`The jaundiced reader who expects patchiness and substantial
variation in quality across such a large number of essays will be
pleasantly surprised by the consistently high quality of the
contributions to Copeland's edition ... there is much to repay the
John Divers, Mind, Vol. 109, No.435, July 2000.
`The index is well-organized and reasonably comprehensive. Each chapter is self-contained, with its own list of references and notes gathered together at its end, which is convenient for the reader ... the whole volume is a very impressive production and a worthy memorial to one of the finest English-speaking philosophers of the twentieth century, a philosopher whose contribution to the history and philosophy of logic will surely continue to make a major
impact well into the century to come.'
E. J. Lowe, History and Philosophy of Logic
`The sheer breadth and depth of the volume is a fitting testament to the breadth and depth of Prior's own work up until his death in 1969 ... other papers in this volume ... deserve reading and reflection. None is a waste of space in the volume, and all go a long way to underline Prior's own approach to logic and philosophy. This volume is a fitting tribute to Prior, and a significant reminder of his enduring impact on the field.'