Philosophical Topics

Philosophical Topics

 

Recent and Forthcoming Issues

Our semi-annual journal is published by the University of Arkansas Department of Philosophy.

Philosophical Topics publishes contributions to all areas of philosophy, each issue being devoted to the problems in one area. Recent issues have been concerned with individuation, introspection, and free will.

“Philosophical Topics has evolved from a regional journal into a publication featuring invited papers, many of which are authored by leading scholars on an international level.”
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Digital Editions
available from:
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Philosophy Documentation Center

Yearly Subscriptions (2 issues or 1 combined issue):
Institutions: $70.00 (U.S. and Canada)
Individuals: $35.00 (U.S. and Canada)
Foreign Institutional Rate: US $85.00

Single issues:
Institutions: $50.00 Worldwide
Individuals: $35.00

To order or subscribe contact Sam Ridge, journals manager,
at 479-575-3858 or sridge@uark.edu.

 

 

Sample articles from recent and forthcoming volumes:

Sarah McGrath (Princeton) , “Moral Realism without Convergence”, in Moral Disagreement, guest edited by John K. Davis, 38, 2 (Fall 2010), pp. 59-86.  (Download PDF)

Denis McManus (Southampton), “Austerity, Psychology, and the Intelligibility of Nonsense”, forthcoming in Contemporary Tractatus, a volume of papers growing out of the Contemporary Tractatus conference sponsored by the Auburn University Department of Philosophy in March, 2011.  (Download DOC)