The 5 Questions

In Vincent F. Hendricks & John Symons (eds.), Formal Philosophy. Automatic Press/Vip (2005)
"Five Questions on Formal Philosophy": Like the other authors in the volume, I was asked for my reflections on the character of philosophy by answering the following five questions : 1. Why were you initially drawn to formal methods? 2. What example from your work illustrates the role formal methods can play in philosophy? 3. What is the proper role of philosophy in relation to other disciplines? 4. What do you consider the most neglected topics and/or contributions in late 20th century philosophy? 5. What are the most important problems in philosophy and which are the prospects for progress?
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