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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Logic Workshop: A Tribute to Horacio Arlo-Costa, 2-4 Aug 2012, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

SADAF, the Argentine Society for Philosophical Analysis, is organizing a Tribute to Horacio 
Arl-Costa, to take place in Buenos Aires, August 2nd to 4th, 2012.

Confirmed speakers:
Vernica Becher (Universidad de Buenos Aires) John Collins (Columbia University) Paul Egr 
(Jean Nicod Institute) Jeff Helzner (Columbia University) Kevin Kelly (Carnegie Mellon University)
 Rohit Parikh (City University of New York) Paul Pedersen (Carnegie Mellon University) Fernando 
Tohm (Universidad Nacional del Sur)

To be confirmed:
Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pensylvannia) Alberto Moretti (SADAF-Universidad de Buenos 
Aires-CONICET) Gladys Palau (Universidad de Buenos Aires)

We call for contributions in any area of philosophical logic, including (but not limited to) 
epistemic and modal logic, ampliative reasoning, belief revision, conditional logic, game theory 
and decision theory, among other topics. We invite submissions for 40-minute presentations. 

Submissions should take the form of a 1000/1500-word abstract. They should be sent by e-mail in 
an attached file in pdf or Word format to Authors' names and affiliation should 
be given only in the text of the e-mail message. The abstracts will be blind reviewed by an 
international scientific committee. English and Spanish will be the official languages of the 
Conference. However, we encourage contributors to provide to the audience an extended abstract, 
presentation, handout or full paper in English during the Conference.

Deadline for reception of submissions:  April 30th, 2012 Communication of
acceptance/rejection: May 30th, 2012

For further particulars, please check SADAF website at or contact us by sending 
an e-mail to

Organizing Committee: Eduardo Barrio, Eleonora Cresto, Sandra Lazzer, Diana Prez.

Scientific Committee: Vernica Becher, John Collins, Paul Egr, Jeff Helzner, Alberto Moretti, 
Gladys Palau, Rohit Parikh, Fernando Tohm.

About SADAF SADAF, the Argentine Society for Philosophical Analysis, is a non-profit organization 
devoted to research in philosophy. It was founded in 1972, and at present it counts with more than 
two hundred members, many of which are either faculty members or advanced students at various 
universities in Argentina and abroad. SADAF offers seminars and colloquium series, and hosts 
different kinds of academic meetings all year round. 

Since 1981 it is also home of Anlisis Filosfico, a biannual, peer-reviewed journal of philosophy.
Horacio Arl-Costa was an active member of SADAF while he lived in Argentina, and kept close ties 
with our institution after leaving the country. More information in Spanish in