Social Philosophy Today
A Series from the North American Society for Social Philosophy
Jeff Gauthier, Editor
Social Philosophy Today is a peer-reviewed forum for the philosophical discussion of contemporary social issues. Each volume contains a selection of papers presented at the International Social Philosophy Conference, an annual event sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy. These meetings bring together leading social philosophers, political scientists, lawyers, and social scientists from various countries to discuss major issues of contemporary concern. The content of each volume reflects the thematic organization of that meeting. The 2015 volume of this series - Power, Protest, and the Future of Democracy - is now available.
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"A unique outlet for careful, critical scholarship in various fields of practical ethics. Scholars who read or publish in this series agree with Socrates that philosophy is crucial to resolution of real life issues."
— Mary B. Mahowald, University of Chicago
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