The Review of Modern Logic is a journal of symbolic logic, foundations, the foundations of mathematics, and set theory. It was formerly known as Modern Logic.
Volume 2, Number 4
Publication Date: July 1992
Review of Joseph W. Dauben, "Georg Cantor y el pap León XIII: Las matemáticas, la teología y el infinito"
María J. Frápolli; 385-387
Review of Mary Tiles, The Philosophy of Set Theory: A Historical Introduction to Canto's Paradise
Irving H. Anellis; 392-404
Review of George Bentham, Outline of a New System of Logic
James W. Van Evra; 405-408
Review of Boole 1815--1864. L'Oiseau de nuit en plein jour
Theodore Hailperin; 409-412
On the foothills: review of Stuart Hollingdale, Makers of Mathematics; John Stillwell, Mathematics and Its History, and William Dunham, Journey Through Genius: The Great Theorems of Mathematics
Thomas Drucker; 413-423
News and Announcements, Personal Notes
Call for Participation (Workshop at GWAI'92), Bonn, 1-2 September 1992, "Logic and Change"
First call for papers, "Logic at Work" Applied Logic Conference, December 17-19, 1992, University of Amsterdam