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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Philosophy, Mathematics, Linguistics: Aspects of Interaction, 22-25 May 2012, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA

Steklov Institute of Russian Academy of Science organizes in Saint-Petersburg, Mai 22-25, 2012, 
an international conference "Philosophy, Mathematics,Linguistics: Aspects of Interaction" . 
The language of the conference is English. Call for contributed papers and other details can be 
found on the conference's page:

Invited speakers are so far the following:
Theodora Achourioti (University of Amsterdam), Michel De Glas (CNRS - University Paris-Diderot, 
France), Dmitry Grigoriev (CNRS - University Lille 1, France), Gerhard Heinzmann (Archives 
Henri-Poincare (UMR 7117), University of Lorraine/CNRS, France), Jaakko Hintikka (Boston 
University, USA), Edward Karavaev (St. Petersburg State University, Russia), Michiel van 
Lambalgen (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), Yuri Manin (Max Planck Institute for 
Mathematics) - to be confirmed, Grigori Mints (Stanford University, USA), Andrey Patkul (St. 
Petersburg State University, Russia), Jeff Pelletier (University of Alberta, Canada), Graham 
Priest (City University of New York, USA - University of Melbourne, Australia), Andrei Rodin 
(University Paris-Diderot, France), Gabriel Sandu (University of Helsinki, Finland), Anatol 
Slissenko (University Paris-Est Crteil, France)