Takayuki Kawamoto a philosopher of science and chief privacy officer

Takayuki Kawamoto / 河本孝之

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Takayuki Kawamoto (河本孝之) is a philosopher of science, and chief privacy officer at Japanese private company.

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Bio

Takayuki Kawamoto was born in Meguro ward, Tokyo, Japan on September 20th, 1968. He grew up mostly in Osaka prefecture. He received his bachelor's degree in law from Osaka University of Economics and Law and his master's degree in philosophy from Kansai University, and left the graduate school of Kobe University without a doctrate.

Since 2006, Takayuki has worked for a private company of web integration and online services in Osaka as chief privacy officer and senior manager of information systems division.

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Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information
philsci*@*markupdancing.net [its public key]
takayuki.kawamoto*@*gmail.com
Please cut asterisks around at-sign.
Education
1993 / bacheor of law (criminal law), Osaka University of Economics and Law
1997 / master of literature (philosophy), Kansai University
Teaching and Mentoring Experience
April 1998 - September 1998 / teaching assistant (lecture for philosophy of science in bachelor course), Kobe University
October 1999 - March 2000 / teaching assistant (seminar for philosophy of science in master course), Kobe University
April 2000 - September 2000 / teaching assistant (seminar for philosophy of science in master course), Kobe University
Publications
Takayuki Kawamoto (1997), “Causal Relata,” Kansai University φιλοσοφία, No.17 (January 1997), pp.65-87; https://ndlonline.ndl.go.jp/#!/detail/R300000002-I4181200-00.
Takayuki Kawamoto (1999), “Boolean Closure and Supervenience,” φιλοσοφια, No.15 (1999), pp.5-15; https://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110007376837.
Professional Associations
Philosophy of Science Society, Japan (日本科学哲学会)
Research Interests
philosophy of science, causation, probability, laws of nature, universals, applicability of mathematics, doomsday argument, supervenience, model theory, information theory, information security, privacy preserved technologies, David Hume, Martin Heidegger, Rudolf Carnap, Henry Kyburg, Jr., Bastiaan Cornelis van Fraassen
Outreach Activities
PHILSCI.INFO (my website for philosophy)

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