International Workshop on
Logic and Philosophy of Knowledge,
Communication and Action
Donostia - San Sebastián (Spain), November 3-5, 2010
This Workshop seeks to examine and explore issues concerning the logical and philo-
sophical aspects of knowledge, communication and action in an integrated view. Per-
spectives are sought from those engaged in the elds of logic, history and philosophy
of logic, logic applied to arti cial intelligence and cognitive systems, general epistemol-
ogy, social epistemology, belief theory, communication theory, discourse theory, formal
semantics, pragmatics, philosophy of action, and history of philosophy connected with
those topics. These disciplines are indicative only as papers are welcomed from any
area, in which logic and philosophy of KCA play a part.
Sergei ARTEMOV (City University of New York)
Arnon AVRON (School of Computer Science, Tel Aviv University)
Carlos MOYA (University of Valencia)
Jaroslav PEREGRIN (University of Hradec Kr.alov.e, Czech Republic)
Alexandru BALTAG (Computing Laboratory, Oxford University)
Patrick BLACKBURN (CNRS-Loria, France)
Eric PACUIT (Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Tilburg Univ.)
John SYMONS (University of Texas, El Paso)
X. Arrazola (Donostia, Secretary), R. Bosch (Oviedo), M. Colombetti (Trier),
J. Ezquerro (Donostia), J.M. Larrazabal (Donostia), J.Mart..nez (Barcelona),
E. Rast (Lisboa), F. Salto (Leon), S. Sequoiah-Grayson (Oxford),
M. Vazquez (La Laguna)
Organized by: Sponsored by:
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovaci.on
Contributed papers (25-30 minutes) may be presented on any of the following themes:
Applied logics of knowledge, knowledge acquisition and transmission, knowledge in a
Logics of belief, belief formation and justi cation, belief update and revision,
Philosophy of information.
Logics of communication.
Non-classical logics applied to information and cognition.
Philosophy of communication.
General logics of action, dynamic logic, logic of intentions and goals, game-theoretical
Logics for social action, collective action, and cooperative action.
Probability logics, non-monotonic logics, and hybrid logics connected to KCA.
The history of logics of KCA.
Authors wishing to submit a paper should send byJune 25, 2010, a 4-page (2000-
2500 words) abstract, with no more than ve keywords, and including separately
notes and references at the end, by e-mail to the Secretary of the Program Committee
(email@example.com). If selected for presentation, 15-20 pages papers
should be submitted by September 4, 2010.
Papers will be blind peer reviewed, by the Program Committee. The Proceedings
with the lectures, tutorials and contributed papers will be published by The University
of the Basque Country Press, before the beginning of the Workshop.
June 25, 2010Deadline for Contributed Papers.
July 9, 2010Noti cation of acceptance/rejection.
If selected for presentation
September 4, 2010Deadline for Papers. (15-20 pages papers)
The Registration fee (including Proceedings) is 120 euro (70 euro for students)
beforeOctober 4, 2010.
Dr. Xabier Arrazola Dr. Mar..a Ponte
Secretary of the Program Committee Secretary of the Organizing Committee
E. Alonso (London), E. Casaban (Valencia), E. Ezenarro (Donostia), L. A. P.erez
Miranda (Donostia), M. Ponte (Donostia, Secretary),
M. Sebastian (Barcelona), R. Trypuz (Lublin), A. Ulazia (Eibar)