April 16, 2008

I’m off to Tartu in late August, for what looks like a really fun conference on logical pluralism. The list of speakers is extraordinarily high-powered. Having so many smart people talk about logical pluralism is exciting, and not a little bit scary.

If you’re interested in coming along, let the organisers know by July 1. If you’re interested in the state of the art on logical pluralism, this conference is the place to be.

Thanks, Daniel, Marcus and Peter for organising this. It’s going to be my highlight of the second half of the year.


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