Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic

 

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic

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Journal Current volume: 60 Frequency: Quarterly

Academic Editor(s): Michael Detlefsen, Anand Pillay

The Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic publishes original work in all areas of logic and the foundations of mathematics. Leveraging a strong interdisciplinary editorial board—including esteemed scholars of philosophy, mathematics, linguistics, and computer science from around the world—the journal strikes a unique balance among historical, philosophical, and mathematical perspectives. In addition to addressing philosophical and mathematical logic at a broad level, the journal delves into disciplinary subareas such as formal semantics, modal logic, constructivist logics, recursion theory/computability theory, model theory, and proof theory and provides an outlet for work addressing computational, informatic, and linguistic concerns.

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Editorial Office:
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
University of Notre Dame
119 Decio Hall (Mailing: 301 O'Shaughnessy Hall)
Notre Dame, IN  46556-5639
574-631-8365
574-631-8609 (fax)
ndjfl@nd.edu

Editors:
Michael Detlefsen, University of Notre Dame
Anand Pillay, University of Notre Dame

Editorial and Business Manager:
Claire E. Shely

Editorial Board:
Peter Aczel
Timothy Bays
Patricia Blanchette
Peter Cholak
Barbara Csima
Melvin Fitting
Curtis Franks
Su Gao
Warren Goldfarb
Itay Kaplan
Julia Knight
Michael J. Kremer
Paul Larson
Penelope Maddy
David E. Marker
Timothy McCarthy
Vann McGee
Colin McLarty
Daniel Nolan
Michael Rathjen
Greg Restall
Stewart Shapiro
Sergei Starchenko
Jouko Väänänen
Albert Visser
Timothy Williamson

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To submit manuscripts, please visit www.editorialmanager.com/ndjfl. Register to use Editorial Manager by entering your name and e-mail. Editorial Manager will then guide you through the submission process; there is a tutorial if you need additional assistance. Manuscripts should be submitted in LaTeX with \documentclass{jfl} or, alternatively, {amsart}. For submissions that are not in some form of TeX, a PDF with all fonts properly embedded is required. Every submission must include an abstract of 150 words or less, a list of keywords, and 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification codes. Authors should design their manuscripts to facilitate the processes of blind and double-blind review. For a style guide and \documentclass{jfl}, see the NDJFL's typesetting page.

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1. The submitted work is original, has not been submitted for publication or published elsewhere, and will not be submitted elsewhere unless and until the NDJFL has given notice that it will not publish it.

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Authors whose work is accepted must sign an assignment of copyright to the NDJFL to protect themselves and the publisher from misuse of copyrighted material.

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Indexed/abstracted in the following: ArticleFirst, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Current Contents, Current Index to Statistics (Online), Dietrich's Index Philosophicus, Inspec - EBSCO, Inspec - Ovid, MathSciNet, Repertoire Bibliographique de la Philosophie (Online), Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies, Science Citation Index Expanded, Scopus, The Philosopher's Index (Online) - EBSCO, The Philosopher's Index (Online) - Ovid, The Philosopher's Index (Online) - ProQuest, Ulrichsweb, Web of Science, Zentralblatt MATH (Online).
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ISSN: 0029-4527
e-ISSN: 1939-0726
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