Submitted by William Peden (Univpm Ancona; Durham).
Bayes By the Sea: “Formal Epistemology, Statistics, and Game Theory”,
Ancona, The Marche – Italy, 30-31 August 2019.
The second edition of the Bayes By the Sea conference: “Formal Epistemology, Statistics, and Game Theory” aims to bring together philosophers of statistics and of the scientific method, methodologists and metascientists, as well as economists and game-theorists, in order to refresh the debate on the foundations of the sciences from new perspectives, with a special focus on scientific rationality, scientific misconduct, science economics, foundations of statistics and the scientific method, in diverse scientific ecosystems characterized by distinctive practices, structures, and institutions.
A special attention will be devoted this year also to formal/conceptual tools of game theory/rational choice theory in representing and studying the interactions of agents operating in scientific ecosystems as strategic behavior of rational players, whose repeated interactions shape the current scientific practices.
Andrés Pereas (Maastricht)
Teddy Seidenfeld (Carnegie Mellon)
Jan Sprenger (Turin)
Stefano Bonzio (Univpm Ancona)
William Peden (Univpm Ancona; Durham)
Barbara Osimani (Univpm Ancona; LMU)
Mantas Radzvilas (MCMP/LMU Munich)
Todd Stambaugh (MCMP/LMU Munich; CUNY)