Amsterdam Workshop on Truth
13-15 March 2013


The Amsterdam Workshop on Truth is organised by the Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation of the University of Amsterdam

The workshop will take place from Wednesday the 13th to Friday the 15th of March 2013.

The workshop is intended to serve as a meeting point for researchers working on the philosophy of truth in order to discuss latest results and work in progress.
It will address a wide range of truth-related topics and it is open to more formal or less formal approaches.

The following speakers have confirmed participation:

Stefan Wintein,  Philip Welch,  Albert Visser,  Giulia Terzian,  Johannes Stern, Jönne Speck,  Sonja Smets,  Georg Schiemer,  Robert van Rooij,  Carlo Nicolai, Iris Loeb, Øystein Linnebo,  Graham Leigh,  Jeffrey Ketland,  Leon Horsten,  Volker Halbach, Nina Gierasimczuk,  Martin Fischer, Paul Egré, Theodora Achourioti.

Workshop venues (map):

Wednesday 13 March, Thursday 14 March: VOC-zall, Bushuis
Friday 15 March: Oudemanhuispoort A0.08

The workshop will start on Wednesday at 12:00 and end on Friday at 15:00.

Attendance is free of charge, however, registration is required. 

The workshop is further supported by the following projects: AHRC Research Project: Inexpressibility and Reflection in the formal sciencesDFG-project: Syntactical Treatments of Interacting Modalities; ERC starting grant: Plurals, Predicates, and Paradox: Towards a Type-Free Account; ERC starting grant: The Logical Structure of Correlated Information Change; ESF-project: Communication in Context.

One session is organised together with the ERC starting grant: Tarski's Revolution: A New History.

The organisers acknowledge local support by the ILLC buro in finances and administration, and would like to thank especially Peter van Ormondt and Marco Vervoort.