Saturday 23 Morning, Sunday 24 Morning, Monday 25 Morning

Hartry Field
Department of Philosophy, New York University, USA
"Kripke and Łukasiewicz: A Synthesis"

Tal Dotan Ben-Soussan and Patrizio Paoletti
Patrizio Paoletti Foundation for Development and Communication
“Philosophy, Art, Science, Economy (PHASE) of self and internal integrity”

Jerry Chandler
Krasnow Institute for Advanced, Study George Mason University, USA
“Is Life Logical? Application of the Peirce-Lesniewski-Tarski Meta-Logics to the Organic Mathematics of the Perplexity of Natural Sorts and Kinds ”

Michèle Friend
Department of Philosophy, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, George Washington University, Washington, USA
“A Formal Representation of Reasoning for Chemistry”

Maurício Kritz
National Laboratory for Scientific Computation, Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
“A Common Framework for the Empirical Sciences”

Sylvain Lavelle
ICAM & EHESS, Paris, France
“The Analytic and the Synthetic. From Homology to Heterology”

Piotr Łukowski
Department of Computer Science, Institute of Psychology, University of Łódź, Poland
“The logic of content and contentual understanding of sentences”

Nikolay Milkov
Paderborn University, Germany

Elizabeth Olsen
School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
“What Philosophy of Logic are we Teaching?”

Fabrice Pataut
SND, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France
“A Reply to Logical Revisionists: Strict Finitism, Feasibility and Structural Rules”

Todd Stambaugh and Rohit Parikh
City University of New York, USA
“Knowledge, Behavior, and Rationality”

William Rawleigh
Institute of the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto, Canada
“On the Status of Questions in the Practice of Science”

Kordula Świętorzecka
epartment of Logic and Methodology of Science, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw, Poland
“Formal intensional semantics of Aczel applied to Bolzanian substantial metaphysics”

Victor Aranda Utrero
Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
“The origin of semantics in formal languages”

Denis Vernant
University of Grenoble-Alpes, France
“On the universality of the principle of determination”

Jan Woleński
Department of Social Sciences, University of Information, Technology and Management, Rzeszów, Poland
“Logic does not distinguish any extralogical content”

For co-authored papers, first is the name of the one who will present the talk. Talks are located in a workshop or in a session
Keynote talks= 45 mn / Contributed talks = 30 mn (including discussion in both cases)
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