Studies in Logic and Practical Reasoning is a major initiative in the recruitment and publication of works of outstanding merit. The series is well-edited and efficiently managed, with the first two volumes already in print. Tthe Editorial Board's objective is to publish two volumes per year. The editors and administrators have pledged themselves to the joint objectives of scientific excellence and the timely unfolding of operational procedures.
The intellectual scope of the series includes but is not limited to Practical Reasoning, Modal Logic, Epistemic Logic, Hybrid Logic, Spatial Logic, Logic and the Law, Logic and Cognition, Argumentation Theory, Informal Logic, Logic and Computer Science, Human Reasoning and Automated Reasoning.