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Since 2015 the first specialized journal dedicated to logic Logical Investigations is being published (semiannually), which is the continuation of the annuary under the same name which was being published from 1993 until 2014. The first issue is published in spring, 2015. The journal is peer-reviewed, is included in is included in the List of the leading reviewed scientific journals and editions (approved by the Higher Attestation Commission (VAK) by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science) since 2010, and is indexed by Zentralblatt MATH, Mathematical Reviews and Russian Science Citation Index (RINC). The applications have been submitted to include the journal in Scopus and Web of Science.

 

The journal provides a platform for broad discussions of logical problems of both conceptual and purely theoretical nature. The following sections are offered:

  1. Traditinal logic.
  2. Symbolic logic (studies of the logical calculi, algebraic logic, model theory, proof theory).
  3. Non-classical logics (intuitionist logic, modal logic, multi-valued logic, fuzzy logic, substructural logics, including relevant logic, deontic logic, subjective logic, non-monotonic logic, combimnatorial logic and lambda-calculi, quantum logic, Leśniewski's systems, truth-logic, etc.
  4. Philosophy and logic (philosophy of logic, logical philosophy, onthologic).
  5. Logic and language (logical analysis of language, formal philosophy of language, linguistic foundations of logic).
  6. Applied logic (logic in computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences, formal epistemology).
  7. Theory and practice of argumentation.
  8. History of logic.
  9. Analitycal overviews.
  10. Reviews.

 

ISSN 2074-1472 (Print); ISSN 2413-2713 (Online)

Publisher: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences

 

Frequency: 2 times per year

First issue: 1993; the journal is a redesigned continuation of the annual Logical Investigations that has been published since 1993 till 2015.

The journal is registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor). The Mass Media Registration Certificate No. FS77-61228 on April 3, 2015.

The Journal is indexed in Zentralblatt MATH, Mathematical Reviews, Russian Science Citation Index (RINC).

The journal is included in the list of peer-reviewed scientific editions acknowledged by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

Beginning with issue 16 Logical Investigations has become a subscription publication. Subscription index in the United Catalogue The Russian Press is 42046.

 

 

Editorial Board:


  • A.S. Karpenko (D.Sc., Prof.) – editor in chief
  • N.E. Tomova (Ph.D.) – executive editor
  • A.V. Chagrov (D.Sc., Prof.), L.Y. Devyatkin (Ph.D.), V.K. Finn (D.Sc., Prof.),
  • Gerasimova I.A. (D.Sc., Prof.), Y.V. Ivlev (D.Sc., Prof.),
  • V.I. Markin (D.Sc., Prof.), I.B. Mikirtumov (D.Sc., Assistant Prof.),
  • N.N. Nepeivoda, (D.Sc., Prof.), V.M. Popov (Ph.D., Assistant Prof.),
  • V.I. Shalak (D.Sc., Leading research scientist),
  • E.D. Smirnova (D.Sc., Prof.),
  • V.L. Vasyukov (D.Sc., Leading research scientist), 
  • D.V. Zaitsev (D.Sc, Assistant Prof.).

 

International Editorial Board:


  • Diderik Batens (Professor, Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science Universiteit Gent, Belgium).
  • Johan van Benthem (Professor of Logic, Amsterdam and Stanford University).
  • Otavio Bueno (Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami. Chair of the Philosophy Department, USA).
  • Walter Carnielli (Professor, Centre for Logic, Epistemology and the History of Science and Department of Philosophy State University of Campinas, Brazil).
  • Valentin Goranko (Professor, Section Algorithms and Logic. Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. Technical University of Denmark).
  • Grzegorz Malinowski (Professor, Department of Logic, University of Lodz, Poland).
  • Graham Priest (Boyce Gibson Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center, USA).
  • Gabriel Sandu (Professor of theoretical philosophy, Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies University of Helsinki, Finland).
  • Andrew Schumann (Professor of University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Poland).
  • Heinrich Wansing (Professor of logic and epistemology, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany).

 

 

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Phone: +7 (495) 697-96-65

E-mail: LogicalInvestigations@gmail.com

 

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Logical Investigations. 2016. Vol. 221. № 1.

 

Logical Investigations. 2016. Vol. 22. № 2.

Logical Investigations. 2016. Vol. 221. № 1.

 

Logical Investigations. 2016. Vol. 22. № 1.

 

Logical Investigations. 2015. Vol. 21. № 2.

 

 

 

Logical Investigations. 2015. Vol. 21. № 1.

 

 

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 20. — М.–S.-Pb.: C.G.I., 2014. — 320 p. — ISBN 978-5-98712-197-3.

 

This volume consists of three sections. In the first section are presented the papers dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the famous Russian logician E.K. Voishvillo. Here is also published for the first time his big paper entitled “To the problem of
the justification of apodictic knowledge”. The second section contains a part of the plenary reports delivered at the 8th international conference “Smirnov Readings in Logic” (Moscow, MSU, July, 2013). The third section consists of the bibliographic list of papers (in Russian and English) published in Volumes 11–20 of the yearbook Logical Investigations.


 

Logical Investigations / Editor-in-Chief; Alexander S. Karpenko. Vol. 19 (Special Issue). M.­ Spb.: C.G.I., 2013. ­ 376 p. ­ ISBN 978-5-98712-143-6

 

The present volume is devoted to the 'Open Russian-Finnish Colloquium on Logic' (ORFIC), held at the Saint-Petersburg State University, on June 14-16, 2012. Among the participants there were such prominent Finnish logicians as Jaakko Hintikka, Ilkka Niiniluoto and Gabriel Sandu. The volume covers the most interesting results recently obtained in different areas of research in logic. The volume is of interest to everyone concerned in modern logic.

