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From: Tony Blair <tbl...@uwindsor.ca>
Date: 9 Apr 2008 06:12
Subject: [ARGTHRY] Please Register for Informal Logic
To: ARG...@yorku.ca


Dear colleagues in the argumentation theory community of scholars:

We are writing to ask, if you have not already done so, if you would be kind enough register as a reader of Informal Logic at the journal's Website:

        www.informallogic.ca

Click onto the Registration link and follow the instructions.  All you have to do is enter a Username, your name, an Email address and a password of your own choosing.

This will provide you with free on-line access to Informal Logic. You will receive an Email notice each time an issue is published (March 1, June 1, September 1, December 1). Also, eventually all 17 years of back issues will be available free on-line.

It is essential that we have as many people registered as readers as possible, because the agency that provides the funding that we need to continue the journal, the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada (SSHRC), does not even consider funding journals below a fairly high cut-off number of Registrants.  At this time, we are below that number by a worrisome margin, though it is well within reach.

We do not need a lot of money to continue, but we must hire a part-time assistant, and without subscriptions our only reliable source of funding is SSHRC.  We have been funded by SSHRC in the past, and expect to qualify on all other criteria once we get into the competition for funds by passing the required minimum number of Registrants.

It's a bit of a hassle, but we would really appreciate your taking a few minutes to register.

Yours sincerely,

J. Anthony Blair, Ralph H. Johnson, Hans V. Hansen, Christopher W. Tindale

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