Historians of Analytic Philosophy
Please allow me to draw your attention to the range of coverage of the new journal from the Association of Symbolic Logic: The Review of Symbolic Logic. (Please note my final paragraph in particular.)
The Review of Symbolic Logic is a newly established publication of the ASL, designed to publish research papers in:
Philosophical logic and its applications
History and philosophy of logic
Philosophy and methodology of mathematics
The first heading covers all areas of philosophical logic, non-classical, and algebraic logic, plus applications of these logics in such areas as computer science, linguistics, game theory and decision theory, formal epistemology, and cognitive science. The second is intended to include the history of philosophy of logic (an area understood as overlapping substantially with what’s often called ‘history of analytic philosophy’). In addition to the philosophy of mathematics, the third also covers methodological studies of mathematical practice, past and present.
As one of the editors responsible for the areas of history of analytic philosophy and history and philosophy of logic, I’d like to emphasize that the journal takes a liberal view of these categories and would particularly welcome submissions towards the history of analytic end of the spectrum. I might also mention that the Review goes out to all individuals in the Association as a benefit of membership, so it has a comparatively large circulation.
Ian ProopsCo-editor, The Review of Symbolic Logic