Call for Papers: RIFAJ 9:2 (Extended Deadline)


Rivista Italiana di Filosofia Analitica Junior - RIFAJ - invites submissions for a special issue on LOGIC.
The CfP is especially directed to Master and Ph.D. students, post-doctoral fellows, and young researchers.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Argumentation Theory
  • Philosophy of Logic
  • Developments in Mathematical Logic
  • Epistemic Logic
  • Deontic Logic and Normative Systems

Submission Details:
Deadline for paper submission: September 26th, 2018.
The issue will be published by December 2018.

Submissions can be sent through the journal’s website or via email to:

We welcome contributions in English or Italian. Manuscripts should not exceed 8000 words in length (excluding references). Abstracts should not be longer than 350 words. Manuscripts should be in doc, .tex, .odt or .rtf formats (see submission guidlines).

Pietro Casati (University of Milan)
Marco Grossi (University of St Andrews)

Posted: 2018-08-21 More...

A Message from RIFAJ


The Editorial Board would like to inform of some news about the future of RIFAJ.

In the last six years our journal has maintained a stable presence, publishing two issues per year, expanding the breadth of related activities and extending the number of participants to the Editorial Board e al Scientific Committee. The project has given us the chance of taking the challenge of exposing ourself and for the first time. Many of us have continued their studies, from bachelor degrees to master’s and PhDs, moving around the world at the same time. We have reached an equilibrium and, thus, it is time to try and achieve new potentialities, so as to reach the next level.

Hence, in the next few months RIFAJ will undergo a deep renovation, with the aim of improving its scientific quality, advance and further extend our correlated activities. As a consequence, the next two issues will have a smaller number of contributions, in order to devote most of our time to the renovation of our project.

This means that the next two issues will have a minimalist structure, but it doesn’t mean that the calls for papers and peer review process will stop. Whilst waiting for the big news, we would like to invite you to send papers and read the next issues and we would also take the chance to thank everyone who has been reading, writing and supported.

The last few reviews are coming in and the November issue is coming soon. Stay tuned.

Posted: 2016-11-08 More...
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