CfP special issue on Valerie Plumwood's contributions to logic in AustJL, Deadline: 4 Jul 2022

Guillermo Badia guillebadia89 at
Fri May 13 08:31:27 EDT 2022

In 1967, Valerie Plumwood (then Routley) presented a talk entitled "Some
False Laws of Logic" to the St. Andrews logic group in which she mounted
criticisms of classical logic. The paper version of the talk was written
but never published in full, but it was influential in later work in
relevant and paraconsistent logic of the Australasian school.

A special issue of the Australasian Journal of Logic will be compiled in
order to celebrate Plumwood's contributions to logic, and to make this
paper available. We invite contributed papers dealing with any topic
concerning Plumwood's work on logic.

Submissions (preferably in LaTeX or pdf) will be peer reviewed according to
the standards of the AJL, and should be submitted to the editors (Andrew
Tedder and Guillermo Badia) at: at
guillebadia89 at

Submission Deadline: July 4, 2022

Any contributor wanting a copy of Plumwood's paper, or with any questions
about submissions, is encouraged to email the editors.
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