


Encyclopaedia of Logic
Edited by JeanYves Beziau
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian Research Council
Area Editor of Logic of the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy  IEP
This book is an Encyclopedia for all those who are interested in logic:
not only pure logicians but also philosophers, mathematicians, computer scientists,
linguists, psychologists, etc
Entries are about
1) Logicians
2) History of Logic
3) Major Logic Books / Works
4) Logical Systems
5) Logical Techniques
6) Logical Notions
7) Logical Themes / Topics
8) Logical Theorems
9) Relation of Logic with Other fields
This book is a joint project with the
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
James Fieser, Ph.D., founder and general editor
Bradley Dowden, Ph.D., general editor
www.iep.utm.edu
We are following the same format,
in particular the length of an entry is between 6,000 to 12,000 words.
For more information have a look at the Guidelines for Authors.
And here you can find a list of desired entries
www.jyblogic.org/iep.html
You can also have a look at some entries related to logic already published in the IEP:
Reductio ad Absurdum
Nicholas Rescher
www.iep.utm.edu/reductio
Carnap's Modal Logic
Max Cresswell
www.iep.utm.edu/cmlogic
Logical Paradoxes
Hartley Slater
www.iep.utm.edu/parlog
Lambda Calculi
Shane SteinertThrelkeld
/www.iep.utm.edu/lambdacalculi
Gottlob Frege (18481925)
Kevin C. Klement
www.iep.utm.edu/frege
Aristotle: Logic
Louis F. Groarke
www.iep.utm.edu/arislog
The Infinite
Bradley Dowden
www.iep.utm.edu/infinite

