2019 marks the 50th anniversary of Bob Meyer’s reading of the Manifesto that would give rise to the Logicians' Liberation League. A four-day meeting (happening within October 24-29) in Mexico City will be organized to honor the venerable history of this anarchic aggrupation.
Jon Michael Dunn --- Boss of Bloomington
Graham Priest --- Prince of Darkness
Jc Beall --- Beallzebub, Prince of Glutany (Archbishop of Connecticut)
Edwin Mares --- Identity of Relevance
Zach Weber --- Cardinal of Comprehension
Hitoshi Omori --- Keeper of Classical Residue
Heinrich Wansing --- Cardinal of Connexivity
Gillian Russell --- Master of Deviant Meaning
Thomas Ferguson --- Bastard of Boethius
Eduardo Barrio --- Baron of Buenos Aires
Nicole Wyatt --- Priestess of Pluralisms
Andrew Tedder --- Creator of Cartesian Consequence
More generally, this event is also meant to be a meeting that brings together logicians from all trades and backgrounds. There will be available slots for up to eight contributed papers for one-hour presentations (discussion included). Any papers related to
non-standard logics, especially relevant/relevance logics, paraconsistent logics and contra-classical logics
paradoxes of truth, sets or properties
dialetheism, noneism, trivialism
the meanings of 'implies', 'fuse', 'not', 'in Australia' and other logical connectives
the works of Bob Meyer, Richard Routley, Valerie Plumwood or any other member of the LLL
the history and philosophy of logic
and even classical logic
Women and members of minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Submissions of abstracts (up to 1000 words) should be sent as a pdf file ready for blind review at non.logic.IIF@gmail.com. Authors should submit their contact details, including paper title, affiliation and email address as a separate pdf.
Deadline for submissions: July 1st, 2019.
Notification of decisions: August 30th, 2019.
The workshop has no associated registration fee, but accepted contributors will be required to fund their own travel and accommodation.
The conference is organized by Luis Estrada-González (The Trivial One) and Elisángela Ramírez-Cámara. For any inquiries, please feel free to contact us at non.logic.IIF@gmail.com
Atocha Aliseda Llera, IIF-UNAM, Mexico
Axel Barceló, IIF-UNAM, Mexico
Bogdan Dicher, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Paul Egré, Institute Jean Nicod, France
Luis Estrada-González (The Trivial One), IIF-UNAM, Mexico
Raymundo Morado, IIF-UNAM, Mexico
Francesco Paoli (Pope Francesco, Theology of Substructural Liberation), University of Cagliari, Italy
Lavinia Picollo (General of Generality), University College London, UK
Daniel Skurt, Ruhr-Universtität Bochum, Germany