[FOM] 2011 Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science

Andreas Blass ablass at umich.edu
Mon Mar 8 13:19:05 EST 2010


14th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science

Location:    Nancy, France
Date:        19-26 July, 2011
Website:    http://www.clmps2011.org/

It is with pleasure that we announce the upcoming 14th Congress of  
Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, a leading congress in  
its field, which will be held on July 19-26, 2011, in Nancy (France).  
The Congress will feature more than 50 invited speakers, several  
plenary symposia and lectures, as well as a general program for a  
wider audience. For the first time in its history, the Congress  
presents a special topic of interest that will be the focus of a  
series of lectures and symposia:

"Logic and Science Facing the New Technologies"

The four main sections of the Congress will be:

A. Logic
B. General Philosophy of Science
C. Methodological and Philosophical Issues of Particular Sciences
D. Methodological and Philosophical Issues in Technology

Also for the first time, there will be a call for contributed symposia  
in addition to the call for contributed papers. Both calls will be  
issued on 1 June 2010, with 31 October 2010 being the submission  
Further details can be found on the homepage of the Congress of Logic,  
Methodology and Philosophy of Science at the following address:


Please note the option to receive by e-mail further information by  
signing up for the Congress  newsletter at:


The intention to attend the Congress and submit a contributed  
individual paper or symposium proposal can be stated there as well.  
Although this pre-registration is not mandatory, it would help the  
organizers to acquire an early idea of what to expect.

We thank you in advance for forwarding this circular so that it can  
reach the widest audience possible.

Gerhard Heinzmann (Chair Organizing Committee)
Peter Schroeder-Heister (Chair General Programme Committee)

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