The deadline for submitting abstracts for the international conference on the History of Logic in the Islamic World has been extended until 31 .October 2022

 

The international conference on the History of Logic in the Islamic World will be held between March 6-8, 2023 by the logic group at the Iranian Institute of Philosophy (IRIP) in collaboration with the Iranian Association for Logic (IAL), Iranian Philosophical Society (IPS), Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Fundamental Sciences (IRFS), and the Science and Research Branch of the Islamic Azad University.

Call for Papers:

On behalf of the organizing committee, we kindly invite all researchers in logic, history, and philosophy to contribute to the conference with papers on the topics listed below.

Conference Scope:

A. Pre-Avicennan Logic

The development of Aristotelian logic in the Islamic world
The effects of Aristotle’s commentators on Islamic logicians
Aristotle’s Muslim commentators

B. Avicenna’s Logic

Avicenna’s reception of Aristotle
The effects of Aristotle’s commentators on Avicenna
Avicenna’s logical novelties
The commentators and the critics of Avicenna’s logic

C. Post-Avicennan Logic

The development of logic after Avicenna
The profound logicians after Avicenna
The logical schools and circles after Avicenna
Avicennan logic in the contemporary Islamic world
Avicennan logic in the geographic regions of the Islamic world

D. Comparative logic

Comparison of the Muslims’ logical points of view
Comparison of logic in the Islamic world and Mediaeval Europe
Comparison of logic in the Islamic world and the Islamic sciences
Comparison of logic in the Islamic world and the linguistic sciences
Comparison of logic in the Islamic world and Mathematics and Physics
Comparison of logic in the Islamic world and the modern logic

Organizers:

Asadollah Fallahi, Iranian Institute of Philosophy (IRIP)
Alireza Darabi, Iranian Institute of Philosophy (IRIP)
Ali Sadegh Daghighi, Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Fundamental Sciences (IRFS)

Keynote Speakers:

Asad Ahmed, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Mohammad Ardeshir, Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Saloua Chatti, University of Tunis, Tunisia

Khaled El-Rouayheb, Harvard University, USA

Wilfrid Hodges, British Academy, UK

Ahmet Kayacik, Erciyes University, Turkiye

Ismail Latif Hacinebioglu, Istanbil University, Turkiye

Seyyed Nasrollah Mousavian, Loyola University, USA

Zia Movahed, Iranian Institute of Philosophy, Iran 

Necmeddin Pehlivan, Ankara Universiy, Turkiye

Shahid Rahman, University of Lille, France

Tony Street, University of Cambridge, UK 

Riccardo Strabino, Tufts University, USA


Practical Information:


1. In order to contribute to the conference, submit the abstract of your article via our paper submission system by August 31st, 2022 (now extended to October 31, 2022). Follow our formatting and submission guidelines available on the corresponding pages for further instructions.
2. The conference will be held in a hybrid format where some speakers will talk virtually and others will attend in person at the Iranian Institute of Philosophy (IRIP) in Tehran.
3. A proceeding of the papers presented at this conference will be published.
4. A certificate of contribution/participation will be presented to the speakers and attendees.
5. The articles will be indexed in the Islamic World Science Citation Center (ISC).

 

 


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