The Southern Journal of Philosophy is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2012! To commemorate this milestone and to honor all of those who have sustained this distinctive forum for the past half-century, each of the issues in this year’s volume has been specially commissioned, guest-edited, and dedicated to a timely topic from one of the areas in which the SJP regularly publishes (analytic philosophy, continental philosophy, and history of philosophy):
- 50.1: “Epistemic Coherentism,” ed. Ted Poston
- 50.2: “Continental Philosophy: What and Where Will It Be?” ed. Ted Toadvine
- 50.3: “Newton and Newtonianism,” ed. Mary Domski
- 50.4: “Relativism about Value,” eds. Max Kölbel and Dan Zeman
Together, these issues will offer a “state of the discipline” look at key debates in contemporary philosophy.To be alerted when new issues publish, visit the SJP homepage and click “Get New Content Alerts” from the top left Journal Tools menu.