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No 2 (2013): No 2 (2013) On Dialogues, Predication and Elementary sentences Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE»
Shahid Rahman, Nicolas Clerbout
 
No 1 (2013): No 1 (2013) Advice on the Logic of Argument Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE»
John Woods
 
No 2 (2013): No 2 (2013) Hintikka’s Take on the Axiom of Choice and the Constructivist Challenge Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Radmila Jovanović
 
No 10 (2017): No 10 (2017) Tigres azules of J. L. Borges. Logic, Truth and Impossible Worlds Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Fernán Rioseco P.
 
No 6 (2015): No 6 (2015) On a Dialogical Point of View of Matrices Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Pierre Cardascia
 
No 5 (2015): No 5 (2015) Nonclassical Logic of Vagueness Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Paula Teijeiro
 
No 1 (2013): No 1 (2013) Knowing that Something Does Not Exist: Existence and Epistemic Logic Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Emilio Gómez-Caminero Parejo
 
No 9 (2017): No 9 (2017) A Higher-order Dialogical Logic to demonstrate Leibniz’s Law of Identity of Indiscernibles Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE»
Mohammad Shafiei
 
No 6 (2015): No 6 (2015) Dubucs, J., & Bourdeau, M. (eds.) (2014). Constructivity and Computability in Historical and Philosophical Perspective (Vol. 34). Springer Netherlands, XI. 214, pp. ISBN: 978-94-017-9216-5 (Print) 978-94-017-9217-2 (Online) Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Bruno Da Ré
 
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