New Waves in Philosophical Logic, edited by Greg Restall and Gillian Russell, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Philosophical logic has been, and continues to be, a driving force behind much progress and development in philosophy more broadly. This collection of 12 original papers by 15 up-and-coming philosophical logicians deals with a broad range of topics, including proof-theory, probability, context-sensitivity, dialetheism and dynamic semantics. If the discipline’s past influence on the core areas of philosophy is anything to go by, then the scholars and the ideas in these pages are the ones to watch. Here are the essays in the volume.

  • Introduction, Greg Restall and Gillian Russell
  • How Things Are Elsewhere, Wolfgang Schwarz
  • Information Change and First-Order Dynamic Logic, Barteld Kooi
  • Interpreting and Applying Proof Theories for Modal Logic, Francesca Poggiolesi and Greg Restall
  • The Logic(s) of Modal Knowledge, Daniel Cohnitz
  • From Type-Free Truth to Type-Free Probability, Hannes Leitgeb
  • Dogmatism, Probability and Logical Uncertainty, David Jehle and Brian Weatherson
  • Skepticism about Reasoning, Sherrilyn Roush, Kelty Allen and Ian Herbert
  • Lessons in Philosophy of Logic from Medieval Obligationes, Catarina Dutilh Novaes
  • How to Rule Out Things with Words:Strong Paraconsistency and the Algebra of Exclusion, Francesco Berto
  • Lessons from the Logic of Demonstratives, Gillian Russell
  • The Multitude View on Logic, Matti Eklund

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