[FOM] The Reasoner 6(5) available for download

Jon Williamson J.Williamson at kent.ac.uk
Mon Apr 30 11:22:14 EDT 2012

The latest issue of The Reasoner is now freely available for download in pdf format at

Editorial - Amirouche Moktefi

Interview with Ivor Grattan-Guinness - Amirouche Moktefi

Induction and Supposition - Brian Weatherson

Lucky Decisions: A Reply to Marouf - Gerald Harrison

Axiomatic vs Semantic Truth, 14--16 March - Martin Fischer & Julien Murzi

Conference on Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, 15--18 March - Theodore Arabatzis

Empirical Philosophy of Science, 21--23 March - Hanne Andersen & Susann Wagenknecht

Dynamics of Argumentation, Rules and Conditionals, 2--3 April - Tjitze Rienstra

British Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science, 2--5 April - Ian Pratt-Hartmann

PhDs in Logic IV, 12--13 April - Mathieu Beirlaen & Tjerk Gauderis

Logic and Rational Interaction - Dominik Klein

Uncertain Reasoning - Hykel Hosni

The Reasoner (www.thereasoner.org) is a monthly digest highlighting exciting
new research on reasoning, inference and method broadly construed. It is interdisciplinary,
covering research in, e.g., philosophy, logic, AI, statistics, cognitive science, 
law, psychology, mathematics and the sciences. 

The Reasoner welcomes submissions:
- Submitted articles (100-1000 words)
- Submitted items of news
- Letters
- Conference announcements
- Job announcements
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Jon Williamson, Editor
Federica Russo, Features Editor
Lorenzo Casini, News Editor
Michael Wilde, Production Editor

Editorial board:
Andrew Aberdein, Humanities and Communication, Florida Institute of Technology
Gustavo Cevolani, Philosophy, Bologna
David Corfield, Philosophy, Kent
Franz Dietrich, CERSES, Paris-Descartes & Economics, East Anglia
Catarina Dutilh Novaes, Philosophy, Groningen
Maria Jose Garcia Encinas, Philosophy, Grenada
Ulrike Hahn, Psychology, Cardiff
Jeffrey N. Helzner, Philosophy, Columbia
Dawn Holmes, Statistics and Applied Probability, California Santa Barbara
Kevin Korb, Information Technology, Monash
Mary Leng, Philosophy, York
Sabina Leonelli, Sociology & Philosophy, Exeter 
Bert Leuridan, Philosophy, Ghent
Phyllis McKay Illari, Science & Technology Studies, UCL
Caterina Marchionni, Philosophy, Helsinki 
Matteo Morganti, Philosophy, Rome 3
Wendy Parker, Philosophy, Ohio 
Niki Pfeifer, Philosophy, Munich 
Gabriella Pigozzi, Computer Science and Decision Making, Paris Dauphine
Amit Pundik, Law, Tel Aviv
Jan-Willem Romeijn, Philosophy, Groningen
Olivier Roy, Philosophy, LMU Munich
Sonja Smets, Logic, Language and Computation, Amsterdam 
Jan Sprenger, Philosophy, Tilburg
Katie Steele, Philosophy, Logic & Scientific Method, LSE
Zach Weber, Philosophy, Sydney
Gregory Wheeler, Artificial Intelligence, New University of Lisbon

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