Australasian Philosophical Review

The Australasian Association of Philosophy Article Collection FREE

To celebrate the first year of The Australasian Association of Philosophy’s new journal, Australasian Philosophical ReviewRoutledge has compiled an article collection containing the most-read articles of 2017 from both the Australasian Philosophical Review and the Australasian Journal of Philosophy. Enjoy FREE access to the articles until the end of January 2018.

The Australasian Philosophical Review is a new and exciting journal in Open Peer Commentary format. It publishes significant and controversial invited lead articles by authors from all areas of philosophy, together with invited and open peer commentaries on those invited lead articles, and authors’ responses to those commentaries. Each issue has a different curator, (chosen by a committee of the Australasian Association of Philosophy); the curator is responsible for the choice of the authors of the invited lead article and the invited commentaries.

The Australasian Journal of Philosophy (AJP) is one of the world’s leading philosophy journals. Founded in 1923, it has been continuously published ever since. It is recognized as one of the best in the analytic tradition, but is not narrow in what it regards as worthy of acceptance. Heavily cited in the general philosophical literature, it is covered by all the major abstracting and indexing services, including the Arts and Humanities Citation Index® which provides access to current and retrospective bibliographic information and cited references found in the world’s leading arts and humanities journals. In addition to Articles and Discussion Notes, the journal publishes Book Reviews and Book Notes as well as occasional commissioned Critical Notices.