Call for Papers

New Deadline for submissions: 22.06.2012

T he application of formal tools from logic and rational choice theory to the analysis of ethical concepts and theories is a rapidly growing field of research. It has shed new light on a variety of concepts that are central to ethical theory, such as freedom, responsibility, values, norms, and conventions. We invite submissions to Formal Ethics 2012, to be held at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy on October 11th to 13th, 2012. The workshop aims to bring together researchers at the crossroads of ethical theory and formal methods.

Aside from the contributed talks, the workshop will feature keynote addresses from:

JOHN F. HORTY (Maryland)

Authors should send an extended abstract (1000 words max, pdf or postscript format) together with their name, institutional affiliation(s) and current position(s) to the Organizing Committee ( with the mention "Submission" in the email topic. We especially encourage graduate students to submit. Additionally, there are few travel grants for up to 500 Euro available. If you want to apply for a grant, please say so in your submission.

Organizing Committee:
Albert J.J. Anglberger (Munich)
Norbert Gratzl (Munich)
Olivier Roy (Munich)

Contact and further information:

Important dates.
New Deadline for submissions: 22.06.2012.
New Date for Notification of acceptance: 27.07.2012.
Workshop: October 11th to 13th, 2012

Testability and Meaning deco