The international conference “Logical structure of the world. Axiological vision of patriotism. In XXV. anniversary of the death of Father J. M. Bocheński”

On October 18, 2019, the Senate of the Republic of Poland marked 2020 as the Year of Father Józef M. Bocheński, “to pay tribute to this outstanding scientist, priest and patriot on the 25th anniversary of his death.” A part of this celebration is the conference organized by the Institute of Philosophy at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw and the Institute of Philosophy at the Warsaw University. The conference will be attended by guests: prof. Johannes Czermak (Salzburg), prof. Edward Świderski (Friborg), prof. Paul Wiengartner (Salzburg), and outstanding Polish philosophers and logicians interested in the work of J. M. Bocheński. The conference will address issues belonging to the following areas: history of philosophy and history of logic, logical philosophy, philosophical logic, and political science.

Organizers: Institute of Philosophy of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw; Institute of Philosophy of the University of Warsaw

Deadline: 24/04/2020 –  25/04/2020

Place: Institute of Philosophy CSWU; Wóycickiego Street 1/3, Warsaw; building 23, room 201

Conference fee: 250 PLN / 60 Euro

Deadline for applications: 10/03/2020

Website address:


Logic Colloquium 2020

The Logic Colloquium is the European Summer Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, that in 2020 will be held from 13th to 18th of July at the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. It is organized jointly by the AMU Faculties: of Psychology and Cognitive Science and of Mathematics and Computer Science.

The latest meetings took place in Helsinki (2015), Leeds (2016), Stockholm (2017), Udine (2018) and Prague (2019).

The Association for Symbolic Logic is an international organization supporting research and critical studies in logic. Its primary function is to provide an effective forum for the presentation, publication, and critical discussion of scholarly work in this area of inquiry.

Important dates

January 31st, 2020 –  registration opens
March 31st, 2020 – deadline for abstract submission
April 13th, 2020 – deadline for student travel awards applications
April 30th, 2020 – notifications
May 25th, 2020 – camera-ready abstracts due
June 13th, 2020 – early payments deadline
July 7th, 2020 – late payments deadline

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Trends in Logic XX: “Logic and Reasoning: Formal and Informal”

The 20th Trends in Logic international conference, Logic and Reasoning: Formal and Informal, will be held at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 13-15, 2020. It is organized by the Department of Logic at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, in co-operation with Studia Logica.

Important dates
Abstract submission deadline: 06 January, 2019
Notification of acceptance: 01 February, 2020
Registration opens: 10 February, 2020
Early registration closes: 16 March, 2020

Paper Submission
Abstracts of at most three pages length (including references) should be submitted electronically as pdf documents using the EasyChair submission page at
At least one author of each accepted paper must register for, and attend the conference to present her or his work.

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The 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference. Philosophical Basis for Making Decisions and Non-Classical Logics

The conference is organized on the 140th anniversary of the birth of Professor Jan Łukasiewicz, who was a famous representative of Lviv-Warsaw School of Logic with contributions to philosophical logic, mathematical logic, and history of logic.

The conference will take place in Rzeszów, Poland, February 1, 2019.


Poznan Reasoning Week

Poznan Reasoning Week (print version)
Poznań, Poland, 5-10.09.2016

In recent years we are witnessing a cognitive turn in logic. It results in inclusion of some areas of cognitive science, psychology and computer science into its hard core. Consequently, logic becomes capable of modelling actual cognitive activity of real life agents. This turn does not create a rival for the mathematical logic: it forms a next step in the development of logic. It also reminds that for many centuries logic stood in a close and natural relationship to the science of actual reasoning processes.

Poznań Reasoning Week, consisting of three conferences, aims at bringing together experts from various fields, whose research focus on reasoning processes and their modelling from three perspectives:

  1. the interplay of logic and cognition (Logic and Cognition 2016);
  2. formal modelling of reasoning and argumentation (14th ArgDiap);
  3. natural question processing (QuestPro 2016).

Logic and Cognition 2016 , 5-6.09.2016
Logic and Cognition is an initiative focusing on research on the interplay of logic, cognitive science, psychology and computer science which aim at sheding the light on actual reasoning processes. In particular we invite submissions on:

  • applications of logic to the analysis of actual human reasoning,
  • tools and methods suited for such applications,
  • neural basis of logical reasoning,
  • educational issues of cognitively-oriented logic.

14th ArgDiap: Formal Models of Reasoning and Argumentation , 7-8.09.2016
In a joint initiative with ArgDiap organisation we invite submissions on theory and practice of argumentation, formal modelling of argumentative processes, dialogue and persuasion, and empirical research on these phenomena.

QuestPro 2016 , 9-10.09.2016
There is only a little exaggeration in saying that fluency in reasoning with questions is a landmark of human intelligence. Question processing is a crucial factor in information processing in general, and more often than not the effectiveness of the latter depends on successfull execution of the former. The main purpose of QuestPro 2016 is to assess the state-of-the-art in research on questions and questioning, from the point of view of both logic and its applications to modelling natural language processes, thus bridging the gap between formal and empirical research in this field.


