This peer-reviewed scholarly journal is an official publication of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. Established in 1927, the journal has a rich and varied history, and has long been one of the leading philosophy journals in North America. Each issue features scholarly articles, topical discussions, and book reviews dealing with all philosophical areas and approaches. Every fourth issue is a special issue dedicated entirely to the work and legacy of a particular thinker. Members of the American Catholic Philosophical Association have online access to all issues as a benefit of ACPA membership.
The Croatian Journal of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed journal with a primary focus on original philosophical work in analytic philosophy in Central Europe. It was established in 2001 and has a particular strength in the philosophy of linguisitcs. Articles and reviews from Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, and other countries are published along with with contributions from Western Europe and the US. The journal is published three times per year in Croatia by KruZak, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports of the Republic of Croatia.
Founded in 2004, Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology is a semiannual peer-reviewed journal devoted to philosophy of culture and the study of value. It aims to promote the exploration of different values and cultural phenomena in regional and international contexts.The editorial board encourages the submission of manuscripts based on original research that are judged to make a novel and important contribution to understanding the values and cultural phenomena in the contemporary world.
Hume Studies is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal dedicated to publishing important work bearing on the thought of David Hume. Hume Studies is receptive to a wide variety of topics, methods, and approaches, so long as the work contributes to the understanding of Hume's thought, meets the highest standards of scholarship, and demonstrates mastery of the relevant scholarly literature. Hume Studies is published by the Hume Society in April and November. For more information on joining the Hume Society, please visit www.humesociety.org.
International Philosophical Quarterly has provided a peer-reviewed forum in English for the international exchange of basic philosophical ideas since 1961. The journal stands in the general tradition of theistic and personalist humanism without further restriction of school or philosophical orientation, and is open to both the philosophical discussion of contemporary issues and historical studies. It is truly international in scope, and enjoys a long-standing relationship with the Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix in Belgium. Contributors include Masao Abe, Manfred Baum, Aaron Ben-Ze'ev, Judith Butler, Antony Flew, Rom Harré, Hans Jonas, Muhammad Ali Khalidi, Hui-Cheh Loy, Paul Ricoeur, Richard Rorty, Edward Said, Yves R. Simon, and Robert Wood.
A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture is an interdisciplinary quarterly committed to exploring the beauty, truth, and vitality of Christianity, particularly as it is rooted in and shaped by Catholicism. We seek a readership that extends beyond the academy, and publish articles on literature, philosophy, theology, history, the natural and social sciences, art, music, public policy, and the professions. Logos is published under the auspices of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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.
Philosophy Today publishes four times per year articles reflecting the trends and interests of contemporary philosophy. The contributors' views do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors of Philosophy Today. Philosophy Today publishes articles in contemporary European philosophy, focussing on phenomenology and existentialism. Articles often consider the relationship between one thinker and another (e.g., Freud or Nietzsche) across interdisciplinary lines. Philosophy Today sometimes carries articles that consider the relationship between traditional philosophical themes and phenomenology and existentialism. Each issue contains six to eight articles which vary in length from 12 to 18 pages. Articles frequently deal with the thought of Kiekegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Ricoeur. Articles have extensive footnotes and Philosophy Today does not publish book reviews.
Welcome to the home page for the Review of Metaphysics, a philosophical quarterly founded by Paul Weiss and published by the Philosophy Education Society, Inc.The Review of Metaphysics is devoted to the promotion of technically competent, definitive contributions to philosophical knowledge. Not associated with any school or group, not the organ of any association or institution, it is interested in persistent, resolute inquiries into root questions, regardless of the writer's affiliations.Published for more than sixty years, the Review of Metaphysics has established itself as an unrivaled resource for the profession both in the major research libraries of the world and in the private libraries of professors, scholars, and students of philosophy. Among the top English-language journals in circulation, and boasting one of the largest foreign circulations, the Review offers its reader an overview of contemporary philosophy and the opportunity to assess its developing currents.Please use the window on the left to find information on our contributors, past issues, subscribing and resubscribing through our website, how to submit articles, purchasing past articles, the dissertation essay contest, and other aspects of the Review of Metaphysics.
Teaching Philosophy is the only journal devoted exclusively to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy. Since 1975 it has provided a peer-reviewed forum for the exchange of ideas about the challenges faced by philosophers in the classroom, and has published the largest body of original work on philosophy teaching in the English language. Each quarterly issue offers a unique mix of articles, reports, case studies, and reviews. Topics regularly covered:* Innovative teaching methods, classroom strategies, and new instructional materials;*Theoretical issues and pedagogical problems in the teaching of philosophy;*Experimental and interdisciplinary courses with philosophical content;*Courses that develop philosophical aspects of other fields;*Evaluation of teaching and learning assessment in philosophy;*Philosophy faculty development and student counseling;*Reviews of books, software, instructional media, and online resources.