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\n Logic as a discipline is not characterized by a stable scope\n throughout its history. T rue enough, the historical influence\n of A ristotelian logic over the centuries is something of a\n common denominator in Western philos ophy. But Aristotelian\n logic certainly wa s not alone (see stoic logic for instance),\n not to mention non-western logics. Even within the\n Aristotelian tradition there is signi ficant\n variability. Furthermore, as is we ll known, in the 19th\n century logic as a discipline underwent a radical\n modificati on, with the development of mathematical logic.\n This workshop, held at the 5th World Congre ss on Universal\n Logic in Istanbul, will f ocus on both the diversity and the\n unity of logic through time.\n

\n \n \n\n For more information, see\n http://www.uni-log.org/wk5-IOL.htm l\n

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