The Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics, and Philosophy of Science (TiLPS) studies knowledge, reasoning, and value in all their forms.
History and Mission
The Center was founded in 2007 in order to promote a novel style of philosophical research. TiLPS researchers typically combine different philosophical techniques in solving a problem, rather than relying on a single method. Among them are conceptual analysis, logical deduction, mathematical modeling, psychological experiments, simulations, and case studies. Read more...
Munich-Sydney-Tilburg Conference (MuST 10)
From 1-3 March 2017, the 10th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg
conference on 'Causation and Complexity' will take place at the
Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science. Keynote speakers are Anne-Marie
Grisogono, Stuart Kauffman, and Kevin Korb.
New TiLPS members
In August and September 2016, TiLPS welcomes four new
- Seamus Bradley (Assistant Professor), formerly LMU Munich
- Sander Verhaegh (Assistant Professor), formerly
- Felipe Romero (as Postdoctoral Fellow), formerly Washington University
- Noah van Dongen (as PhD student).
Felipe and Noah will be affiliated with the ERC project 'Making Scientific Inferences More Objective', directed by Jan Sprenger.
Veni grants for TiLPS researchers
TiLPS goes Templeton
Alfred Archer, Bart Engelen and former TiLPS member Alan Thomas are going to participate in two major research initiatives funded by the John Templeton Foundation. The research project titled 'The Moral Psychology of Inequality and its
Impact on Well-Being Principal' has been awarded by Saint Louis University. It is part of the research Program 'Happiness and Well-Being'. Their bid for a project on moral excellence in the research initiative 'Moral Beacons', directed by Wake Forrest University, has also been successful.