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LOGLEG 2018 : Logic, Law and Legal Reasoning

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Link: https://www.uni-log.org/wk6-logic-law.html
 
When Jun 21, 2018 - Jun 26, 2018
Where Vichy, France
Abstract Registration Due Nov 1, 2017
Submission Deadline Oct 5, 2018
Notification Due Oct 25, 2018
Final Version Due Nov 1, 2018
Categories    logic   legal reasoning   argumentation theory   logic and law
 

Call For Papers

Workshop at UNILOG'2018
https://www.uni-log.org/start6.html

organized by
Shahid Rahman
Dpt. of Philosophy, Univ. Lille 3, UMR:8163, STL, CNRS, France

Matthias Armgardt
University of Konstanz, Germany

Hans Christian Nordtveit Kvernenes
Dpt. of Philosophy, Univ. Lille 3, UMR: 8163, STL, CNRS, France

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The workshop will discuss new insights in the interaction between logic and law, and more precisely the study of different answers to the question: What role does logic play in legal reasoning?

It will present both current challenges and historical perspectives in the relation between logic and law. The perspectives to be discussed involve the interface of the following studies:

Foundational studies
- Logical Principles and Frameworks
- Meaning
- Reasoning in Deontic Contexts

Applications
- Legal practice and Computer-Based Modelisations
- Argumentation Theory

Historical perspectives
- Legal reasoning in Ancient Roman, Arabic, Jewish and Far-East contexts
- Other contexts

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The submissions should contribute to the development of those perspectives by the discussion of subjects such as:

- Analogical Reasoning in Law
- Deontic Logic and Law
- Non-Monotonic Reasoning and Law
- Defeasible Reasoning and Law
- Argumentation Theory within legal Contexts
- Epistemic Logics and Law
- Joergensen's Dilemma
- Hypothetical Reasoning and Law
- Proof-Theory and Legal reasoning
- Reliability, Epistemic Logics and Legal Reasoning
- Probability and Legal Reasoning

Contributed talks should not exceed a duration of 30 minutes including discussion. A one-page abstract should be sent via email before 5. October 2017 to: nordtveitkvernenes@gmail.com

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