From 18th to 22nd June, the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Warsaw will organise the 2nd World Congress on Logic and Religion.
There are important topics that are proposed to be discussed at the 2nd World Congress on Logic and Religion in Warsaw, these include:
- Impact of religious beliefs on logical structures;
- Logic at the service of apologetics;
- Rationalization of religious beliefs;
- Justification in religious legal traditions (including Talmudic Logic);
- Logics vis-a-vis illogicalities in religion;
- Non-classical logics and religion;
- Models of argumentation in religious discourse, etc.
The sessions will be held:
- from 18th to 21st June in the Old Library Building (26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, rooms 111-116)
- on 22nd June in the University Library in Warsaw (56/66 Dobra Street, conference hall 316).
The plenary sessions are open to the public and free of charge. It is possible to book a seat here.
In order to take part in the whole congress (with parallel sessions and lunches) it is necessary to register as a participant and pay a congress fee.