Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Reasoner -- What's hot columnists

The Reasoner
www.thereasoner.org

The Reasoner is a monthly digest highlighting exciting new research on reasoning, inference and method broadly construed. It is interdisciplinary, covering research in, e.g., philosophy, logic, AI, statistics, cognitive science, law, psychology, mathematics and the sciences.

If you are a PhD student or a young researcher, you may want to submit a What’s hot column to alert readers to your new exciting research area. Contact thereasoner@kent.ac.uk for further information

The Reasoner always welcomes submissions:

• Submitted articles should concern some exciting new reasoning-related research or argument, or a new perspective on a topic or historical figure connected with reasoning. Articles should be 100-1000 words, self-contained, and comprehensible and of interest to those in other disciplines. Send articles to features@thereasoner.org.

• Letters should be 100 words or less, need not be self-contained, and may concern, e.g., previously published articles, questions to put to the community, or announcements of reasoning-related books or papers. Send to features@thereasoner.org.

• "What's hot in ..." columns should alert readers to interesting discussion in blogs, workshops etc. on reasoning-related topics. Send a sample column to features@thereasoner.org.

• News items on conferences attended or organised. News items should be 100-500 words. Send to news@thereasoner.org

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