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Essays in Philosophy – special issue on Love and Reasons now available online

The January 2011 special issue of Essays in Philosophy on Love and Reasons has now been published. You can find it online at: http://commons.pacificu.edu/eip. It includes new essays by Roger Fjellström, Kyle Hubbard, John Shand, Eric J. Silverman, Thomas H. Smith, Alan Soble, Jussi Suikkanen, and Paul Voice.

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Contemporary Political Society journal to be launched

It is my pleasure to let you know that we are willing to launch Contemporary Political Society – a fresh new English journal of the Center for Contemporary Political Research (CCPR) of the National University of Mongolia. The Journal will receive paper proposals from all fields of social sciences and humanities. I attached hereafter the Call for Papers (pdf). We

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JRNL: Critical Society 5 out now

Critical Society is a quarterly e-journal for articles denied space elsewhere due to prevailing ideology, censorship, reductionism, exclusion, narrowing down, length, fashion, form, and so on; and for articles from authors, groups and organisations keen to widen their audience. Critical Society 5, Winter 2010/11 ‘How Long …?’ revisited Ronnie Lee Feeding people and greening the

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Philosophy Journal Club

The Philosopher’s Eye is the companion forum to Wiley-Blackwell’s on-line survey journal, Philosophy Compass. The aim of the site is to provide regular thought-provoking coverage of real-world events with a critical, philosophical eye. These short tasters of philosophical brain-candy hopefully show: » … how the tools of traditional philosophy can provide deeper, meaningful analysis of

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JRNL: DILEMATA International Journal of Applied Ethics #4

Just published in here. DILEMATA, International Journal of Applied Ethics, reaches its fourth issue and its first year of existence. Honouring our commitment to an interdisciplinary and pluralist approach to applied ethics, this issue includes papers about human enhancement, the responsibility of journalists, and the ethical issues of taxing and public finance, plus a whole

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Disputatio: International Journal of Philosophy

Call for papers Disputatio (ISSN 0873-626X) is an international journal of philosophy based in Portugal (University of Lisbon) and published both on print and the Internet (open access) twice a year. Our response time is on average three months. We accept papers on any area of analytic philosophy, broadly construed, written in either English or

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Critical Society Journal

Critical Society is an e-journal for articles denied space elsewhere due to prevailing ideology, censorship, reductionism, exclusion, narrowing down, length, fashion, form, and so on; and for articles from authors keen to widen their audience. Some of the areas that Critical Society is interested in are human rights, media, animal liberation/rights/welfare, feminism, governance, environment, wildlife,

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Agonist: A Nietzsche Circle Journal

The Agonist is a peer review refereed journal that publishes essays, interviews, and reviews. In the future, it will also feature current translations of heretofore unavailable Nietzsche texts and overviews of rare, obscure, or overlooked studies on Nietzsche’s thought or aspects of it that have received scant attention or been deemed marginal by the philosophical

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Plato: The Internet Journal of the International Plato Society

The aim of Plato journal is to promote international dialogue on Plato across different languages and scholarly approaches. The journal has been established by the International Plato Society, founded in 1989. The journal is especially suitable for shorter papers (up to 4,000 words) in which new ideas about Plato, the Platonic tradition or responses to

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Call for submissions: TOPOS

Journal for philosophy and cultural studies Topos welcomes submissions for publication. The next deadline – October 1, 2010 Contributions can be presented in English, German, French, Russian and Byelorussian. They should not exceed 40.000 characters for articles and 20.000 characters for reviews. Contributions should be sent in doc or rtf format. Authors do the proof-reading

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