This is a series of interdisciplinary conferences in mathematics, philosophy, computer science and linguistics. The main goal is to re-establish the traditionally strong links between these areas of research that have been lost in the past decades. The second conference in the series had the subtitle Applications of Mathematical Logic in Philosophy and Linguistics and brought speakers from all parts of the formal sciences together to give a holistic view of how mathematical methods can improve our philosophical and technical understanding of language and scientific discourse, ranging from the theoretical level up to applications in language recognition software.Reseña del editor:
This collection of seven of John Nash's essays highlights his contribution to game theory in economics. It includes a comprehensive introduction by Ken Binmore, which explains and summarizes John Nash's achievements in the fields of both non-cooperative and co-operative game theory.
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