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    Time: 8h

    Location: Arena Copacabana Hotel - Rio de Janeiro, RJ

    Workshop Organized by Fábio Bertato and Nicola Salvatore, UNICAMP: State University of Campinas, SP, Brazil

    In this workshop, we aim to address a number of interdependent questions at the intersection between Logic and Philosophy of Religion.

    In particular, we aim to cast light on the nature, the logic and the internal coherence of religious discourse, and especially of the notions of Creation.

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
    Karl Josef Romer

    Emeritus Bishop of the Archdiocese of St Sebastian of Rio de Janeiro

    CALL FOR PAPERS. WE INVITE SUBMISSIONS OF PROPOSALS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED, TO:

    – Are the attributes of the God of Classical Theism logically consistent?

    – Is the Theistic account of creation ex nihilo tenable?

    – What is the logic of religious discourse?

    – Are there plausible arguments to support the existence of the God Creator of Classical Theism?

    – Is creativity a virtue?

    – Is Paraconsistent Logic applicable to the Philosophy of Religion?

    Contributions connected to the Big Questions contemplated by the Templeton Project “Formal Approaches to Philosophy of Religion and Analytic Theology” are welcome.

    Please, see: https://www.templeton.org/…/formal-approaches-to-philosophy…

    Papers should be prepared for blind review and suitable for a 30 minutes presentation (including discussion).

    SEND A ONE PAGE ABSTRACT TO fmbertato@cle.unicamp.br BY NOVEMBER 15, 2019.

    https://sites.google.com/view/creativity2019/workshops/creation-creativity-logic