American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
Sixth Annual Rising Scholar Contest
Any scholar who will not have attained the rank of associate professor by September 1, 2018 is invited to submit a paper that contributes to the development or elucidation of the Catholic philosophical tradition. The award for the winning paper will be $3000 and a one-year membership in the American Catholic Philosophical Association. The winning essay will be published in the ACPQ and specially designated as winner of the contest.
Contest Rules and Submissions Instructions (pdf)
Inquiries may be directed to [email protected].
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 1, 2018
ACPQ SPECIAL ISSUE
Volume 93, Issue 2 (Spring 2019)
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
University of Paris-Sorbonne
It is now widely recognized that early-modern or ‘Second’ Scholasticism constitutes the missing link between medieval and early-modern philosophy. This issue of ACPQ wishes to take a different perspective, and promote the study of second scholasticism for its inherent philosophical value and not necessarily by looking for anticipations of Descartes or Kant. The editors welcome papers on any issue under the following specifications: (1) the issue should be dedicated primarily to logic, metaphysics or the theory of knowledge; (2) we encourage the authors to look outside the present accepted ‘canon’ of second scholastic authors, such as Vitora, Suárez or Poinsot, as we wish to promote lesser known figures who were often giants in their own time; (3) we are open to both analytical reconstruction as well as to historical scholarship. Each article, including abstract and notes, should be under 12000 words (no longer than approx. 45 double-spaced, 12-point manuscript pages).
Send submissions by email directly to the guest editors.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 1, 2018