University, September 2012

Some substructural arithmetic

Ole Hjortland, David Ripley

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, September 2012

Comparing substructural theories of truth

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, September 2012

Vagueness and hysteresis

Paul Egré, Vincent de Gardelle, David Ripley

  • Logic and Cognition, ESSLLI 2012, August 2012

Anything goes

  • AAP 2012, University of Wollongong, July 2012
  • Paradox and Logical Revision, MCMP, July 2012

Vagueness as confusion

  • Universiteit Gent, July 2012
  • Pamplona Workshop for Vagueness and Similarity, Universidad de Navarra, May 2012

Naive set theory and nontransitive logic

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, March 2012

Vagueness, tolerance, contradiction

  • Northern Illinois University, February 2012
  • Yale University, January 2012
  • University of Connecticut, January 2012
  • University of Otago, October 2011

Coordination and propositions

  • Australian Metaphysics Conference, ANU Kioloa, November 2011

Bilateralism and paradox

  • Massey University, August 2011
  • AAP 2011, University of Otago, July 2011

Tonk, nontransitivity, and tolerance

  • MCMP, August 2011

Nonclassical theories of vagueness (mini-course)

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • ESSLLI 2011, August 2011

Tolerant truth and permissive consequence

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • Truth at Work, IHPST, June 2011

Sorites and the liar

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • 7th Barcelona Workshop on Issues in the Theory of Reference, Universitat de Barcelona, June 2011

Harmony without cut

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, May 2011

Revising up

  • Monash University, May 2011
  • ANU, May 2011
  • Arche, University of St. Andrews, April 2011

Tolerant and strict truth

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • Truth be Told, ILLC, March 2011
  • Institut Jean-Nicod, March 2011

Circumstantialism and identity

  • AAPNZ 2010, University of Waikato, December 2010
  • Kioloa Metaphysics Retreat, ANU Kioloa, November 2010

Conservatively extending classical logic with transparent truth

  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, October 2010

Strict and tolerant

  • North Island Logic Group, Victoria University of Wellington, September 2010

Inconstancy and inconsistency

  • University of Melbourne, August 2010

Embedding denial

  • PALMYR 9: Logic and the Use of Language, ILLC, June 2010
  • Propositional Content and Proposition-Related Acts, ENS, March 2010
  • Logic of Denial, Arche, University of St. Andrews, 2009

Explaining the abstract/concrete paradoxes in moral psychology

Eric Mandelbaum, David Ripley

  • Institut Jean-Nicod, June 2010
  • Arche/CSMN Graduate Conference, University of St. Andrews, 2009

Arbitrariness, vagueness, and the liar

  • AAL, July 2010
  • Arche, University of St. Andrews, May 2010

Tolerant, classical, strict

Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, David Ripley, Robert van Rooij

  • AAP 2010, University of New South Wales, July 2010
  • NIP, University of Aberdeen, May 2010
  • Vagueness and Similarity, Insitut Jean-Nicod, May 2010

Against structured propositions

  • Institut Jean-Nicod, April 2010
  • Semantics and Philosophy in Europe 3, ENS/IHPST, May 2010
  • AAP 2009, University of Melbourne, 2009

Semantic possibility

  • Logos, Universitat de Barcelona, February 2010
  • 1st Propositions and Same-Saying Workshop, Macquarie University, January 2010

Contradictions at the borders

  • 2nd Paris-Barcelona Picasso Workshop, ENS, 2009
  • Amsterdam Graduate Philosophy Conference, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2009
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, 2009
  • Philosophy and Psychology of Vagueness, Institut Jean-Nicod, 2008

Sorting out the sorites

  • Carnegie Mellon University, 2008
  • University of Queensland, 2008
  • 4th World Congress of Paraconsistency, University of Melbourne, 2008

Weak negations and neighborhood semantics

  • Logica 2010, June 2010
  • Melbourne Logic Group, University of Melbourne, 2008

Responsibility and the brain sciences

Felipe De Brigard, Eric Mandelbaum, David Ripley

  • Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2008
  • Mind, Brain, and Experience, University of Colorado, Denver, 2008