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\n This is the seventh in the progic series of c onferences, which\n seeks to address the qu estions of whether, and if so, how,\n proba bility and logic should be combined. The 2015 conf erence\n will also be interested in connect ions between formal\n epistemology and indu ctive logic. Can inductive logic shed\n lig ht on epistemological questions to do with belief, \n judgement etc.? Can epistemological cons iderations lead to a\n viable notion of ind uctive logic?\n

\nInvited speake rs include: Richard Bradley, Dorothy Edgington,\n John Norton, Jeanne Peijnenburg. The conferen ce will be preceded\n by a two-day Spring Sch ool, where introductory lectures on the\n the mes of the conference will be given by Juergen Lan des, Jeff\n Paris, Niki Pfeifer, Gregory Whee ler, Jon Williamson.\n

\n \n \nA limited number of bursaries are available to postgraduate students\n attending the S pring School and the conference: these will cover 50% of\n accommodation and registration cos ts.\n For further details please see the co nference website\n http://www.kent.ac.uk/secl/philosophy/jw/201 5/progic/.\n

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We invite submissions of two-page extended abs tracts of talks\n for presentation at the wor kshop. These should be sent by email\n to j.landes at kent.ac.uk by 1st November 2014.\n There will also be a special issue of the Journal of App lied\n Logic devoted to the themes of this wo rkshop. We invite\n submissions of papers to this volume.\n

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