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The first issue of Kantian Review will be published in December 1997. The journal will be published by the University of Wales Press in association with the recently formed UK Kant Society and with the support of the North American Kant Society.
The journal aims to publish the best contemporary work on Kant and Kantian issues and will place an emphasis on those current philosophical debates which reflect a Kantian influence. Almost all recent Western philosophy makes some reference to the work of Kant, either consciously rejecting or consciously endorsing some aspect of that work. In epistemology, in philosophy of mind and language, in moral and political philosophy, and in aesthetics, such Kantian influences are widely acknowledged and extensively discussed. Kant's work has also increasingly become a concern for the social and political sciences. The journal will strengthen this interest both by establishing interpretations of Kant's own writing and by discussing the substance of the related current philosophical debates.
The journal will publish full length articles, discussion notes, and reviews of the many books published with a Kantian background. The journal will build on the strong links which have been made between the UK Kant Society and the North American Kant Society and the principal writers on Kant in the USA and Europe.
- Professor Howard Williams, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
- Professor Graham Bird, University of Manchester
with the assistance of
- Professor Richard Aquila, University of Tennessee
- Dr. Philip Stratton-Lake, University of Keele
Consists of the most prominent philosophers currently working on Kant's philosophy and includes:
- Professor Henry Allison, University of California, San Diego
- Professor Michael Friedman, University of Indiana
- Professor Paul Guyer, Pennsylvania University
- Professor Jurgen Habermas, University of Frankfurt
- Professor Wolfgang Kersting, University of Kiel
- Professor Pierre Laberge, University of Ottawa
- Professor Ingeborg Maus, University of Frankfurt;
- Dr. Onora O'Neill, Principal, Newnham College, Cambridge;
- Professor Hoke Robinson, University of Memphis;
- Professor Susan Shell, Boston College;
- Professor Allen Wood, Yale University;
- Professor Otfried Hoeffe, University of Tübingen.
In the initial issues the editors plan to contribute surveys of some contemporary issues in the fields of epistemology, political philosophy, and ethics, where a Kantian influence is most evident. Initial issues will contain the following articles:
Henry Allison, "Beauty and Duty in Kant's Critique of Judgement"
Richard Aquila, "Unity of apperception and the division of labour in the Transcendental Analytic"
D. Guevara, "Two Standpoints on the Will"
G. Cavallar and A. Reinisch, "Kant and the Failed State"
Graham Bird, "Kant and Current Philosophy: Epistemology"
Salim Kemal, "Kant, Society and Morality"
Susan Shell, "Kant on Punishment: a defence"
Ralf Meerbote on Allison
Chris Janaway on Guyer
Leslie Stevenson on Kant's Epistemology
J. Buroker on Falkenstein
Reviews of Onora O'Neill's Justice and Virtue; C. Korsgaard's Creating the Kingdom of Ends; S. Shell's The Embodiment of Reason and new volumes of the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant
Call for papers
Editorial enquiries should be addressed to Professor Howard Williams, Department of International Politics, University of Wales Aberystwyth, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3DA. Telephone: 01970-622707. Fax: 01970-622709.
How to subscribe
Kant Review will appear annually, each volume being approximately 130 pages in length. To subscribe, submit the online subscription form, or print it out and send it one of the two addresses given in the following section. Alternatively, preferential subscription rates are available to members of the UK Kant Society and the North American Kant Society. For details on membership in these societies please contact: Paul Gorner, UK Kant Society, Department of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB9 2UB or Richard E. Aquila, North American Kant Society, Department of Philosophy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0480, U S A. Telephone: 423-974-7199. Fax: 423-974-3509. E-mail: email@example.com.
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