Epistemic Aspects of Many-valued Logics,13-16 September 2010, Prague, Czech Republic
The Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Technical University of Vienna is organizing a colloquium broadly dedicated to the role of uncertainty
calculi in epistemology.
Tentatively invited speakers and participants include Colin Howson, Peter Milne and Nick Smith.
We invite submissions on:
- epistemological interpretations of many-valued logics
- the relation of fuzzy logics to the probability calculus
- epistemic foundations of fuzzy logics and probability
- counterparts (if any) of conditionalization in fuzzy frameworks
- calibration in probability and fuzzy logics
- vagueness as a linguistic and as an epistemic concept
Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2010
Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2010
Submissions of abstracts of not more than 1000 words should be made online, in PDF format, at
Please note that you have to create an easychair account before submitting your paper. Submissions will be peer-reviewed, and should therefore be prepared for blind reviewing.
The conference mail address is:
Timothy Childers, Ondrej Majer (Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic),
Christian Fermüller (Technical University of Vienna).