Axiomatic Theories of Truth

A conference "Axiomatic Theories of Truth" is held on September 19-20, 2011, at University of Oxford, UK.  The conference is organized by the AHRC project "Inexpressibility and Reflection in the Formal Sciences".

The axiomatic theory of truth is an interdisciplinary subject of philosophy and mathematical  logic, which has been rapidly developing in recent two decades.  The conference aims at bringing experts together from both philosophy and mathematical logic and presenting recent researches and results in the area. 

The conference consists of 10 invited talks on axiomatic theories of truth.  The below is the list of our invited speakers:
  • Riccardo Bruni (Florence, Italy) 
  • Andrea Cantini (Florence, Italy)
  • Cezary Cieśliński (Warsaw, Poland)
  • Sebastian Eberhard (Bern, Switzerland)
  • Martin Fischer (Munich, Germany)
  • Kentaro Fujimoto (Oxford, UK)
  • Leon Horsten (Bristol, UK) 
  • Reinhard Kahle (Lisbon, Portugal)
  • Jeff Ketland (Munich, Germany)
  • Graham Leigh (Oxford, UK)
  • Thomas Strahm (Bern, Switzerland)
For the titles and abstracts of the talks, please see "Abstracts and Timetable".

We welcome participations from any related areas and hope for fruitful interactions and discussions with speakers.  

Registration: To register, please contact Kentaro Fujimoto by August 31, 2011.  There is no registration fee. 

This conference is supported by: