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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Universal Logic, China 2007

2nd World Congress and School on Universal Logic
Call for papers
Xi'an, China, August 16--22, 2007

This event is the second in a series of events
whose objective is to gather logicians from all
orientations (philosophy, mathematics, computer
science, linguistics, artificial
intelligence etc) - people not focusing only
on some specific systems of logic or some
particular problems, but inquiring the
fundamental concepts of logic.
There will be a four days school with about
20 tutorials followed by a 3 days congress.
Among the participants there will be Walter
Carnielli, Hartry Field, Valentin Goranko,
Vincent Hendricks, Wilfrid Hodges, Istvan
Nmeti, Gabriel Sandu, Stan Surma, Heinrich
Wansing and many others.
The deadline for submission of contributed
papers is March 15, 2007. There will also
be a contest with subject: How to translate
a logic into another one?
This event will take place in Xi'an, the
ancient capital of China, just after the
13th LMPS to happen in Beijing.
For further information, please
visit the website below: