“"A densely-argued and ambitious defense of a ‘broadly Kantian theory of human rationality and logic.’"
—The Review of Metaphysics”—
“"An admirable and promising attempt to confront the question of the nature of logic and its relation to rationality in a substantive and open-minded manner, without excessive reliance on intuition or gut feeling, without hand waving, without begging questions, and in a creative and intellectually stimulating way. This book is highly recommended to philosophers, logicians, and cognitive psychologists."
—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews”—
“"Logic and Rationality is an important contribution to a debate that has been ignored for too long. Students and researchers who have thought that Frege’s and Husserl’s dismissal of logical psychologism was decisive should not ignore Hanna’s compelling argument for logical cognitivism. Hanna’s very impressive work deserves to be studied intently by those with an interest in the often criticized but largely overlooked relationship between logic and psychology."
—Polish Journal of Philosophy”—