About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The journal "Logical investigations" is established by the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences. It is published twice a year and is a modern continuation of the annual Logical Investigations that was being published from 1993 to 2015. The aim of the journal is to maintain information exchange of the latest results obtained by both Russian logicians and their foreign colleagues from Asia, America and Europe. One of the important tasks of the journal is to help young researchers in conveying their results to a wide logical audience. The journal provides a platform for discussions concerning conceptual problems of the history of logic, modern logic, and logical techniques.
Main Topics Covered
– Traditional logic
– Symbolic logic (logical calculi, algebraic logic, model theory, proof theory)
– Non-classical logic (intuitionistic logic, modal logic, multi-valued logic, fuzzy logic, paraconsistent logic, substructural logic: including relevant logic, deontic logic, opinion logic , nonmonotonic logic, combinatorial logic and lambda calculus, quantum logic, Lesnevsky's systems, truth logic and other)
– Philosophy and logic (philosophy of logic, logical philosophy, ontology)
– Logic and language (logical analysis of the language, formal philosophy of language, linguistic foundations of logic)
– Applied logic (logic in computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences, formal epistemology)
– Theory and practice of argumentation
– History of logic
– Analytical reviews
Open Access Policy
Publication in "Logical Investigations" is free of charge for all the authors. The journal doesn't have any Article processing charges. The journal doesn't have any Article submission charges.