Since 1960, the Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic has published original work in all areas of logic and the foundations of mathematics. With an interdisciplinary editorial board, the journal strikes a unique balance among historical, philosophical, and mathematical perspectives. Advance publication of articles online is available.

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Syllogisms using ``few'', ``many'', and ``most''.Bruce ThompsonVolume 23, Number 1 (1982)
On prosleptic syllogisms.Czesław LejewskiVolume 2, Number 3 (1961)
Life, Art, and MysticismLuitzen Egbertus Jan BrouwerVolume 37, Number 3 (1996)
Information and association.J. A. FodorVolume 27, Number 3 (1986)
Multiset theory.Wayne D. BlizardVolume 30, Number 1 (1988)
  • ISSN: 0029-4527 (print), 1939-0726 (electronic)
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Discipline(s): Logic
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1960--
  • Access: Articles older than 5 years are open
  • Euclid URL: http://projecteuclid.org/ndjfl

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MR Citation Database MCQ (2014): 0.36
JCR (2014) Impact Factor: .0362
JCR (2014) Five-year Impact Factor: 0.477
JCR (2014) Ranking: 263/310 (Mathematics); 13/21 (Logic)
Eigenfactor: Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
SJR/SCImago Journal Rank (2014): .916

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Featured article

A New Conditional for Naive Truth Theory

Andrew BaconVolume 54, Number 1 (2013)
Abstract

In this paper a logic suitable for reasoning disquotationally about truth, $\mathsf{TJK}^{+}$, is presented and shown to have a standard model. This work improves on Hartry Field’s recent results establishing consistency and $\omega$-consistency of truth theories with strong conditional logics. A novel method utilizing the Banach fixed point theorem for contracting functions on complete metric spaces is invoked, and the resulting logic is shown to validate a number of principles which existing revision theoretic methods have so far failed to provide.