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Monday, October 7, 2013

Quarterly Review of Philosophy

 Here is a journal to keep you up on the latest developments in the world of Philosophy...

 Mind has long been a leading journal in philosophy. For well over 100 years it has published the best new work in all areas of the subject, including epistemology, metaphysics, logic, ethics, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, philosophy of science, and the history of philosophy. Each issue also contains a broad selection of book reviews which summarize and evaluate the most interesting recent publications in the discipline.

The journal continues its tradition of excellence today. Mind has always enjoyed a strong reputation for the high standards established by its editors and receives around 350 submissions each year. The editor seeks advice from a large number of expert referees, including members of the network of Associate Editors and his international advisers.Mind is published quarterly on behalf of the Mind Association.

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Mind is the best known British journal of philosophy and is one of the most widely read and respected professional publications in the field. For over a century Mind has presented the leading philosophical issues of its time and has offered its readers articles by many of the world's most distinguished philosophers.

Mind has always enjoyed a strong reputation for the high standards established by its editors, and receives around 400 submissions a year. The Editor seeks advice from a large number of referees, including members of the editorial board and his international advisers.

The Editor of Mind is Professor Thomas Baldwin of the University of York.



Professor Thomas Baldwin


About the Association

The Mind Association supports and promotes research excellence in philosophy. It is responsible for the management and financial support of the quarterly journal, Mind.  For a statement of the journal’s review practices see MIND Review Practices

The Association also supports philosophical research in two main other ways: by offering conference grants to help fund high quality, open conferences and workshops in any area of philosophy; and by funding research fellowships. From 2010 the fellowships offered comprise: up to three six-month research fellowships; and a 12-month fellowship, the Mind Senior Research Fellowship. In the academic year following the tenure of their fellowship, the Mind Senior Fellow gives a public lecture hosted by their home institution.

Membership of the Association is open to any subscriber to the journal, whether an individual or an institution. In addition to receiving Mind, members may attend the national philosophical conference (the Joint Session) organised with the Aristotelian Society and held each year in July at one of the British universities. The AGM of the Mind Association takes place at this conference and members are entitled to vote at this. If the member is an institutional subscriber, then an individual representative may be appointed to attend. A list of all individual members is published each year in the January issue of Mind.

The Director of the Association is Prof Miranda Fricker. Her address is:   Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield, 45 Victoria Street, Sheffield S3 7QB.    (m.fricker[at]

The Treasurer of the Association is Professor Timothy Chappell. His address is: Department of Philosophy, The Open University, MK7 6AA.

The Mind Association is a registered charity, number 269707.

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