© 2014 Editorial board of dialectica
Edited By: Marcel Weber and Philipp Blum
Online ISSN: 1746-8361
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Key Articles from dialectica
In this exciting virtual issue, the editorial team has selected some recent articles to showcase content from dialectica that particularly reflects the journal’s relevance to a US audience. These articles are representative of the many domains in which dialectica publishes, from ontology to epistemology and philosophy of mind or the theory of rationality.
We are confident that you will find this virtual issue interesting and informative.
A Tale of Two Vectors
Relation-Based Thought, Objectivity and Disagreement
De re and De se
Reasons to Believe and Assertion
There is No Puzzle about Change
Defending Contingentism in Metaphysics
Ontological Priority, Fundamentality and Monism
The A-Theory of Time, The B-Theory of Time, and 'Taking Tense Seriously'
Dean W. Zimmerman
European Society for Analytic Philosophy
The main aim of the European Society for Analytic Philosophy (ESAP) is to try and bring together, at a European level, the different national groups of analytic philosophers in the hope that these will lead to new contacts and collaboration.
ESAP organises the European Congresses of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP) on a regular basis, allowing European analytic philosophers to meet and come to know each other, issues a newsletter and other publications of general interest; and facilitates the organisation of European conferences and workshops on specific subjects within analytic philosophy.
The dialectica 2012 essay prize has been awarded to Dustin Stokes, University of Utah, for his paper, 'Cognitive penetration and the perception of art.'
dialectica also has a page on Academia.edu, click here to visit the page, view dialectica's latest activities and become a follower.
The full bibliography of articles published in dialectica since 1947 is available here.
dialectica prides itself on its quick turnaround time, averaging 97 days from article submission to decision in 2010.
View submission statistics, including acceptance rates and countries of submission for dialectica from 2000-2010 here.
In 2011, dialectica held its 2011 annual lecture at the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division conference.
The lecture was given by Kit Fine, who is arguably the most important living philosopher, on the topic of 'Truth Making'. A podcast of Kit Fine's lecture is available for free below:
Paolo Casalegno’s Good Points, edited by Elisa Paganini
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