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Ludovica Glorioso (NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence)



In the age of the so-called information revolution, the ability to control, disrupt or manipulate the enemy’s information infrastructure has become as decisive as weapon superiority with respect to determining the outcome of conflicts. So much so that the Pentagon defines cyberspace as a new domain in which war is waged, alongside land, sea, air and space.

The proceedings from the Sixth Symposium at Royaumont in 1962 were titled Le concept d’information dans la science contemporaine (The Concept of Information in Contemporary Science) and were published three years later in Paris in 1965 by Les Éditions de Minuit.

International Association for Computing and Philosophy- IACAP'14 Deadline extended & registration open


The Third East-Asian School on Logic, Language and Computation (EASLLC 2014) will take place at Tsinghua University, China on July 2-8, 2014.  The event will start with an international workshop “Current Trends in Logic” on July 2, continue with the school on July 3-8. The program of the School will consist of six courses on logic in its interdisciplinary width. The courses cover logic, philosophy, computer science, and linguistics, with an emphasis on interaction between fields. There will be two plenary evening talks for a wider audience.

With the move of Logique et Analyse to a partial open access publication-policy, the 2006 special issue on Logic and the Philosophy of Information edited by Luciano Floridi and Patrick Allo is now freely accessible (free account required).


The Annual Meeting of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy
Anatolia College/ACT
Thessaloniki, Greece
July 2-4. 2014
Conference Website

The submission deadline for symposium proposals has been extended.

Women philosophers working in the philosophy of information can add their details here:


The International Association for Computing and Philosophy is proud to present the “Brian Michael Goldberg Memorial Award” to graduate students in recognisance of outstanding achievements in the areas of Computing and Philosophy.

This award is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon and carries a $500 USD stipend, which will be presented each year at one of the IACAP conferences. Nominees and applicants are welcome from around the world.

Submissions are invited for the Sixth Workshop on the Philosophy of Information, which will take place at Duke University, 15th–16th of May 2014.

Deadline: 1st of March (closed)


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