The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic

Volume 8, Issue 3, September 2002

  • Arguments for the continuity principle, by Mark van Atten and Dirk van Dalen, pages 329 -- 347.
  • Provability with finitely many variables, by Robin Hirsch, Ian Hodkinson and Roger D. Maddux, pages 348 -- 379.
  • Some aspects of model theory and finite structures, by Eric Rosen, pages 380 -- 403.
  • Hyperclassical logic (a.k.a. IF logic) and its implications for logical theory, by Jaakko Hintikka, pages 404 -- 423.

  • Reviews, pages 424 -- 445.
  • In this issue:

  • J. Mayberry, The foundations of mathematics in the theory of sets, reviewed by W. W. Tait, page 424.
  • O. Aberth, Computable calculus, reviewed by Douglas Bridges, page 426.
  • J. Kalman, Automated reasoning with Otter, reviewed by Dale Myers, page 428.
  • M. Fitting and R. Mendelsohn, First-order modal logic, reviewed by Roderic A. Girle, page 429.
  • Articles in Proof theory, History and philosophical significance, reviewed by Jan von Plato, page 431.
  • S. Artemov, Explicit provability and constructive semantics, reviewed by Jeremy D. Avigad, page 432.
  • G. Takeuti, Incompleteness theorems and Si2 versus Si+12 and Gödel sentences of bounded arithmetic, reviewed by Arnold Beckmann, page 433.
  • A. Weiermann, How is it that infinitary methods can be applied to finitary mathematics? reviewed by Thomas Strahm, page 435.
  • U. Kohlenbach, Relative constructivity, reviewed by Ulrich Berger, page 436.
  • Three papers on proof theory by W. Buchholz and by S. Tupailo, reviewed by Toshiyasu Arai, page 437.
  • J. Avigad, A realizability interpretation for classical arithmetic, reviewed by Ulrich Berger, page 439.
  • A. Visser, Submodels of Kripke models, reviewed by Rosalie Iemhoff, page 440.
  • Four papers by L. Fuchs, S. Shelah, and P. Eklof on uniserial modules, reviewed by Birge Huisgen-Zimmermann, page 441.
  • Four papers related to the normal Moore space conjecture, reviewed by Gary Gruenhage, page 443.

  • Meetings of the Association
  • 2002 Spring Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, The Westin Seattle, Seattle, Washington, March 28--29, 2002, pages 446 -- 451.

  • Notices, pages 452 -- 456.

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