Studies in Practical Philosophy
A Journal of Ethical and Political Thought, 1999-2005
Jennifer Hansen, Editor
Studies in Practical Philosophy was a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to opening up new spaces for political and social engagement. Its goal was to make evident the ethical and political force of Continental thought as it bears on current social problems. Instead of seeing the realms of theory and practice as separate and distinct, this publication challenged the traditional theory/practice dichotomy, with a view to a more dynamic and interactive model. Established in 1999, this journal ceased publication in 2005.
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Contributors included Simon Critchley, Jacques Derrida, Guenther Figal, Julia Kristeva, Ernesto Laclau, John McCumber, Michael Naas, Jean-Luc Nancy, Kelly Oliver, Senem Saner, and Charles Scott.
· ISSN 1389-0506 (print) · Biannual · Print copies no longer available ·
· ISSN 1569-1667 (online) · Access includes all issues (volumes 1-5, 1999-2005) ·
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