The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic

Volume 11, Issue 01, March 2005

  • Mass problems and randomness, by Stephen G. Simpson, pages 1 -- 27.

  • Communications
  • Compactness and independence in non first order frameworks, by Itay Ben-Yaacov, pages 28 -- 50.
  • Proper forcing, cardinal arithmetic, and uncountable linear orders, by Justin Tatch Moore, pages 51 -- 60.

  • Reviews, pages 61 -- 91.
  • In this issue:

  • P. Howard and J. E. Rubin Consequences of the axiom of choice, reviewed by Andreas Blass, page 61.
  • P. Philipp, Logisch-philosophische Untersuchungen, reviewed by Alexandra Zinck and Uwe Scheffler, page 63.
  • P. T. Johnstone, Sketches of an elephant: a topos theory compendium, reviewed by Steve Awodey, page 65.
  • R. Brady (editor), Relevant logics and their rivals, Volume II, reviewed by Nicholas Griffin, page 70.
  • N. Griffin (editor), Selected papers from The Cambridge companion to Bertrand Russell, reviewed by Peter Koellner, page 72.
  • D. M. Gabbay, A. Kurucz, F. Wolter, and M. Zakharyaschev, Many-dimensional modal logics: theory and applications, reviewed by Mark Reynolds, page 77.
  • C. Chihara, A structural account of mathematics, reviewed by Fraser MacBride, page 79.
  • A. W. F. Edwards, Cogwheels of the mind, reviewed by Katherine Thompson, page 83.
  • I. Jané and C. Wright, Two articles on ``relativity'', reviewed by Peter Schotch, page 84.
  • A. Weiermann, An application of results by Hardy, Ramanujan and Karamata to Ackermannian functions, reviewed by Albert A. Mullin, page 89.
  • J. Dawson (editor), A Festschrift in honour of Professor Ivor Grattan-Guinness, reviewed by Risto Vilkko, page 89.

  • Meetings of the Association
  • 2004 Annual Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, May 19--23, 2004, pages 92 -- 119.

  • Meetings sponsored by the Association
  • 11TH Workshop on Logic, Language, Information and Computation (WoLLIC '2004), Fontainebleau (Univ. Paris XII), France, July 19--22, 2004, pages 120 -- 121.

  • Notices, pages 122 -- 127.

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