Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Logique et Analyse is an international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes research in logic, philosophy of logic and/or mathematics, argumentation-theory, and analytical philosophy, broadly conceived.

Its first issue was published in 1958 by the National Center for Research in Logic (http://www.logic-center.be/), the Belgian Society for the promotion of logical research founded by Leo Apostel, Philippe Devaux, Joseph Dopp, Robert Feys, and Chaïm Perelman. The journal has been appearing ever since. Its present editor is Jean Paul Van Bendegem who succeeded Paul Gochet.

 With the recent addition of an online version of the journal, it has also adopted a delayed open access policy. Starting from March 2014, more than 200 issues of the journal will be freely available at www.logiqueetanalyse.be.

 Logique et Analyse appears on a quarterly basis, and publishes thematic issues as well as contributed papers. We welcome submission of papers in English, French, German or Dutch, with an approximate length of 15 to 20 pages. Occasionally, longer pieces of exceptional significance are considered as well. Authors can consult the submission-guidelines on the journal's website. Guest-editors are invited to contact the editor with a detailed proposal.

Logique et Analyse is indexed by Web of Science, Scopus, Philosopher's Index, and Zentralblatt MATH.


Section Policies


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Peer Review Process

Following an initial vetting by the editorial board, each submission is evaluated by one or two external referees. When a manuscript is prepared for blind review, the process is double-blind. Manuscripts that are not properly blinded will undergo a single-blind review.


Publication Frequency

Issues are published in March, June, September and December of every year.


Open Access Policy

This journal provides delayed open access to its content.

Recent content is available through subscription via Peeters Online Journals, and can be purchased through Peeters Online Journals.

Full content of the journal's archive, as well as titles and abstracts of recent content is freely available on this website.