Chairing: Ricardo Silvestre
|The Problem of Future Contingents and Divine Foreknowledge in John Aurifaber
|20 Particles and Their Mother
|God’s omniscience, Newcomb's Paradox and probability of conditionals
|Antilogisms and Antinomies: Comparing the Role of Contradiction in Christine Ladd-Franklin’s Theory of Deductive Reasoning and Semyon Frank’s Theory of Mystical Discourse
|Empirical arguments for God in the Hebrew Scriptures
Chairing: Christopher Ryan
|Purely Formal Apocalypses?
|Logical Concept or Religious Conversion: The Notion of Analysis in Pseudo-Dionysius, Eriugena, and Hugh of Saint-Victor
|The Rise and Fall of Logical Positivism: A Critical Examination of its Approach to Religious Language
|The difference in the creation principle between Islamic religion and Greek mythology and its impact on the relationship between Arabic logic and Aristotelian logic
Chairing: Ioannis Vandoulakis
|A Graceful Integration of the Finite with the Infinite of Heavens
|Pascalian Infinite "Simpletic Poly-Numbers" and the Creation Ex Nihilo
Chairing: Anand Jayprakash Vaidya
|Beauty Reveals Truth and Goodness
|The Privation Theory of Evil and Logical Realism: How things really are when they are in privation of something?
|Science or Religion? — Similitudes and Dissimilitudes
|Free will, determinism and God's omniscience
|KEYNOTE: Paradox and Human Flourishing: the Special Case in Ecclesiastes
Chairing: Jason Cronbach Van Boom
|KEYNOTE: About Kant's Unique Possible Foundation of a Demonstration of the Existence of God
|Marguerite Porete on the dualism of good and evil
|The universal symbol of the cross as the sign of balancing opposites and generating order. A comparative study.
|New Horizons for Science and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE): Motivations and Results
|Symbolism and Protestant Academy
|Anselmian Ontological Argument Reconsidered as a Religious Thought Experiment
University of Oxford
The Consistency of the Concept of God
Saint Louis University
Paradox and Human Flourishing: the Special Case in Ecclesiastes
University of Bucharest
University of Leeds,
University of Southern California
Logic and Religion
Logic, Experience and Awakening: Continuities in Buddhist Thought and Pesctice
Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
How to Merge the Anselmian and Cartesian Ontological Arguments. New Formalized Synthesis
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, President of the Schopenhauer Society
Is knowledge made of a harder material than faith? Mythos and Logos in Schopenhauer
University of Bern
About Kant's Unique Possible
Foundation of a Demonstration
of the Existence of God
Orthodox Academy of Crete
Face-to-Face: Exploring a Path of Reconciliation Inside the Nature
The institutional organizer of 4th World Congress on Logic and Religion is the Logic and Religion Association.
The supporting co-organizer of this event is Ian Ramsey Centre (Oxford University).
The programme of the congress is available here: 4WOCOLOR Programme
The Congress consists of 8 thematic workshops and a general session. Every day (except Sunday) the meetings start at 9.00 a.m. (local time).
The conference will be held in the Hotel Palace (hotelpalacesinaia.ro), one of the most famous hotels in Sinaia, Romania.
The sessions will take place in the conference halls.
Every contributing speaker will have 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. Please prepare your presentations in a communicative way.
Learn about visas here: https://www.mae.ro/en/node/2035
Apply for e-visa: https://eviza.mae.ro
To organize your trip from the airport to Sinaia and back, send your dates of arrival and departure, name of the airport and flight number and where you are coming from to Daniel Molto: D.Molto@sussex.ac.uk
WoCoLoR 4 will take place at the Palace Hotel in Sinaia, Romania https://hotelpalacesinaia.ro/
This is where the lectures will be presented and where keynote speakers and organisers will stay.
We encourage contributing speakers also to stay in this classy hotel. The special price for the event is 90 EUR for a single room, 96 EUR for a double room, in both cases with breakfast included.
To book your room write to Elisa Nicolaescu: email@example.com putting in the subject line of your email: WoCoLoR4 - Contributing Speaker; in the body of the email specify in particular your dates of departure and arrival.
The event will start Sept 3 and will end Sept 8 in the evening. We therefore recommand arrival on Sept 3 and departure on Sept 9. The Palace Hotel is securing 80 rooms for contributing speakers until July 20. The rooms will be attributed on the first come first served basis.
The weather in Sinaia can be really cold even at the beginning of September. Please bring some warm clothing.
3 Krakowskie Przedmiescie Str, 00-927 Warsaw, Poland