[FOM] The Reasoner 3(1) available to download

Jon Williamson j.williamson at kent.ac.uk
Fri Dec 19 10:22:25 EST 2008

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

Editorial - Phyllis McKay
Interview with Samir Okasha - Phyllis McKay
Supposed Liars, Divine Liars and Semantics - Hartley Slater
Is Scientific Modeling an Indirect Methodology? - Karlis Podnieks
The Red Herring of Logical Impossibility: Blum on the Immovable Stone - 
Majid Amini
Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope, 20-22 November - Jaakko Kuorikoski
Inference, Consequence, and Meaning, 3-4 December - Lilia Gurova
The Identity of the Indiscernibles - Matteo Morganti
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Marco Sgarbi

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

The Reasoner welcomes submissions:
- Submitted articles (100-1000 words)
- Submitted items of news
- Letters
- Conference announcements
- Job announcements
- Advertisements

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please email
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Jon Williamson, Editor
Federica Russo, Assistant Editor 

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