Volume 186, Number 1, May 2012 Diagrams in Mathematics:
History and Philosophy
: Traditions of the diagram, tradition of the text: A case study.
Gregg De Young
: Mathematical diagrams from manuscript to print: examples from the Arabic Euclidean transmission.
: The twofold role of diagrams in Euclid's plane geometry.
: Constructive geometrical reasoning and diagrams.
: The forgotten individual: diagrammatic reasoning in mathematics.
: The mathematical form of measurement and the argument for Proposition I in Newton's Principia.
: Diagrams in the theory of differential equations (eighteenth to nineteenth centuries).
: Local axioms in disguise: Hilbert on Minkowski diagrams.
Aránzazu San Ginés
: Seeing the language: a diagrammatic approach to natural discourse.
: Erratum to: Local axioms in disguise: Hilbert on Minkowski diagrams.
Volume 186, Number 2, May 2012 Commemorating the work of Henry E. Kyburg Jr.
: Logical questions behind the lottery and preface paradoxes: lossy rules for uncertain inference.
, Kevin T. Kelly
: A geo-logical solution to the lottery paradox, with applications to conditional logic.
Volume 186, Number 3, June 2012 Logic Meets Physics
: Big toy models - Representing physical systems as Chu spaces.