CFP: Graduate conference, University of Western Ontario, 18-19 May 2013

The 13th annual
Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and Physics Graduate Conference
will take place on Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19, 2013, at the
University of Western Ontario
in London, Ontario, Canada.

We are pleased to announce that
Hans Halvorson (Princeton University)
will be giving the keynote address.

Call for Papers

Graduate students who have not yet defended their PhD thesis are invited to submit papers on any topic in philosophy of logic, philosophy of mathematics, and philosophy of physics.

Papers in philosophy of physics will be considered for the 10th Annual Clifton Memorial book prize. The contest will be adjudicated by philosophy of science faculty members at Western.

We recommend that papers be no longer than 5000 words as presentations will be limited to 30-35 minutes and will be followed by a 20-minute period of discussion. Please submit papers by email (preferably as a .pdf attachment) by February 24th, 2013. Papers should be prepared for blind review, and should be accompanied by an abstract (no longer than 300 words) as well as e-mail content or cover sheet containing the author’s name, institutional affiliation, title of the paper, and email address. We will endeavor to make accommodations available to all visiting graduate students.

Please send questions and submissions to:

Melissa Jacquart
uwolmp@gmail.com
Department of Philosophy
The University of Western Ontario

For more information go to: http://logicmathphysics.ca

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