Thursday, October 9, 2008

LAHP Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

HUME. EPISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS
A Special Issue of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy (LAHP)
Published 2010 by Mentis, Paderborn, Germany. Albert Newen & Uwe Meixner
(eds)

GUEST EDITORS
Helen Beebee and Markus Schrenk
Birmingham and Nottingham Universities, GB

IMPORTANT DATES
End July 2009: Submission deadline
December 2009: Notification of acceptance
March 2010: Volume Publication

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

The journal provides a forum for articles in which classical philosophical
texts are interpreted by drawing on the resources of logical analysis. We
strongly encourage systematic reconstructions of key arguments rather than
mere exegetical readings. The special issue of LAHP focuses on David Hume’s Epistemology and Metaphysics: core Humean topics such as causation, induction, scepticism, testimony, miracles, and the existence of God are very welcome.

FORMALITIES
Please note that the language of publication for this volume is English only.
All papers must be accompanied by an abstract of roughly 100 words.
Papers should generally be between 15 and 17 pages (6,500-7,000 words)
including the bibliography.

We accept the following formats: doc, txt, rtf, pdf.
Please find more information on footnotes, the format for references and
bibliographies on our website:
http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/philosophy/pla/submission.html

SUBMISSIONS

All submissions have to be made electronically by e-mail attachment both to
h.beebee@bham.ac.uk and to markus.schrenk@nottingham.ac.uk
All papers have to be prepared for peer-review double blind refereeing.
Please delete all references that could identify you as the author. Please
indicate whether you would be willing to act as a referee for other
submitted papers. Your help would be much appreciated.

Please do not hesitate to contact either of us should you have any questions.

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