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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: French Philosophy of Mathematics Workshop, 9-11 Oct 2014, Toulouse, FRANCE


This workshop is the sixth in an annual series of workshops in philosophy 
of mathematics organized by a team of scholars from France and abroad. The 
program of last year's workshop is available at:

The forthcoming workshop will be held at the Institut de Mathmatiques de 
Toulouse (France). It will consist, as the previous workshops, in a 
three-day meeting, and feature both invited and contributed talks: 4 
invited talks and 6 contributed talks.

Deadline for submission: May 15, 2014
The confirmed invited speakers will be announced by then.

Notification of acceptance: July 1, 2014

Submissions of papers in any topic of philosophy of mathematics are 
welcome. The languages of the workshop are French and English.

Each submission should be no more than 15,000 characters, and formatted in 
Word, RTF or PDF. It should be sent to both following addresses: brice 
(dot) halimi (at) u-paris10 (dot) fr AND sebastien (dot) maronne (at) math 
(dot) univ-toulouse (dot) fr Receipt of submissions will be acknowledged 
by email.

The dealine for submission is May 15, 2014.

The Scientific Committee (see below) will evaluate each submission and 
notifies acceptance by July 1, 2014.

Each talk should be no longer than 45 minutes, and will be followed by a 
30 minutes discussion

Younger scholars and graduate students working on their dissertations are 
particularly encouraged to submit, as the workshop wll provide them with 
an opportunity to discuss their work with internationally renowned experts 
in the field.

This workshop is organized by the IMT (Universit Paul Sabatier) and is 
supported by IHPST (Paris), SPHERE (Paris), IREPH (Nanterre), the Henri 
Poincar Archives (Nancy), CEPERC (Aix) and STL (Lille).

Scientific Committee: Andrew Arana, Mark van Atten, Denis Bonnay, Paola 
Cant, Gabriella Crocco, Michael Detlefsen, Jacques Dubucs, Henri Galinon, 
Sebastien Gandon, Brice Halimi, Gerhard Heinzmann, Paolo Mancosu, 
Sbastien Maronne, Philippe Nabonnand, Marco Panza, Fabrice Pataut, 
Dominique Pradelle, David Rabouin, Shahid Rahman, Andrei Rodin, Stewart 
Shapiro, Ivahn Smadja, Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz, Claudine Tiercelin, Sean 

Organizing Committee: Brice Halimi, Sbastien Maronne, Damian Rssler.