[ArgDiap / L&C] Ruth Byrne (The University of Dublin)
[L&C] Adam Chuderski (Institute of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University)
[QuestPro] Ivano Ciardelli (Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, Universiteit van Amsterdam)
[QuestPro] Jonathan Ginzburg (UFR d’Études anglophones, Université Paris-Diderot)
[QuestPro] Yacin Hamami (The Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
[QuestPro] Philipp E. Koralus (University of Oxford)
[L&C] Michiel van Lambalgen (Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, Universiteit van Amsterdam)
[ArgDiap / L&C] Keith Stenning (Edinburgh University)
[ArgDiap] Andrzej Wiśniewski (Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań)


We invite you to submit proposals for contributed talks and posters.

  • 2-3 pages extended abstracts (including bibliography).
  • Please use the llncs LaTeX class for abstracts; for details go here:
  • Abstracts should contain name of the author (authors), affiliation and e-mail address.
  • Send PDF and TEX file to
  • In the e-mail title please indicate:
    • Title of the submission.
    • The event you want to submit your work to (L&C 2016, 14th ArgDiap or QuestPro 2016).
    • Contributed talk or Poster.


Authors of the abstracts accepted as presentation or poster are invited to submit their original research for publication in a special issue of „Logic and Logical Philosophy” . Papers must be in the order of 6000 to 8000 words (including references), and must address one or more of the conference themes, whether from an empirical or a more conceptual perspective.
Special issue submissions details will follow soon. Submitted manuscripts will follow the usual review process of the journal.


Logic and Cognition 2016: 5-6.09.2016 (including PRW poster session) – 30 EUR
PRW 2016 poster session: 6.09.2016 – 30 EUR
14th ArgDiap: 7-8.09.2016 – 50 EUR
QuestPro 2016: 9-10.09.2016 – 30 EUR
Poznań Reasoning Week (all events): 5-10.09.2016 – 70 EUR

Participants from countries with underfunded academic institutions are invited to apply for a financial support (reduction of the conference fee, travelling costs refund). All correspondence concerning the financial support should be directed to

Participation (without a talk or a poster) in the PRW 2016 events is free, however we ask you to register.


  • Submission deadline: 30.06.2016
  • Notification: 22.07.2016
  • Camera ready abstracts: 29.07.2016
  • Logic and Cognition 2016: 5-6.09.2016
  • 14th ArgDiap: 7-8.09.2016
  • QuestPro 2016: 9-10.09.2016

The Emergence of Structuralism and Formalism – Call for Papers

The Emergence of Structuralism and Formalism

June 24.- 26. 2016
Prague, Czech Republic

Call for papers

SYNTAX MEETS SEMANTICS (SYSMICS 2016) – Call for abstracts

5-9 September 2016, Barcelona (Spain)


Substructural logics are formal reasoning systems that refine classical logic by weakening structural rules in a Gentzen-style sequent calculus. Intuitionistic, many-valued, linear logics, are typical examples. Traditionally, substructural logics have been investigated using proof theoretic and algebraic methods. In recent years, combined approaches have started to emerge. The programme of the SYSMICS conference will focus on interactions between syntactic and semantic methods in substructural logics. This conference is the first of a series of meetings planned in the SYSMICS RISE project during 2016-2019.

Featured topics
Contributed talks can be on any topic related to substructural logic.
This includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

* Algebraic structures in CS
* Algebraic logic
* Coalgebraic aspects of logic
* Categorical methods in logic
* Gentzen systems
* Lattice theory
* Lattices with operators
* Linear logic
* Mathematical fuzzy logic
* Non-classical logics
* Ordered algebraic structures
* Proofs and Types
* Stone-type dualities
* Topological semantics

Programme Committee
Stefano Aguzzoli (University of Milano)
Nick Bezhanishvili (University of Amsterdam)
Agata Ciabattoni (Vienna University of Technology)
Petr Cintula (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Pilar Dellunde (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Brunella Gerla (University of Insubria)
Lluis Godo (CSIC – IIIA Barcelona)
Ramon Jansana (University of Barcelona)
Jan Kühr (University of Olomouci)
Antonio Ledda (University of Cagliari)
George Metcalfe (University of Bern)
Carles Noguera (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Luca Spada (University of Salerno, chair)

Organising Committee
Pilar Dellunde (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Joan Gispert (University of Barcelona)
Ramon Jansana (University of Barcelona)
Lluis Godo, (CSIC – IIIA Barcelona, Chair)
Diego Valota (CSIC – IIIA Barcelona)

Deadline for submissions 30 April 2016
Notification of acceptance 30 May 2016
Conference dates 5-9 September 2016

The Programme Committee accepts submissions of abstracts ranging from 2 to 4 pages. The abstracts should be formatted according to EasyChair style, instructions can be found at: .
Abstracts can be submitted at the following address:
A short text-only abstract will also be requested during submission.

Expression of interest
Expressions of interests will be greatly appreciated, please fill in the simple form on the conference web site under “Express Interest”. This will help the Organising Committee with their planning. You can also opt-out from receiving future announcements by following the instructions on the conference web site.

More Information
SYSMICS 2016 web site:

Use this site for local information, including hotel accommodations, for travel information and registration.

Queries regarding registration, hotel accommodations, financial support and reimbursements, technology infrastructure, abstract submission guidelines, etc. should be sent to