Journal of Applied Philosophy
© Society for Applied Philosophy
Edited By: Christopher Bennett
Impact Factor: 0.63
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 33/51 (Ethics)
Online ISSN: 1468-5930
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Each year the Journal publishes the Annual Lecture of the Society for Applied Philosophy. The lecture is an open event and is free to attend. All lectures are recorded and posted on SoundCloud.
Society for Applied Philosophy
The Society for Applied Philosophy was founded in 1982 with the aim of promoting philosophical study and research that has a direct bearing on areas of practical concern. It arose from an increasing awareness that many topics of public debate are capable of being illuminated by the critical, analytic approach characteristic of philosophy, and by direct consideration of questions of value.
From the Archives
Each month, JAP will be highlighting a paper specially selected from the JAP archive, which will be free to access for one month.
This month's paper is Stop thinking so much about sexual harassment by Jennifer Saul
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Double Issue out now!
Issue 1 includes Arthur Ripstein's 2016 Annual Lecture 'Reclaiming Proportionality' and responses.
Issue 2 is a Special Issue on Applied Epistemology, guest edited by David Coady and Miranda Fricker.
The Journal of Applied Philosophy uses a triple-masked system: neither editors nor referees know the identity of the author(s), and vice versa. More details are available here. The Journal has also signed up to the British Philosophical Association's Good Practice Scheme.
The Journal of Applied Philosophy has adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts, for quick and easy online manuscript submission and peer review. See the full author guidelines for more information.
Manuscript Turnaround Times
Average time from submission to final decision in 2015 - 71 days.
Early View: Articles Published Online Ahead of Print
Articles accepted for publication in Journal of Applied Philosophy are published online before appearing in a print edition. These articles are fully peer-reviewed, edited and complete and are made available for viewing by the academic community as quickly as possible, thereby reducing time to publication without sacrificing quality or completeness.
Annual Essay Prize
The Journal of Applied Philosophy will award an annual prize of £1,000 to the best article published in that year's volume, as judged by the editors of the Journal. The Society for Applied Philosophy's annual lecture, published in the Journal, will not be eligible for the prize of best article.
2016 Winning Article:
The Editors are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2016 Journal of Applied Philosophy essay prize is Federico Picinali for his article Base-rates of Negative Traits: Instructions for use in Criminal Trials