In 2009, ArgDiaP publishing platform was established. Since that time our argumentation series has released three special issues of the journal Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric (SLGR) dedicated to: major research strands in the philosophy of argument (2009; in its introduction to Informal Logic, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy comments that it has published an important special issue on the field); computational approaches to argumentation (2011); and pragmatics and dialectics of argument (2014). Contributing authors have included Leila Amgoud (Toulouse), Floris Bex and Jan Albert van Laar (Groningen), J. Anthony Blair, Ralph H. Johnson and Douglas Walton (Windsor), Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen and Francisca Snoeck Henkemans (Amsterdam), David Hitchcock (Hamilton), Dale Jacquette (Bern), Fabrizio Macagno (Lisbon), Jim Mackenzie (Sydney), Chris Reed (Dundee), John R. Searle (Berkeley) and Peter Simons (Dublin).

The journal SLGR is published under the auspices of the Polish Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science, and is one of Poland’s top philosophy journals with an international profile and indexed at the lists such as Scopus, ERIH and IndexCopernicus. The unique profile of Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric lies in exploiting three classical fields of medieval trivium in the studies of communication. The journal was founded in 1980 by Witold Marciszewski – the logician and philosopher whose research is deeply rooted in the tradition of the Lvov-Warsaw School. Since 1980, SLGR has published 53 volumes. 

The SLGR journal is published under the Open Access policy, so all the papers can be downloaded for free.