3rd World Congress on Logic and Religion – WoCoLoR 2020

Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi, India)

November 8-12, 2020


- Deadline: April 3

- Submission:

- Website:

- Notification of acceptance: April 20




- Joseph Dauben, CUNY (USA)

- Stephen Priest, Oxford University (UK)

- Bo Mou, San Jose State University (USA)

- Itala D'Ottaviano, University of Campinas (Brazil)

- Stephen Phillips, University of Texas (USA)

- Ephraim Meir, Bar-Ilan University (Israel)

- Prof. Jerome (Yehuda) Gellman, Emeritus, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)

- Wolfgang Lenzen, University of Osnabrueck (Germany)

- Ali Sadegh Daghighi, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (Iran)

- Anand Vaidya, San Jose State University (USA)

- Eberhard Guhe, Fudan University (China)





Accepted abstractions will be published in the congress proceedings, which will be available during the congress. After the meeting authors will be invited to submit a complete version of their works, which will be peer-reviewed and published in a book and/or special issues of journals with publishers of international recognition. 


Peer-reviewed papers of previous WoCoLoR’s appeared as special issues of Logica Universalis (Springer), Sophia (Springer) and the Journal of Applied Logics (College Publications).





The following workshops will happen inside WoCoLoR 2020:


- Consciousness, Post-materialism in Science and the Soul

- Formal Natural Theology

- Judaism, Christianity and Logic

- Logic and Religion in Schopenhauer

- Logical Pluralism vs. Logical Revision

- Mathematics and Religion



08 Nov 2020 > Ocorrido há 23 dias
08 Nov 2020 - 12 Nov 2020
03 Abr 2020
Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi, India)
3rd World Congress



We invite submissions of contributed papers on general topics related to Logic and Religion, including but not restricted to:


- Arguments for and against God’s existence

- Logic and the concept of God 

- Science and religion

- Rationality and religious belief

- Argumentation and reason in world religious traditions

- Justification in religious legal traditions

- Non-classical logics and religion

- Religion and history of logic


Abstracts must have a maximum of 600 words and be written in English according to our template; they must be submitted via Easychair by April 3 (note that prior registration with EasyChair is required). Notification of acceptance will be released on April 20, 2020. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the congress. 


- Template:

- EasyChair Submission:



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