The "Journal of Information Science" does not normally carry book reviews, but when the Editor received a copy of Martin Frické's book, Logic and the Organization of Information, he thought it was too interesting to ignore. It succinctly encapsulates years of accumulated research and practice in the field, while also adding 'logic' into the mix. He asked me if I could think of a suitable way of acknowledging the work, and I proposed a collection of short pieces by prominent people in the information science community. This is not, then, a review; more a salute to the author for making explicit the fundamental relationship between the ancient disciplines of logic and knowledge organization.
Journal of Information Science
Gilchrist, Alan; Lei Zeng, Marcia; Clarke, Stella G. Dextre; Isaac, Antoine; Lambe, Patrick; Vernau, Judi (2013). "Logic and the Organization of Information" – An Appreciation of the Book of This Title by Martin Frické. A Set of Short Essays. Journal of Information Science 39(5) 708-716. doi: 10.1177/0165551513480310. Retrieved from https://oaks.kent.edu/slispubs/80