The Review of Symbolic Logic

The Review of Symbolic Logic is designed to cultivate research on the borders of logic, philosophy, and the sciences, and to support substantive interactions between these disciplines. The Review welcomes submissions in any of the following areas, broadly construed:

  • The general study of logical systems and their semantics, including non-classical logics and algebraic logic
  • Philosophical logic and formal epistemology, including interactions with decision theory and game theory
  • The history, philosophy, and methodology of logic and mathematics, including the history of philosophy of logic and mathematics
  • Applications of logic to the sciences, such as computer science, cognitive science, and linguistics
  • Logical results addressing foundational issues in the sciences

For information on how to submit papers to the Review, see the RSL Guidelines. Authors should review the ASL’s policy on Publication Ethics.

The Review began publication in June 2008. General subscription and access information to The Review can be found at . Members of the Association can register for an individual account to access all the journals.