Judaism, Christianity and Logic - 3rd World Congress on Logic and Religion
- University of Warsaw, Institute of Philosophy
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Religion exists only in specific traditions. How similar and how different are the logical concepts present in Jewish and Christian traditions? What are the specific issues in the two traditions that have logical aspects? And how similar or how divergent are they? Does rationality mean the same in Judaism and Christianity? Is it possible to detect logical elements of Christian-Jewish polemics? And of cooperation and dialogue of the two traditions? In addition, because of the location of the conference, it would be good to relate these questions to Hinduism and other Asian traditions. Do they provide new insights?
These problems and related ones will be addressed during the workshop "Judaism, Christianity and Logic", which will be part of 3rd World Congress on Logic and Religion.
We invite submissions of contributed papers on topics including but not restricted to:
- Logic in Christian theological discourse
- Logic in Jewish theological discourse
- Logical Problem of Trinity
- Talmudic logic
- Logical aspects common to Christian and Jewish discourses
- Logical aspects opposing Christian and Jewish discourses
- The concept of rationality in Jewish and Christian traditions
- Jewish-Christian polemics and logic
- Logic and Jewish-Christian dialogue
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Note on the COVID-19 Crisis
The conference world is severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The organizing and scientific committees of the 3rd Congress of World on Logic and Religion are deeply concerned with the crisis. As our conference is still a few months ahead (November 8-12) and we still cannot say with confidence how the situation will be in two or three months, we cannot yet say anything about a possible postponement of our congress. Ideally, of course, we should keep the original date. However, the physical and psychological health of our speakers and attendees is a priority. As soon as we have a definitive position on this issue we will let everyone know.
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Abstracts must have a maximum of 600 words and be written in English according to our template; they must be submitted via Easychair (note that prior registration with EasyChair is required) by May 31. In the submission, one of the keywords must be "Judaism, Christianity and Logic". At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the congress.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the congress proceedings, which will be available during the congress. After the meeting authors will be invited to submit a complete version of their works, which will be peer-reviewed and published in a book and/or special issues of journals with publishers of international recognition. Peer-reviewed papers of previous WoCoLoR’s appeared as special issues of Logica Universalis (Springer), Sophia (Springer) and the Journal of Applied Logics.
May 31, 2020, 7:45pm IST