A Quarterly Journal of Philosophy - formerly The Modern Schoolman
Joe Salerno, Editor
Res Philosophica is an international, quarterly journal of philosophy that publishes research in all areas of philosophy, historical and topical. Founded as The Modern Schoolman by Jesuit Scholastics in 1925, this peer-reviewed journal is edited by members of the Philosophy Department at Saint Louis University.
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The journal is pluralistic, reflecting the Department, and publishes philosophical research from a wide range of perspectives. It is one of the oldest philosophy journals in North America.
· ISSN 2168-9105 (print) · Quarterly · Single print issues: Institutions $25, Individuals $15 · Call for availability ·
· ISSN 2168-9113 (online) · Online access includes The Modern Schoolman, vol. 1-89 (1925-2012) ·
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