V Workshop on Philosophical Logic

V Workshop
On Philosophical Logic

November 23 to November 25, 2016
Argentinean Society
of Philosophical Analysis (SADAF)
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Invited Speakers
Contributed Speakers

Natalia Buacar (University of Buenos Aires) – Abstract

Cody Gilmore (UC Davis) – Abstract

Ulf Hlobil (Concordia University) and Daniel Kaplan (University of Pittsburgh) – Abstract

Federico Pailos (University of Buenos Aires) – Abstract

Alexandru Radulescu (University of Missouri) – Abstract

Lucas Rosenblatt (University of Buenos Aires) – Abstract

Maciej Sendłak (University of Warsaw) – Abstract

Damián Szmuc (University of Buenos Aires) – Abstract

Yannis Stephanou (University of Athens) – Abstract

Paula Teijeiro (University of Buenos Aires) – Abstract

Luis Urtubey (National University of Córdoba) – Abstract



The program of the Workshop is available here.



The Buenos Aires Logic Group (BALG) invites researchers and scholars in philosophical logic to submit a paper for the workshop to be held in Buenos Aires in November 23-25, 2016.


The goal of this workshop is to bring together researches in philosophy of logic to investigate issues broadly related to the topics of truth, paradoxes and nonclassical logic.


Submissions should include two files, to be sent to the following address: l_rosenblatt@hotmail.com

(1) One containing a title and an abstract of the paper for assessment of approximately 1000 words.

(2) The other containing the title of the paper, the author’s name, her/his institutional affiliation and her/his e-mail.

Submissions will be refereed by a scientific committee.


Accommodation (but not travel expenses) will be covered, depending on available funding.


Deadline for reception of submissions:  September 25
Communication of acceptance/rejection: October 1


For further information, you can contact us at l_rosenblatt@hotmail.com


About the Workshop

The series of workshops organized by BA LOGIC aims to analyze different topics in Philosophical Logic, mainly connected with semantic paradoxes, theories of truth and non-classical logics.