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Call for Proposals: Topical issues of ‘Open Philosophy’

Open Philosophy (degruyter.com/opphil) invites groups of researchers, conference organizers and individual scholars to submit their proposals of edited volumes to be considered as topical issues of the journal. 

To submit your proposal please contact Dr Katarzyna Tempczyk at katarzyna.tempczyk@degruyter.com 

Proposals will be collected by October 31, 2021. 

ABOUT THE JOURNAL 

Open Philosophy is an international Open Access, peer-reviewed academic journal covering all areas of philosophy. The objective of Open Philosophy is to foster free exchange of ideas and provide an appropriate platform for presenting, discussing and disseminating new concepts, current trends, theoretical developments and research findings related to the broadest philosophical spectrum. The journal does not favour any particular philosophical school, perspective or methodology.

OUR PAST TOPICAL ISSUES:

2018:

The New Metaphysics: Analytic / Continental Crossovers (ed. Jon Cogburn and Paul Livingston) 

Objects Across the Traditions (ed. Tom Sparrow) 

2019: 

Does Public Art Have to Be Bad Art? (ed. Mark Kingwell)

Computer Modeling in Philosophy (ed. Patrick Grim)

Object-Oriented Ontology and Its Critics (ed. Graham Harman)

Experience in a New Key (ed. Dorthe Jørgensen)

2020:

Imagination and Potentiality: The Quest for the Real (ed. Graham Harman and Kristupas Sabolius)

Changing One’s Mind: Philosophy, Religion and Science (ed. Yossef Schwartz, Paul Franks and Christian Wiese) 

Philosophy of the City (ed. Sanna Lehtinen)

Object-Oriented Ontology and Its Critics II (ed. Graham Harman)

2021 (in progress): 

Ethics and Politics of TV Series (ed. Sandra Laugier)

Philosophy and Sonic Research: Thinking with Sounds and Rhythms (ed. Martin Nitsche and Vit Pokorny)

Home & Exile – Feminist Philosophy in Thought, History and Action: a multi-disciplinary approach (ed. Nicole des Bouvrie and Laura Hellsten)

Object-Oriented Ontology and Its Critics III (ed. Graham Harman)