The Logic and Metaphysics Workshop and the Saul Kripke Center are hosting a day of talks on substructural Logics, hierarchies thereof, and solutions to the Liar on Friday, October 30, 2020. The schedule, NY time, will be as follows (abstracts can be accessed here):
10.00. Strict/Tolerant and Tolerant/Strict Logics, Melvin Fitting, CUNY.
11.40. Expressibility and the (Un)paradoxicality Paradoxes, Will Nava, NYU.
1.20. Lunch Break.
2.00. What is Meta-inferential Validity?, Chris Scambler, NYU.
3.40. Supervaluations and the Strict-Tolerant Hierarchy, Brian Porter, CUNY.
5.20. End (virtual gathering).
Talks will be on Zoom, and are open to all interested. A link will be sent out on the mailing lists of the Logic and Metaphysics Workshop and the Saul Kripke Center the day before. People not on either of those lists who want to receive the link should email Graham Priest (priest DOT graham AT gmail DOT com).
This event is part of The Graduate Center's Philosophy Program.