CFP: 4th World Congress on Logic and Religion

Submission deadline: June 15, 2023

Conference date(s):
September 3, 2023 - September 8, 2023

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Conference Venue:

Palace Hotel
Sinaia, Romania

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The purpose of the World Congress on Logic and Religion (WoCoLoR) series is to provide a place where scholars from all fields, as well as theologians of all religions, can come together to hear from one another about the latest developments in the relationship between logic and religion, reason and faith, rational inquiry and divine revelation. 

There have been three editions of the WoCoLoR: in Joao Pessoa, Brazil (2015), in Warsaw, Poland (2017), and in Varanasi, India (2022). They provoked interesting discussions, inspired the cooperation of scholars representing various fields, and yielded many interesting results, which were later published in several volumes. 

Among previous keynote speakers: Saul Kripke (Schock Prize), Laurent Lafforgue (Fields Medal), Michal Heller (Templeton Prize), Dov Gabbay, Jan Wolenski, Piergiorgio Odifreddi.

The 4th World Congress on Logic and Religion--4th WoCoLoR 2023--will be held at Sinaia, Romania, on September 3-8, 2023. 

We invite all the scholars (philosophers, logicians, mathematicians, theologians and others) to submit abstracts of papers for the 4th Congress on Logic and Religion. The topics of the papers should deal with the relationships between logic and religion. 

Talks will be presented either in the general session or in one of the workshops:

>  Religious Symbolism and Symbolic Logic

> Logic of Reconciliation

> Applying Mathematics to Theology

> Concepts of God: Consistency, Inconsistency and Paraconsistency Issues

> Argumentation in World Religious Traditions, including Legal Traditions

> Religion, Logic and AI

> Religious Discourse, Reasoning and Proofs of Existence of God

> Mythos and Logos: Schopenhauer and the relationship of philosophy and religion

Submit a one page abstract  by June 15, 2023.

Notification by June 25, 2023 

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