 

 

Logical Investigations. Vol 18. – M.-SPb: C.G.I., 2012 - 320 p. ISBN 978-5-98712-073-6


The present volume includes the most interesting results recently obtained in a number of research areas of logic. The majority of publications is devoted to non-classical logics. Of great intrest is the overview of the logical works and ideas of Charles Pierce in I. Anellis' paper. G. Malinowski intends to put a new thread into discussion of the nature of logical many-valuedness. N.N. Nepeivoda continues the investigation of the lessons of soviet mathematical constructivism.

The volume is of interest to all who have interest in modern logic and in history of logic.

 


 

Logical Investigations. Vol 17. – M.-SPb: C.G.I., 2011 - 320 p. ISBN 978-5-98712-073-6

 

The present volume includes the most important results recently obtained in a number of research areas of logic. The majority of publications are devoted to nonclassical logics. An excellent review paper by N.N. Nepeivoda on problems of constructive mathematic is presented. For the first time, in paper by B.V. Biryukov and L.G. Biryukova a detailed survey of A.V. Vvedensky logical ideas and its influence over contemporary logic are proposed.

 

 

Logical Investigations. Vol 16. – M.-SPb: C.G.I., 2010 - 303 p. ISBN 978-5-98712-048-4

 

The present volume includes the most important results recently obtained in various research areas in logic. The fundamental questions are discussed, such as the foundations of logic, its universality, iference search and logical derivation, the prospects of the appllied constructivism, the identity of mathematical objects. The research in the area of the history of Russian logic is continued.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 15. – M.: Nauka 2009. – 319 p. ISBN 978-5-02-036826-2

 

The present volume includes the most important results recently obtained in various research areas in logic. The majority of publications are devoted to non-classical logics. Some papers are devoted to the study of the history of Russian logical tradition: the publications of the manuscript by V.I. Shestakov, which confirms the priority of the russian school in the study of contact-relay schemes. Also, for the first time, we publish in Russian a paper by M.I. Sheinfinkel that lay foundations for the development of combinatory logic. Of particular importance are the papers by Y. Manin on the notion of truth and by V. Shalack on the foundations of logic.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 14. – M.: Nauka 2007. – 324 p. ISBN 978-5-02-035860-7

 

The present volume of "Logical Investigations" reports on the most important results recently obtained in various research areas in logic. Some of the papers are of considerable logico-philosophical importance: cases in point are a paper by N. Nepeivoda on intellectual viruses and a joint paper by I. Gorbunov and M. Rybakov on continuums of logics. Three papers in the volume are concerned with  thte relay-scheme interpretation of the classical propositional logic; the question of priority in this research area is discussed.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 13. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2006. – 308 p. ISBN 5-02-035152-0

 

This volume of "Logical Investigations" contains papers presenting vew results in various areas of logic such as intuitionistic logic, continuous logic, logic of knowledge, modal logic, logic of argumentation, logic of alternative consequence relation and universal logic.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 12. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2005. – 319 p. ISBN 5-02-034966-6

 

12th volume of “Logical Investigations” contains papers presenting new results obtained in various areas of symbolic logic. In particular, the volume contains papers presenting advances in various braches of non-classical logics: modal logic, intuitionistic logic, Visser’s basic logic, paranormal logic. For the first time, “Logical Investigations” publish papers on the history of logic in Russia.

 


 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 11. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2004. – 314 p. ISBN 5-02-033542-8

 

This volume of "Logical Investigations" contains papers presenting vew results in various areas of logic such as intuitionistic logic, continuous logic, logic of knowledge, modal logic, logic of argumentation, logic of alternative consequence relation and universal logic.

 

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 10. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2003. – 320 p. ISBN 5-02-006257-X

 

In the anniversary 10th issue of “Logical Investigations” there are published papers where were presented new results obtained in different fields of contemporary logic, and also papers which were prepared by plenary talks of the 4th International Conference “Smirnov’s Readings” (Moscow, May 2003). Then, the Russian—English bibliographical index of papers printed between 1993 and 2003 inclusively is published.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 9. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2002. – 320 p. ISBN 5-02-013231-4

 

The 9th issue of «Logical Investigations» contains papers where new results from different fields of contemporary logic are presented. The topic of greater importance in this issue are non-classical logics, like basic logic, modal logic, paraconsistent logic, syllogistics, et cetera.

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 8. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2001. – 320 p. ISBN 5-02-013115-6

 

The 8th issue of «Logical Investigations» contains the papers in which are discussed important new results obtained in different fields of modern non-classical logic and some interesting papers prepared on the bases of reports presented at sections «Symbolic Logic» and «Philosophical Logic» of the 3-d International Conference «Smirnov’s Readings» (Moscow, May 2001).

 

Logical Investigations. Vol. 7. – M.: Nauka Publishers, 2000. – 318 p. ISBN 5-02-008359-3

 

The 7th issue of «Logical Investigations» contains the papers prepared on the bases of reports presented at sections «Symbolic Logic» and «Philosophical Logic» of the 2nd International Conference «Smirnov’s Readings» (Moscow, May 1999) and some interesting and important results obtained in different fields of modern non-classical logic. The volume begins with the paper «Logic at the millenium» that makes clear the most important phenomena of development of logic in XXth century that lead to the questions «What is logic?» and «What is logical system?»

 

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