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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CONFERENCE: Axiomatic Theories of Truth, 19-20 Sep 2011, OXFORD (UK)

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~reflect/Reflection_and_Incompleteness/conference2011/home_1.html

A conference AXIOMATIC THEORIES OF TRUTH will be held at New College, University of Oxford, UK.

The study of axiomatic theories of truth is an interdisciplinary subject of philosophy and 
mathematical logic.  This meeting aims at bringing experts together from both philosophy and 
mathematical logic to present recent researches and achievements in this area.

The confirmed speakers are:

Riccardo Bruni (Florence, Italy)
Andrea Cantini (Florence, Italy)
Cezary Cieslinski (Warsaw, Poland)
Sebastian Eberhard (Bern, Switzerland)
Martin Fischer (Munich, Germany)
Kentaro Fujimoto (Oxford, UK)
Leon Horsten (Bristol, UK)
Reinhard Kahle (Lisbon, Portugal)
Jeffrey Ketland (Munich, Germany)
Graham Leigh (Oxford, UK)
Thomas Strahm (Bern, Switzerland)

Unfortunately there is no time for contributed papers.

For more details, please see the conference webpage:

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~reflect/Reflection_and_Incompleteness/conference2011/home_1.html

We welcome guests. Registration is free.  To register, please contact:

Kentaro Fujimoto 

by August 31, 2011.

We can't provide accomodation, but we are happy to send you some information about accommdation in 
Oxford.

The meeting is supported by Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Faculty of 
Philosophy, University of Oxford, and organized by the AHRC project "Inexpressibility and 
Reflection in the Formal Sciences"

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~reflect/Reflection_and_Incompleteness/Homepage.html.