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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Logic in Cognitive Science

http://www.logika.umk.pl/lcs/

Logic in Cognitive Science
May 13-15, 2010, Toru, Poland
http://www.logika.umk.pl/lcs/

Logic is an independent research area, however its significance
in science depends on its possible applications. Cognitive
Science is an area where applications of logic are especially
needed and welcomed.

Probably not all logical investigations relate directly to
Cognitive Science. The organizers are not going to limit the
scope of papers to be submitted. We encourage everyone who
finds his research results important to Cognitive Science to
participate in our Conference.

In particular we invite submissions on paraconsistent logic,
logical agency, nonmonotonic logic, computability theory,
epistemic, deontic and modal logic, fuzzy and many-valued
logics, logical structure of natural language.

Invited speakers: Witold Marciszewski and Ryszard Wjcicki.

Submissions should be sent to Rafa Palczewski (rpalcz@umk.pl)
before March 1, 2010. Deadline for registration and payment:
April 1, 2010.

Papers presented at the conference will be published in a
special issue of Logic and Logical Philosophy
(http://www.logika.umk.pl/llp/index.html).

The Conference is organized by Department of Logic at Nicolaus
Copernicus University, Toru, Poland
(http://www.logika.umk.pl/index_en.html).

At the same time two other related conferences concerning
philosophy of mind and artificial intelligence will take place
in Toru. All three events are parts of the project called
Argumentation as a Cognitive Process. We hope to gather broader
audience consisting of logicians, philosophers and computer
scientists, among others.