Johan van Benthem
Slightly updated reading materials for course on Logic, Agency and Games at NASSLLI 2016 Summer School, Rutgers University.
Supplementary material can be downloaded here, for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for additional materials and correspondence, also after the course has ended.
Courses taught in logic, philosophy, mathematics, linguistics, computer science, and economics.
My current teaching is mainly on logics for information dynamics and games, and mathematical modal logic.
Open course project Logic in Action
Spinoza gateway course Logica in Actie, Dutch Open University. This is now an open course project Logic in Action taught at Amsterdam, Beijing, Seville, Stanford, and ESSLLI summer schools. It has also been incorporated in the Stanford On-Line High School, and we are preparing a new version for the EdX open-access platform.
Courses taught at Stanford, spring quarters
- Philosophy 154/254, Modal Logic
- Philosophy 359, Logic and Agency Seminar
Courses in China
Regular short seminars at Tsinghua University and elsewhere, see announcements of the joint research center.
- Logica voor Informatici (with Hans van Ditmarsch, Jan Ketting, Josje Lodder, and Wilfried Meyer Viol)
- Logic, Language and Meaning (with authors' collective GAMUT)
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