Society of Deontic Logic and Normative Systems
The Society of Deontic Logic and Normative Systems is concerned with fostering research and communication on deontic logic and normative systems, and aims to build bridges between disciplines like ethics, law, linguistics, philosophy, computer science, game theory, the social sciences, artificial intelligence, and mathematics.
Its primary activities include organizing a series of prestigous conferences, the International Conferences on Deontic Logic and Normative Systems (DEON), cooperating with workshops on related topics, maintaining informational materials at this website, and maintaining a DEON-related mailing list.
The DEON conferences series has been held biannually since 1991. While its initiators where mostly from computer science, the series now brings together researchers from various fields, including computer science, philosophy, legal theory, and linguistics.
DEON 2025: Call for Hosting Bid
The DEON steering committee is currently soliciting bids to host the 2025 edition of DEON, the International Conference on Deontic Logic and Normative Systems. The host will work together with PC chairs to organize the 2025 instalment of the conference series. Proposals should be emailed to Olivier Roy by April 8th, 2024 and should include the following:
- A proposal for a DEON-related theme for the 2025 edition;
- The names of the members of the organizing committee;
- Possible or intended dates of the conference;
- The intended venue, with a description of available rooms and facilities and a plan to make the conference hybrid (in-person and virtual), including recordings;
- Plans for additional or co-located events, if any;
- An initial rough budget, including the intended registration fees and funding sources.