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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: 6th Cambridge Graduate Conference on the Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic, 19-20 Jan 2013, Cambridge (U.K.)



The Sixth Annual Cambridge Graduate Conference on the Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic will be 
held on 19th-20th January 2013 at Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Keynote speakers: Vann McGee and Crispin Wright

Call for Papers: We invite papers from graduate students, or those who have recently completed 
their PhD, on any topic in the Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic, broadly construed. Papers 
will have respondents, and will be followed by open discussion.

Papers should be no longer than 4,000 words, and suitable for a 40 minute presentation. They 
should also be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 150 words. The paper should be 
anonymised and suitable for blind refereeing. Please include a separate detachable cover sheet 
including name, title, institution, and contact details. Please note that we cannot accept more 
than one submission per student.

The deadline for receipt of submissions is 17h00 on the 16th November 2012. We will notify authors 
of the decision regarding their papers by the 10th of December. We will cover the accommodation, 
conference fee and conference dinner of successful applicants. Respondents will be selected from 
amongst the authors who submit papers and members of the Cambridge University Faculty of Philosophy
and graduate students.

Submissions are preferred in .doc, .rtf or .pdf format.  They should be e-mailed to 
cam.phil.grad.conf@googlemail.com.

Receipt of submission will be confirmed by e-mail. For any further information, please contact 
the conference organisers, Lukas Skiba and Owen Griffiths, at cam.phil.grad.conf@googlemail.com.