The Journal of Non-Classical Logics and The Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics
As part of the regular publications of the CLE, The Journal of Non-Classical Logics (JNCL) was founded in 1982. Sponsored by funds of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and from FAPESP, the JNCL had edited fourteen numbers in 8 volumes, until it was unified with the Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics, which had started tobe edited in 1991 in Toulouse, France.
Nowadays the publication corresponding to the fusing of the two journals has L. Fariņas del Cerro (Toulouse) as the editor-in-chief and Walter Carnielli (Campinas) as the editor for Latin America, and several of the members of the board of the JNCL have joined thenew journal. This unification had the objective of avoiding the dispersion of efforts, concentrating the common interest into one and only front line.