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

Jon Williamson J.Williamson at kent.ac.uk
Thu May 31 04:47:53 EDT 2012

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


Editorial: Much ado about nothing - Mary Leng

Interview with Jody Azzouni - Mary Leng

Truth and Success, Again: Reply to Held on Generalist versus Particularist (Anti-)Realism - Matteo Morganti

The Right Squares - Hartley Slater

Sellars at 100: ``No Intellectual Holds Barred'' on Kant, Science, and Sensibility - James R. O'Shea

Midwest Workshop in the Philosophy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, 13--14 April - Bernd Buldt & Ioan Muntean

The Progress of Science, 25--27 April - Jan Sprenger

Expressivism and Epistemic Normativity, 9--10 May - Anne Coubray

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

- Advertisements

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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