[Humanist] 28.524 pubs: Abduction cfp

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 524.
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        Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:07:58 +0000
        From: Computational Philosophy Laboratory <cp-lab at unipv.it>
        Subject: DEADLINE EXTENSION IfColog  Journal - Special Issue Frontiers of Abduction, guest editor Lorenzo Magnani
        In-Reply-To: <547B53C3.5030708 at unipv.it>


FRONTIERS OF ABDUCTION
IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications

DEADLINE was EXTENDED to January 25, 2015 because of several requests
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Length: about 15-25 pages
It is available the LaTeX .cls style

IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications
Special Issue FRONTIERS OF ABDUCTION
guest editor Lorenzo Magnani

This journal is free open access journal, published also by College
Publication, in both paper and electronic form. Authors retain copyright.
It has the same standard as the other OUP journals run by Dov Gabbay and
the body of referees and editors is the same.
The following is information about this journal

IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications
http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/journals/ifcolog/

The IfColog Journal of Logics and their Applications covers all areas of
pure and applied logic, broadly construed. All papers published are open
access, and available via the College Publications website. This Journal
is open access, and available in both printed and electronic formats. It
is published by College Publications

Background

•  The International Federation of Computational Logic (IfCoLog) sponsors
•  THREE logic journals, two published by OUP (The Logic J of the IGPL
and the Journal of Logic and Computation) and one published by Elsevier
(Journal of Applied Logic)
•  Both the OUP Journals are highly successful (many submissions and
high impact factor)
•  The community has expressed a desire for some form of open access.
So the same people involved in the journals above started this new journal.





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