Southern Journal of Philosophy
|Southern Journal of Philosophy|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||SJP|
|Edited by||Stephan Blatti|
|Frequency||Quarterly + Annual Supplement (Spindel Supplement)|
The Southern Journal of Philosophy has long provided a forum for the expression of philosophical ideas written from all philosophical perspectives, including both the analytic and continental traditions, as well as the history of philosophy. This commitment to philosophical pluralism is reflected in the long list of notable figures whose work has appeared in the SJP, including Hans-Georg Gadamer, Hubert Dreyfus, George Santayana, Wilfrid Sellars, and Richard Sorabji.
The Southern Journal of Philosophy has been in continuous publication since 1963. Its institutional home is the University of Memphis. The philosophy faculty there serve as editorial consultants. Stephan Blatti is the Editor.
- The Southern Journal of Philosophy
- Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
- Spindel Supplements
- University of Memphis Department of Philosophy
- University of Memphis
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