Edward Minar and Jack Lyons, Co-Editors
Philosophical Topics is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of new work in the major areas of philosophy. Each issue consists entirely of invited papers that maintain the highest standard of scholarly excellence. Recent issues have been concerned with perception, agency, modern philosophy, identity, and free will. Its commitment to excellence has helped Philosophical Topics become an established venue for truly orignal work. It is published by the University of Arkansas philosophy department and the University of Arkansas Press.
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The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy (vol.1-11)
Contributors include Hector-Neri Castañeda, Daniel Dennett, Hubert Dreyfus, William Frankena, Susan Haack, Otfried Höffe, Béatrice Longuenesse, W. V. Quine, Sydney Shoemaker, Robert Solomon, and Achille Varzi.
"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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