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Prof. Dr. Olivier Roy

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Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Professor - Logik und Spieltheorie / Logic and Game Theory

Head of Department
Coordinator: Philosophy & Economics Programme
Chair of Exam Board: Philosophy & Economics (BA)

I am Professor of Philosophy and joined the Department at the start of the Winter Semester 2013-14. I am also external member of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, where I worked for two years as assistant professor. Before that I worked at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in the Faculty of Philosophy. I have completed my PhD in February 2008 at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation in Amsterdam, under the supervision of Johan van Benthem (Amsterdam and Stanford) and Martin van Hees (Groningen). I am associate editor of ErkenntnisTopoiTheory and Decision Library Series A, and Section Editor for the "Logic, Computation and Agency" Section of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (the latter together with Eric Pacuit and Johan van Benthem).


Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Professor - Logik und Spieltheorie / Logic and Game Theory

I study questions of rationality in strategic interaction, learning and belief revision in social network, structure and justification of norms, and the philosophy of shared agency. For this I use methods from logic, computer science, and decision and game theory.


Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Professor - Logik und Spieltheorie / Logic and Game Theory

International Peer-reviewed Journals

1. OR and Jan-Willem Romeijn, ”Individual and Social Deliberation: Introduction”, in Economics and Philosophy, Volume 31, Issue 01, March 2015, pp 1-2.

2. Jan-Willem Romeijm and OR, ”Radical Uncertainty: Beyond Probabilistic Models of Beliefs”, in Erkenntnis, December 2014, Volume 79, Issue 6, pp.1221-1223.

3.  OR and Ole Thomassen Hjortland, “Dynamic Consequences for Soft Information.” Journal of Logic et Computation. 2014. doi: 10.1093/log-com/exu040

4. OR and Eric Pacuit “Substantive Assumptions in Interaction: A Logical Perspective”. Synthese. Volume 190, Issue 5, pp 891-908, March 2013.

5. Cedric Degremont and OR. “Agreement Theorem in Dynamic Epistemic Logic”, Journal of Philosophical Logic, Volume 41, Number 4, Pages 735- 764. 2012.

6. Johan van Benthem, Eric Pacuit, and OR, “Towards a Theory of Play: The logical perspective on Games and Interaction”, Games 2(1), 52-86, 2011.

7. OR, “Interpersonal Coordination and Epistemic Support for Intentions with We-Content”, Economics and Philosophy, 26(3), pp.345-367, October 2010.

8. OR, “Dynamic-Hybrid Logic for Preferences, Intentions and Actions in Strategic Games”. Synthese 171(2), November 2009, pp 291-320.

9. OR, “Intentions and Interactive Transformations of Decision Problems”. Synthese 169(2), July 2009, pp 335-349.

10. Johan van Benthem, Patrick Girard, and OR, “Everything else being equal: A modal logic for ceteris paribus preferences”. Journal of Philosophical Logic. Vol. 38, 2009, 83-125.

Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings

1. Albert Anglberger, Huimin Dong and OR, “Open Reading without Free Choice.” in Cariani et al. (eds),DEON’14., June 2014.

2. OR and Martin Rechenauer, “The Logical Structure of Scanlons Contractualism”, in Cariani et al. (eds),DEON’14. June 2014.

3. Albert Anglberger, Norbert Gratzl and OR, “The Logic of Obligation as weakest permission.” In Broersen, Agotnes and Elgensem (eds.), Proceedings of DEON 2012, Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, 2012.

4. Eric Pacuit and OR “A Dynamic Analysis of Interactive Rationality”. in H. van Ditmarsch, J. Lang and Shier Ju (eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Logic, Rationality and Interaction, Lecture Notes in AI # 6953, pp.244—258, 2011.

Books and Edited Work

1. Davide Grossi and OR “Logic and Rational Interaction”, special issue of Journal of Logic and Computation, To Appear in 2015.

2. OR and Ole Thomassen Hjortland “Substructural Logic and Information Dynamics”, special issue of Journal of Logic and Computation, To Appear
in 2015.

3. OR and Jan-Willem Romeijn, “Symposium on Individual and Social Deliberation”, special issue of Economics and Philosophy, Volume 31, Issue 01, March 2015.

4. Jan-Willem Romeijn and OR ”Radical Uncertainty”, special Issue of Erkenntnis, December 2014, Volume 79, Issue 6.

5. D. Grossi, OR, and H. Huang) Logic, Rationality, and Interaction: 4th International Workshop, LORI 2013, Hangzhou, China, October 9-12, 2013, Proceedings. Springer; 2013

6. Mathieu Marion and Patrick Girard, and OR, Dynamic Formal Epistemology, Synthese Library Vol. 351, 2011.

7. Vincent Hendricks and OR, Epistemic Logic: 5 Questions, VIP-Automatic Press, 2010.

8. Fenrong Liu and OR, “Advances in Belief Dynamics”, Special issue of Synthese, Volume 173, Issue 2, 2010

Book Reviews

1. OR, “Review of I. Gilboa’s “Rational Choice””, Economics and Philosophy, 28(1), March, 2012.

Contributions to Edited Volumes

1. Eric Pacuit and OR, “Epistemic foundations of game theory”, in Ed Zalta (ed), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Spring 2015 edition.

2.  OR, Albert Anglberger and Norbert Gratzl, “The Logic of Best Action from a Deontic Perspective”, in A. Baltag and S. Smets (eds), Johan
F.A.K. van Benthem on Logical and Informational Dynamics, Trends in Logic Series, September 2014.

3. Martin van Hees and OR, “Intentions, Decisions and Rationality”, in T. Boylan and R. Gekker (eds.), Economics, Rational Choice and Normative
Philosophy. Routledge, 2009.

4. Martin van Hees and OR, “Intentions and Plans in Decision and Game Theory”, in Bruno Verbeek (ed.), Reasons and Intentions. Ashgate Publishers,

5. Johan van Benthem, Sieuwert van Otterloo and OR, “Preference Logic, Conditionals, and Solution Concepts in Games”, in Lagerlund, Lindstrm
et Sliwinski (eds.), Modality Matters: Twenty-Five Essays in Honour of Krister Segerberg, Uppsala Philosophical Studies 53, Uppsala, 2006.

Publications in National, Peer-reviewed Journals

1. Martin van Hees, Marc Pauly and OR, “Democratisch optimisme: deliberatie in theorie en praktijk”, in Contested Democracy, Dutch National
Research Foundation (NWO), 2013.

2. Paul Egre and OR, “Les Conventions sans la Connaissance Commune?”, Klesis, no. 24, December 2012.

3. OR, “Epistemic Logic and the Foundations of Decision and Game Theory”, Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Vol. XXVII (2),
pp. 283-314, April-June 2010.

4. “Intentions rationnelles et acceptations en deliberation.” Philosophiques, 35(2), Automne 2008, pp.525—545.

PhD thesis: Thinking before acting: Intentions, Logic, Rational Choice, ILLC
Dissertation Series DS-2008-03, Amsterdam, 2008


Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Professor - Logik und Spieltheorie / Logic and Game Theory

Sie finden meine gegenwärtigen und vergangenen Lehrveranstaltungen hier.

You find my current and past courses here.


Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Professor - Logik und Spieltheorie / Logic and Game Theory

Telefon: +49 (0)921 55-4151
E-Mail: Olivier.Roy@uni-bayreuth.de
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Raum: 1.18 (GW II)

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