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The Australasian Journal of Logic
Where is logic heading today? There is a general feeling that the discipline is broadening its scope and agenda beyond classical foundational issues, and maybe even a concern that, like Stephen Leacock's famous horseman, it is 'riding off madly in all directions'. So, what is the resultant vector? There seem to be two broad answers in circulation today. One is logical pluralism, locating the new scope of logic in charting a wide variety of reasoning styles, often marked by non-classicaldoi:10.26686/ajl.v6i0.1801 fatcat:pdhtfoo7rvbkpevfkjzihqykzu