Now for the plea. Did anyone say Dover?
Update: From the comments, here is a somewhat cheaper alternative.
The Association of Symbolic Logic (ASL) has just launched a new journal, the Review of Symbolic Logic (RSL). It is published by Cambridge University Press. The first issue has just appeared and you can see the table of contents and download articles from the journal's CUP homepage at:
RSL is devoted to philosophical and non-classical logics and their applications, history and philosophy of logic, and philosophy and methodology of mathematics. Submissions are welcome.
The Journal of Philosophical Logic is proud to announce its new editorial team at the ESSLLI 2008 Summer School in Hamburg, Germany. We warmly invite you to a reception on Monday August 11th, starting at 18.45. With special thanks to the ESSLLI organizing committee and to Springer Verlag for their support.
Information on ESSLLI: http://www.illc.uva.nl/
The reception: http://www.illc.uva.nl/
The Journal of Philosophical Logic: http://www.springer.com/
The annual Moral Philosophy vs Logic & Metaphysics football game was recently played in St Andrews. Following up good play from the last two years, Logic & Metaphysics yet again stole the title, albeit with a narrow win: 2-1. A nasty comparison of Logic & Metaphysics with Chelsea has circulated, but there is not truth to the accusation that Arché PhDs has a clause in their scholarship contracts demanding football skills. In fact, we have a clause not allowing us to talk about it.
Some more words on LOGICA. And, an opportunity to share a couple of pictures from the event. There are a couple of talks I want to mention in particular. As I said in the last post, the first day was something of a proof-theoretic semantics extravaganza, with Prawitz kicking off the event. What made it so enjoyable was that I finally got to meet a couple of people that I knew were writing their thesis (or had been writing their thesis) on topics closely related to my own.