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14 - 18 March 2022, 10th International Conference on Non-Classical Logics, Theory & Applications (NCL'22), Łódź, Poland

Date: 14 - 18 March 2022
Location: Łódź, Poland
Deadline: Sunday 7 November 2021

The Conference - devoted to non-classical logics - was initially held in Łódź in September 2008 and 2009. The conference serves as a forum to effectively exchange novel results and to survey works in widely understood non-classical logics and their applications.This year's tenth edition of the Conference will be an occasion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the logic journal Bulletin of the Section of Logic, established in 1971.

During this year's edition of the conference there will be two special sessions: a session devoted to formal ontology, broadly conceived, and a special session in memoriam J. Michael Dunn who passed away on April, 5, 2021.

Due to the current situation concerning COVID-19 and very uncertain predictions about what will happen in the autumn, after several consultations the organizers of the conference decided to postpone it until the year 2022. We want the event to keep its on-site character, which, however, requires that the pandemic is overcome. The conference date has been changed to 14-18.03.2022 and hopefully it will not have to be subject to further revision.

Participants are requested to submit their papers on all topics relevant to the conference. Topics of either theoretical or applied interest include, but are not limited to: many-valued logics, modal logics, non-monotonic logics, paraconsistent logics, plausible reasoning, substructural logics, contra-classical logics, relevant and connexive logics, and/or description logics. Contributions from other related areas such as: cognitive science, computer science, foundations of mathematics, philosophy of language, and/or philosophy of mind, are also welcome. Cross-cutting contributions are particularly welcome.

Articles should be in English, written in the EPTCS format. . They must not exceed 12 pages excluding references and clearly marked appendices.


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