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SPECIAL ISSUES

Each issue of Philosophical Topics is a special anthology on a particular subject.
Print copies are available from the University of Arkansas Press.

  • Volume 46, Issue 1 - Spring 2017
    CAN BELIEFS BE WRONG?
    Issue Editors: Rima Basu and Mark Schroeder

  • Volume 45, Issue 2 - Fall 2017
    PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE
    Issue Editor: Jason Stanley

  • Volume 45, Issue 1 - Spring 2017
    EPISTEMOLOGY AND COGNITION
    Issue Editors: Chris Tucker and Jack Lyons

  • Volume 44, Issue 2 - Fall 2016
    NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF PERCEPTION
    Issue Editors: Christopher S. Hill and Brian P. McLaughlin

  • Volume 44, Issue 1 - Spring 2016
    ESSAYS ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREDERICK STOUTLAND
    Issue Editor: Martin Gustafsson

  • Volume 43, Issue 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2015
    THE EVOLOUTION OF MODERN METAPHYSICS:
    RESPONSES TO A.W. MOORE WITH HIS REPLIES
    Issue Editor: Edward Minar

  • Volume 42, Issue 2 - Fall 2014
    CONTEMPORARY TRACTATUS
    Issue Editor: Edward Minar

  • Volume 42, Issue 1 - Spring 2014
    THE SECOND PERSON
    Edited by James Conant and Sebastian Rödl

  • Volume 41, Number 2 - Fall 2013
    ENVISIONING PLURALITY
    Issue Editors: Jean Keller and Bonnie Mann

  • Volume 41, Number 1 - Spring 2013
    HAPPINESS
    Issue Editors: Edoardo Zamuner and Timothy O’Leary

  • Volume 40, Number 2 - Fall 2012
    CONSCIOUSNESS
    Issue Editor: Richard Brown

  • Volume 40, Number 1 - Spring 2012
    RETHINKING INEQUALITY
    Issue Editors: Monique Deveaux and Patti Tamara Lenard

  • Volume 39, Number 2 - Fall 2011
    HANNAH ARENDT
    Issue Editors: Irene McMullin and Karin Fry

  • Volume 39, Number 1 - Spring 2011
    EMBODIMENT

  • Volume 38, Number 2 - Fall 2010
    MORAL DISAGREEMENT
    Issue Editor: John K. Davis

  • Volume 38, Number 1 - Spring 2010
    ETHICS
    Issue Editors: Matthew Pianalto and Edward Minar

  • Volume 37, Number 2 - Fall 2009
    GLOBAL GENDER JUSTICE
    Issue Editor: Alison M. Jaggar

  • Volume 37, Number 1 - Spring 2009
    PERCEPTION AND INTENTIONALITY
    Issue Editor: Alan Thomas

  • Volume 36, Number 2 - Fall 2008
    ON BETWEEN SAYING AND DOING

  • Volume 36, Number 1 - Spring 2008
    PRAGMATISM
    Issue Editor: Steven Levine

  • Volume 35, Number 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2007
    METAPHYSICS
    Issue Editors Eric Funkhouser and Barry Ward

  • Volume 34, Number 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2006
    ANALYTIC KANTIANISM
    Issue Editor: James Conant

  • Volume 33, Number 2 - Fall 2005
    NIETZSCHE
    Issue Editors: Randall Havas and Edward Minar

  • Volume 33, Number 1 - Spring 2005
    PERCEPTION

  • Volume 32, Number 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2004
    AGENCY
    Issue Editor John M. Fischer

  • Volume 31, Number 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2003
    MODERN PHILOSOPHY
    Issue Editors: Justin Broackes, Christopher S. Hill, and Alison Simmons

  • Volume 30, Number 2 - Fall 2002
    GLOBAL INEQUALITIES
    Issue Editors: Martha Nussbaum and Chad Flanders

  • Volume 30, Number 1 - Spring 2002
    IDENTITY AND INDIVIDUATION

  • Volume 29, Number 1/2 - Spring/Fall 2001
    THE PHILOSOPHY OF ALVIN GOLDMAN
    Issue Editors: Christopher Hill, Hilary Kornbluth, and Tom Senor

  • Volume 28, Number 2 - Fall 2000
    INTROSPECTION

  • Volume 28, Number 1 - Spring 2000
    VAGUENESS

  • Volume 27, Number 2 - Fall 1999
    THE INTERSECTION OF ANALYTIC AND CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY
    Issue Editors: Hubert Dreyfus and Mark Wrathall

  • Volume 27, Number 1 - Spring 1999
    ZOOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY
    Issue Editors: Gerald J. Massey and Barbara D. Massey

· ISSN 0276-2080 (print) · Biannual · Print subscriptions available from the University of Arkansas Press ·
· ISSN 2154-154X (online) · Access includes The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy vol.1-11 (1970-1980) ·


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