Canadian Journal of Philosophy

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Canadian Journal of Philosophy  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4) Can. J. Philos.
Discipline Philosophy
Language English
Edited by Michael Stingl
Publication details
Publisher University of Calgary Press (Canada)
Publication history 1971–present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 0045-5091 (print)
1911-0820 (web)
OCLC number 1553152
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The Canadian Journal of Philosophy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of philosophy that was established in 1971 by John King-Farlow, Kai Nielsen, T.M. Penelhum, and W.W. Rozeboom. It is published by the University of Calgary Press. Besides the regular issues, a supplementary volume is produced once per year consisting of invited papers on a particular philosophical topic.

Notable articles[edit]

Some of the most notable articles[according to whom?] published in the journal are (in date order):

  • "Legal Paternalism" (1974) - Joel Feinberg
  • "Counterfactuals and Possible Worlds" (1974) - Jonathan Bennett
  • "The Representative Theory of Perception" (1975) - Barry Maund
  • "The Nature of Laws" (1977) - Michael Tooley
  • "Modifiers and Quantifiers in Natural Language" (1980) - Terence Parsons
  • "Misinformation" (1989) - Peter Godfrey-Smith
  • "The Ontology of Complex Systems" (1994) - William C. Wimsatt
  • "Breaking Up: An Essay on Secession" (1994) - David Gauthier
  • "Are Thought Experiments Just What You Thought?" (1996) - John D. Norton

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