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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

2nd CALL FOR PAPERS: Australasian Association of Logic, 14-15 Dec 2011, NEW ZEALAND

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/hppi/about/events-philosophy.aspx#AAL2011

AAL meeting, Wellington (New Zealand)

The annual conference of the Australasian Association of Logic will be held in Wellington, New Zealand, on 14-15 December 2011. It will be held jointly with the Twelfth Asian Logic Conference (15-20 of December)(http://msor.victoria.ac.nz/Events/ALC2011/WebHome). Papers on any area of philosophical, mathematical, or computational logic are welcome.

Abstracts of papers should be submitted by email to Edwin.Mares@vuw.ac.nz in pdf format. The deadline for submissions is 1 August. The length of talks will be 30-40 minutes, with a 15-20 minute question period.

Invited speakers include Hiroakira Ono and Michael Detlefsen.

There will be a Special Session on Modal Logic on 15 December, the second day of the AAL meeting (=first day of the Asian Logic Conference meeting). 
Please specify if you would like your paper to be included in this modal logic session.

More information, as it becomes available, will appear on http://www.victoria.ac.nz/hppi/about/events-philosophy.aspx#AAL2011.


Edwin Mares
Philosophy
Victoria University of Wellington
P.O. Box 600
Wellington, New Zealand
+64 (0)4 4635234