The Journal of the Cogito Society, 1987-1999
Carolyn Wilde, Editor
Cogito was a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Cogito Society. Its mission was to bring academic philosophy to a wider readership through the publication of non-technical articles suitable for students and non-specialists. It published interviews with distinguished philosophers, articles on current philosophical activity in schools and universities, reviews, philosophy news, logical puzzles and letters.
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Contributors included Simon Blackburn, Daniel Dennett, A. C. Grayling, Ishtiyaque Haji, Rom Harré, and Jonathan Wolff. Established at the University of Bristol in 1987, Cogito ceased publication in 1999.
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