[CALL FOR PAPERS] Special Issue of Logic Journal of the IGPL

# CALL FOR PAPERS: Logic Journal of the IGPL #

Special issue:
Recovery Operators and Logics of Formal Consistency & Inconsistencies

• SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS
Walter Carnielli (CLE-UNICAMP) (walter.carnielli@gmail.com)
Eduardo Barrio (CONICET-UBA) (eabarrio@gmail.com)

• CALL FOR PAPERS
Submissions must be in clearly-written English. Instructions to Authors are on http://ift.tt/2bcq70d

To submit a contribution send a one page abstract to: eabarrio@gmail.com (c/copy to walter.carnielli@gmail.com)

Contributing papers are invited from both Philosophers, Logicians, Mathematicians and Computer Scientists.

• FOCUS OF THE PAPERS
We invite papers that share a strong conceptual interest in the logics of formal inconsistency and formal inconsistency (LFIs) as tools to recovery some concept that traditionally cannot be expressed by plain logic (the paradigmatic case being paraconsistent logics). We are specially interested in papers that develops different applications of consistency and inconsistency operators to capture notions such as just truth, accidentally true, classicality, strong negation, indeterminateness, etc.

• SCOPE OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE
All papers related to Logics of Formal Inconsistencies those falling into the categories below are welcome:
– Consistency, Classicality and Recovery Operators
– Avoiding Hierarchies of Languages with Paraconsistent Logics
– Capturing Classical Logic using LFIs
– Recovery Operators in non-classical logics Many-valued
– Paraconsistent Logics with strong negation
– Modalities and Consistency Operators.
– Cut-elimination and Paraconsistency
– Non-transitive Logics and Inconsistencies
– Truth-Functionality and Paraconsistency

• IMPORTANT DATES
15 August 2016: Release of the Call for papers
31 October 2016: Deadline for expression of interest and abstract submissions (500 word abstracts)
15 February 2017: Feedback / Invitation to submit full text submissions
31 March: Full text submissions deadline. All details on text submissions can be found under: http://ift.tt/1INg6QQ
30 June: Comprehensive peer review and feedback
31 August: Re-submission deadline
30 September: Publication of the special issue

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