CFP: Social Applications of Logic

Social Applications of Logic for Society and Politics

Submissions Due: 1 July 2015

For a long part of its history, the central aim of logic was to provide an inventory of schemata for valid arguments. The mathematical turn brought a revolutionary change of perspective and methods, which incurred the concern that the focus of this new logic shifted from the traditional role of general investigation of arguments to the analysis of mathematical reasoning. The contemporary flourishing of methods and topics of research in logic makes such a concern at least inadequate. This special issue of Societate și politică (Society and Politics) aims to offer a rich and eloquent picture of contemporary research concerning the social applications of logic, stemming from mainstream and alternative traditions and research programs. We invite contributions in active branches of practically oriented logical research, but also papers which aim to reflect on the impact the new and historical developments had on the self-image of logic as a discipline and accurately depict and exploit the significance of the results obtained as a consequence of the practical turn.

SOCIETATE ȘI POLITICĂ (Society and Politics) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Vasile Goldiș Western University of Arad, Romania. It welcomes original, high-quality research coming from the disciplines of philosophy, history of political thought, intellectual history, history and philosophy of science, favoring interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches.

Papers no longer than 8.000 words, or book reviews no longer than 800 words, should be submitted by email to Iovan Drehe.

Editors: Iovan Drehe, Adrian Luduşan, Mihai Rusu.

For further information see, please see the journal website.


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