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Jun 12 2014 | Obituary for Grigori Mints in the Stanford Report, June 12, 2014: | Posted In: In Memoriam, In the Press
Obituary for Grigori Mints which originally appeared in the Stanford Report, June 12, 2014.   Stanford philosophy Professor Grigori Mints, a world-renowned logician, has died at 74 Mints' pioneering research created new connections between proof theory and computation – leaving an indelible mark...
Jun 1 2014 | Posted In: In Memoriam
With great sadness, the Stanford Philosophy Department notes the passing of our friend and beloved colleague Grigori (“Grisha”) Mints, who died at Stanford on Thursday, May 29th, just shy of his 75th birthday. 
May 29 2014 | Posted In: In Memoriam
With great sadness, the Stanford Philosophy Department notes the passing of our friend and beloved colleague Grigori (“Grisha”) Mints, who died at Stanford on Thursday, May 29th, just shy of his 75th birthday.  
Mar 20 2014 | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
The Philosophy Department would like to congratulate Prof. John Perry for winning the 2013 Philip L. Quinn Prize. The Philip L. Quinn prize is awarded in recognition of service to philosophy and philosophers, broadly construed. Any member or living former member of the APA is eligible to receive...
Jan 31 2014 | The Science Network | Posted In: Addresses
Michael E. Bratman is a Professor of Philosophy and the U. G. and Abbie Birch Durfee Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University. Bratman has written four books: Intention, Plans, and Practical Reason (1987), Faces of Intention: Selected Essays on Intention and Agency...

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