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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Formal Epistemology Workshop, 29 May - 1 Jun 2012, GERMANY

FEW 2012: Munich (Germany)

We are happy to announce that the Ninth Annual Formal Epistemology Workshop (FEW 2012) will be 
held in Munich, May 29 - June 1, 2012. This year's meeting is sponsored by the Munich Center for 
Mathematical Philosophy. The meeting will take place at the (stunningly beautiful) Nymphenburg 
Palace (compliments of the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation).

 	Confirmed invited speakers include: David Christensen, Igor Douven, Sarah Moss, Eric 
Pacuit, Rohit Parikh, Jeff Paris, Paul Pedersen, Wlodek Rabinowicz, Charlotte Werndl, and Robbie 

 	For Call for Papers with deadline January 15th, 2012, see [] .

 	Some funding will be available for graduate student participation. 
Please contact Hannes Leitgeb for more information.

 	There will be two special (afternoon) sessions at this year's FEW. 
The first will be a special session on Logic & Rationality, which will include talks by David 
Christensen and Robbie Williams, and the second will be a memorial session for Horacio Arl-Costa,
 which will include talks (pertaining to Horacio's various seminal philosophical
contributions) by Eric Pacuit, Rohit Parikh, and Paul Pedersen.

 	We will also have two (two part) tutorials, presented by Jeff Paris (inductive probability),
and Charlotte Werndl (determinism, indeterminism, and underdetermination).

 	This year's local organizers are Hannes Leitgeb, Florian Steinberger, Vincenzo Crupi, and 
Ole Hjortland.

 	FEW 2012 is being funded by the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. [