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Thu 03 Feb 1994

Calls: Logic and Language Symposium

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Message 1: Call for papers: Logic and Language Symposium (Please Post)

Date: Tue, 1 Feb 1994 14:23:58 +Call for papers: Logic and Language Symposium (Please Post)
From: Jeffrey Goldberg <goldbergnytud.hu>
Subject: Call for papers: Logic and Language Symposium (Please Post)

 PLEASE POST PLEASE POST PLEASE POST PLEASE POST

 SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

 Fifth Symposium on Logic and Language

The Fifth Symposium on Logic and Language (LL5) will be
held in Hungary from September 2 to September 5 or 6 [Note: the
finishing date is subject to change depending on the number
of participants].

Abstracts are welcome on all subjects of natural language
semantics and logics related to natural language, but abstracts
specifically addressing issues of focus, contrast and
presupposition are especially encouraged.

Abstracts should be detailed (at least 2 pages, or 500 words)
and may be sent either by E-mail to

 LL5nytud.hu

or 3 copies by post to

 Jeff Goldberg (Rm 119)
 Linguistics Research Institute
 PO Box 19
 H-1250 Budapest
 Hungary

Deadline for receipt of abstracts is April 15, 1994

The Logic and Language Symposia are held every second year in
varying places in Hungary. We are currently exploring
a new venue for the symposium, in a mansion in the
mountains of north-east Hungary.

Please: In order to make arrangements, we need to have
some idea of how many people will be participating. If you
are interested, please let us know as soon as possible,
stating, as best you can at this point, whether you
expect to participate.

For more information concerning the symposium or to
be added to our mailing list, please feel free
to get in touch with us at the addresses above, or by
FAX (36-1) 115-14-18.

PLEASE POST this notice lor pass it on to others who may
be interested.

--
Jeffrey Goldberg Linguistics Research Institute of the
goldbergnytud.hu Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 FAX: (36-1) 115-1418
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