The Review of Symbolic Logic has just published on line a special issue devoted to recent developments in formal epistemology. The issue contains the following papers and an introduction to the special issue:
Horacio Arló-Costa: FORMAL EPISTEMOLOGY, CONTEXT AND CONTENT: INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN FORMAL EPISTEMOLOGY
Niel Tennant: BELIEF-REVISION, THE RAMSEY TEST, MONOTONICITY, AND THE SO-CALLED IMPOSSIBILITY RESULTS
Jeff Helzner:EXPECTED CONTENT
Haim Gaifman: CONTEXTUAL LOGIC WITH MODALITIES FOR TIME AND SPACE
Rohit Parikh: SENTENCES, BELIEF AND LOGICAL OMNISCIENCE, OR WHAT DOES DEDUCTION TELL US?
Sergei Artemov: THE LOGIC OF JUSTIFICATION
Giacomo Sillari: QUANTIFIED LOGIC OF AWARENESS AND IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE WORLDS
Joseph Halpern: INTRANSITIVITY AND VAGUENESS
The articles deal with a variety of topics from the logic of context and content, to the problem of logical omniscience, to belief revision, to the logic of justification, to formal models of vagueness. I assume that the printed version will be available soon.