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Logical Form

When Sep 18, 2012 08:30 AM to
Sep 19, 2012 06:00 PM
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This conference will tackle the notion of logical form, and its application to natural and formal languages. In what sense is an argument valid (or invalid) in virtue of its form? What are the goals of formalisation? Does grammatical form really mislead as to logical form? And what are forms anyway, and how do they reflect the structure of the world?

The conference will run for two full days, Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th September 2012, at The Møller Centre in Cambridge.

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