Thought: A Journal of Philosophy
© 2013 Northern Institute of Philosophy and Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Online ISSN: 2161-2234
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Thought: A New Journal From the Northern Institute of Philosophy
Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, edited by Crispin Wright, John Divers and Carrie Ichikawa Jenkins, is dedicated to the publication of short (less than 4,500 words), original, philosophical papers in the following areas:
• Philosophy of Language
• Philosophy of Logic
• Philosophy of Math
• Philosophy of Mind
All published papers will be analytic in style. We intend that readers of Thought will be exposed to the most central and significant issues and positions in contemporary philosophy that fall under its remit.
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Submit to Thought: A Journal of Philosophy
Thought invites submissions for a Special Issue on The Metaphysics of Time and Modality.
Thought features a quick review time, with a commitment to giving authors a response within eight weeks. All submissions are blind reviewed at all stages of the review process. Only papers that exemplify the highest standard of clarity will be published.
A unique reviewing system ensures that each published paper is double reviewed by experts in six relevant subcategories of research, each headed by a sub-editor:
- Philosophy of Logic (JC Beall)
- Philosophy of Maths (Richard Heck)
- Philosophy of Mind (Susanna Siegel )
- Epistemology (Brian Weatherson)
- Philosophy of Language (Jonathan Schaffer)
- Metaphysics (Ross Cameron)
Please review the Thought author guidelines and submit your papers to: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tht
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