B.A., University of Tokyo
M.A., Texas A&M University
Ph.D., Stanford University
Originally from Japan, Dr. Hoshi earned his B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Tokyo, his M.A. in Philosophy at Texas A&M, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Stanford University. After teaching courses on logic and philosophy at a number of places, including Stanford University, he joined the Online High School. He is excited to serve the school as the Director of Stanford Online High School this year. He will still continue to teach a class for History and Philosophy of Science (OHSC0).
In addition to teaching, Dr. Hoshi has engaged in various research projects on logic and has published papers in related fields, including philosophy, computer science, and mathematics.
Dr. Hoshi loves cooking, having worked as a cook in Tokyo. His favorite foods are Italian, Korean, and Japanese. He also is a part of the Stanford Japanese Running Club and runs several marathons a year.
W. Holiday, T. Hoshi, and T. Icard, Information dynamics and uniform substitution, forthcoming in Knowledge, Rationality and Action, 2012.
W. Holiday, T. Hoshi, and T. Icard, A Uniform Logic of Information Dynamics, forthcoming in Advances in Modal Logic, Vol. 9, eds. S. Ghilardi and L. Moss, 2012.
T. Hoshi and A. Isaac. Taking Mistakes Seriously: Equivalence Notions for Game Scenarios with Off Equilibrium Play, in H. van Ditmarsch and J. Lang, eds., Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction (LORI-III), Lectures Notes in Computer Science, pp.111-124, 2011.
Alistair Isaac and Tomohiro Hoshi. “Taking Mistakes Seriously: Equivalence Notions for Game Scenarios with Off Equilibrium Play,” forthcoming in H. van Ditmarsch and J. Lang, eds., Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction (LORI-III), Lectures Notes in Computer Science, 2011.
T. Hoshi and E. Pacuit, “A Dynamic Logic of Knowledge and Access.” Synthese, 2010.
T. Hoshi, “Merging DEL and ETL.” Journal of Logic, Language, and Information, 2010.
T. Hoshi and A. Isaac, “The Strategic Equivalence of Games with Unawareness.” In D. Grossi, L. Kurzen and F. Velázquez-Quesada, eds., Logic and Interactive Rationality (ILLC), 2010.
A. Isaac and T. Hoshi, “Synchronizing Diachronic Uncertainty.” Journal of Logic, Language, and Information, 2010.
T. Hoshi and A. Yap, “Dynamic Epistemic Logic with Branching Temporal Structure.” Synthese 169 (2), 2010.
J. van Benthem, Jelle Gerbrandy, T. Hoshi, and E. Pacuit, “Merging Frameworks for Interaction.” Journal of Philosophical Logic 38(5) (2010): 491-526.
T. Hoshi, “Public Announcement Logic with Protocol Constraints.” In Logics for Dynamic of Information and Preferences, ed. by L. Kurzen and F. Velázquez-Quesada (2009): 181-214.
P. Balbiani, A. Baltag, H.P. van Ditmarsch, A. Herzig, T. Hoshi, T. de Lima, “Arbitrary Announcement Logic.” Review of Symbolic Logic 1(3) (2009): 305-334.
G. Mints and T. Hoshi, “Logical Equation in Monadic Logic.” Studies in Zapiski Nauchnyh Seminarov POMI 358:251-270. Also in Journal of Mathematical Sciences 158 (5) (2009): 741-752.
P. Balbiani, A. Baltag, H.P. van Ditmarsch, A. Herzig, T. Hoshi, T. de Lima, “What can we achieve by arbitrary announcements?—A dynamic take on Fitch’s knowability.” In D. Samet, Proceedings of TARK 2007 (Presses Universitaires de Louvain, 2007): 42-51.