Trends in Logic
Studia Logica Library
The book series Trends in Logic is a collection covering essentially the same areas as the journal Studia Logica - that is, contemporary formal logic and its applications and relations to other disciplines. These include artificial intelligence, informatics, cognitive science, philosophy of science, and the philosophy of language. However, such a list is not exhaustive, moreover, the range of applications, comparisons and sources of inspiration, is open and evolves over time.
A typical volume in the series is a monograph which provides a coherent and structured account of the area that will be accessible to a rather wider audience. The intended audience of a book will of course vary somewhat according to the subject that it deals with, but in general it should include both specialists in that subject itself and others working in neighbouring issues who may be susceptible to the attractions of the author's theme.
Types of Books to be Published and Publication Frequency:
It is envisaged that the majority of volumes will be single or double authored monographs, although well-edited volumes on particular topics are also welcome. Typical books will average 250 printed pages, with an upper limit of 300 pages. Publication of two or four volumes per year is planned.
Authors interested in proposing a manuscript, either in progress or in conception can either consult the Publisher or one of the Editors.
Managing Editor:Ryszard Wójcicki, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
- Daniele Mundici, University of Milan, Italy
- Ewa Orlowska, National Institute of Telecommunications, Warsaw, Poland
- Heinrich Wansing, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
38 Volumes from 1997 – 2014Browse All Volumes