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SPECIAL ISSUES

Each year the journal publishes a special supplementary issue, The Spindel Supplement. This special issue contains the invited papers of the Spindel Conference, held each fall at the University of Memphis. Endowed by a generous gift from the Spindel family, each Spindel Conference centers on a philosophical topic of broad interest and provides a venue for discussion by the world's leading figures on that topic.

The Spindel Supplement is included in a regular subscription to The Southern Journal of Philosophy and is also available separately. Titles of published volumes include:

  • Empathy and Ethics
  • The Sexes of Evolution: Continental Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy, and Evolutionary Theory
  • Race, Racism, and Liberalism in the Twenty-First Century
  • Global Feminist Ethics and Politics
  • The First-Person Perspective in Philosophical Inquiry
  • Social Epistemology
  • Ancient Greek Ethics and Political Philosophy
  • Julia Kristeva's Ethical and Political Thought
  • The Legacy of G. E. Moore: 100 Years of Metaethics
  • Origins: The Common Sources of the Analytic and Phenomenological Traditions
  • The Contemporary Relevance of Hegel's Philosophy of Right
  • The Role of the Empirical (and of the A Priori) in Epistemology
  • Nietzsche and Politics
  • Kant's Metaphysics of Morals
  • Rethinking Sex and Gender
  • Explanation in the Human Sciences
  • Vagueness
  • Derrida's Interpretation of Husserl
  • Ancient Minds
  • System and Teleology in Kant's Critique of Judgment
  • Moral Epistemology
  • Heidegger and Praxis
  • Aristotle's Ethics
  • Connectionism and the Philosophy of Mind
  • The B-Deduction
  • Moral Realism
  • Recovering the Stoics
  • Supervenience
  • The Rationalist Conception of Consciousness
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