Canadian Journal of Philosophy
|Canadian Journal of Philosophy|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Can. J. Philos.|
|Edited by||Michael Stingl|
|Publisher||University of Calgary Press (Canada)|
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.
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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