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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

NEW JOURNAL: SAJL, South American Journal of Logic


South American Journal of Logic
Launching of a new journal of logic in-print and on-line
Edited by Jean-Yves.Beziau and Marcelo Coniglio

South America is one of the 7 continents of the earth with many different 
countries and languages.

This SAJL will promote interaction among logicians based in South America 
and also between logicians from South America and logicians from other 

The aim of the South American Journal of Logic is to promote logic in all 
its aspects: philosophical, mathematical, computational, historical by 
publishing high quality peer-reviewed papers.

You are welcome to submit a paper. Send your paper in PDF to: 


Jean-Yves Beziau
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian Research Council and 
Brazilian Academy of Philosophy - Brazil

Marcelo Coniglio
Center for Logic and Dpt of Philosophy, State University of Campinas, 
UNICAMP - Brazill

Editorial Board

Walter Carnielli
Dpt of Philosophy, State University of Campinas - Brazil
Logic and Reasoning, Semantics and Proof Theory for Alternative Logics, 
Critical Thinking

Maria Fernanda Pallares
Dpt of Logic and Philosophy of Logic, University of Republic - Uruguayl
Philosophy of Logic

Eduardo Barrio
Dpt of Philosophy, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Semantic Paradoxes, Logical Consequence, Higher-order logic

Manuel Correia
Dpt of Philosophy, Pontiifcal Catholic University, Chile
History and Philosophy of Logic

Marcelo Finger
Dpt of Informatics, University of So Paulo, Brazil
Temporal Logic, Logic and Probability, Logical Approximations

Martin Figallo
Dpt of Mathematics, National University of the South, Bahia Blanca, 
Algebraic logic, Non-classical logics, Proof theory

Decio Krause
Dpt of Philosophy, Federal University of Santa Catarina - Brazil
Quantum logic, quantum set theory, philosophy of logic, non-classical set 

Ricardo Oscar Rodriguez
Dpt of Computation, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Modal Logics, Many-valued Logics, Fuzzy Logics, and Logics for Artificial 

Xavier Caicedo
Dpt of Mathematics, Univerisyt of Andes, Bogota - Columbial
Abstract model theory, algebraic logic, sheaves and logic

Newton da Costa
Dpt of Philosophy, Federal University of Santa Catarina - Brazil
Paraconsistent Logic, Logic and Physics

Ana Teresa de Castro Martins
Dpt of Informatics, Federal University of Ceara, Fortaleza - Brazil
Non-monotonic Logic, Logical Complexity, Proof theory

Carlos di Prisco
Dpt of Mathematics, Venezuelan Research Institute - Venezuela
Set theory

Juan Redmond
Dpt of Philosophy, University of Valparaiso, Chile
Philosophy of Logic, Logic and Fiction

Christian de Ronde
University of Buenos Aires / CONICET, Argentina
Quantum logic

Ruy de Queiroz
Dpt of Informatics, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Proof theory, Type theory, Lambda calculus

Pedro Zambrano
Dpt of Mathematics, National University of Columbia, Bogota
Model Theory of Metric Structures, Stability in non-elementary classes.