Paradox and Logical Revision

July 23, 2012 - July 25, 2012
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München

München
Germany

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Main speakers:

Michael Glanzberg
Northwestern University
Graham Priest
University of Melbourne
Greg Restall
University of Melbourne
David Ripley
University of Melbourne
Keith Simmons
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Zach Weber
University of Melbourne
Alan Weir
Glasgow University
Timothy Williamson
Oxford University
Crispin Wright
New York University

Organisers:

Ole T. Hjortland
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
Julien Murzi
University of Kent at Canterbury

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The conference's topic is paradox and logical revision. Do the semantic and set-theoretic paradoxes provide a good reason for abandoning some of the commonly accepted rules of logic? What does it mean to revise logic? How should logic be revised? For instance, should revisionary approaches to paradox be substructural? Are revisionary approaches to paradox beset by revenge problems?

In order to register, please send an email with your name and affiliation to: logicalrevision@gmail.com. There is no registration fee. The deadline for registration is June 20.

The conference is organized by the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, founded by Prof. Dr Dr Hannes Leitgeb in 2010, and funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Organizing committee: Ole T. Hjortland [MCMP, LMU - ole.hjortland@lmu.de] & Julien Murzi [University of Kent and MCMP, LMU - j.murzi@gmail.com].

For questions or any other queries, please contact the organisers at logicalrevision@gmail.com.

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June 20, 2012, 2:00pm CET

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