Friday 22 Afternoon and Tuesday 26 Afternoon

Alexander Paseau
University of Oxford, England
"Capturing Consequence"

Pavel Arazim
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
“Logics as models versus logics as proposals”

Bryson Brown
Department of Philosophy, University of Lethbridge, Canada
“Preservationist Consequence and Logical Pluralism”

Laurent Dubois
Free University of Brussels, Belgium
“Universal Logic = Logic of the Universal ?”

Stanislaw Krajewski
Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw, Poland
“Characterizing Context-Independent Logical Notions Among the Context-Dependent Ones. The Case of Quantifiers and Inferences”

María Manzano, Manuel A.Martins and Manuel C.Moreno
University of Salamanca, Spain, Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Applications, Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro, Portugal
“Intensionality as a unifier: Logic, Language and Philosophy”

Sérgio Marcelino and Carlos Caleiro
Security and Quantum Information Group, Telecommunications Institute, Department of Mathematics, Higher Technical Institute, University of Lisbon, Portugal
“Semantics for combined Hilbert calculi”
“Modular analysis of Hilbert calculi”

Tony Marmo
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
“On Dissent Pluralism and Paradigm-shifts from plural perspectives”

Marek Nowak
Department of Logic, University of Łódź, Poland
“Disjunctive and conjunctive multiple-conclusion consequence relations”

Fabien Schang
Federal University of Goias, Brazil
“S5 is a semi-bivalent logic, and so is classical logic”

Jan Woleński
Department of Social Sciences, University of Information, Technology and Management, Rzeszów, Poland
“Tarski: Logical Concepts as Invariants”

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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