Radical Philosophy

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Radical Philosophy is a bimonthly British academic journal of critical theory and continental philosophy. It was established in 1972 with the purpose of providing a forum for the theoretical work which was emerging in the wake of the radical movements of the 1960s, in philosophy and other fields. The journal is edited by an "editorial collective".[1]


As well as academic articles, the journal publishes book reviews and usually some news and at least one commentary on matters of topical interest. Although not associated with any specific left-wing position, the journal is subtitled "Journal of Socialist and Feminist Philosophy" and has been broadly associated with the New Left. Editors of the journal since the early 1970s have included Marxists and feminists.

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

The journal is abstracted and indexed in Alternative Press Index, British Humanities Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, Current Contents, The Left Index, Philosopher's Index, and Sociological Abstracts.


  1. ^ "Editorial Collective". Radical Philosophy. Retrieved 2011-12-19. 

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