Submitted by Jürgen Landes (MCMP, LMU Munich).


The Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy invites extended abstracts for the following event: 

Progic 2021: Combining Probability and Logic

MCMP, LMU Munich

September 1-3, 2021

The 10th event in the Progic series of conferences is set to take place 1. Sep – 3. Sep 2021. This series has a long-standing interest in combining probability and logic.

The conference is preceded by a one day Summer School on 31. Aug 2021, where introductory lectures on the themes of the conference will be given by invited speakers.

Call for applications

Submissions are invited on topics that combine probability and logic such as:

  • Argumentation
  • Belief revision
  • Causal modelling
  • Decision making
  • Desirability
  • Game theory
  • Epistemic utility
  • Foundations – decision making & machine learning & mathematical & philosophical & statistical
  • Machine learning
  • Preference
  • Uncertain inference
  • History of these topics with a clear relevance for ongoing work

Progic 2021 is particularly interested in inductive logic and entropy with respect to foundations, applications and theory.

Submissions consist of an extended abstract (ca. 1000 words, pdf format) uploaded at easychair: The submissions page will also ask for a short abstract and keywords to sort submissions for review. Please, use the short abstract field to indicate whether you are interested in submitting a paper to a special issue with the Annals of Pure and Applied Logic that is edited in conjunction with Progic 2021. Submissions to Progic 2021 must be prepared for anonymous review.

Dates and Deadines

Submission Deadline: 31.03.2021

Notifications of Acceptance: 01.05.2021


Jürgen Landes (LMU Munich)