We’ve just learned of a new open access journal devoted to the history of analytic philosophy which we thought a number of our readers would find of great interest. Named the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, and under the editorial leadership of Mark Textor (Philosophy, King’s College London), here is a brief description of its “Focus and Scope”:
JHAP aims to promote research in and provide a forum for discussion of the history of analytic philosophy. ‘History’ and ‘analytic’ are understood broadly. JHAP takes the history of analytic philosophy to be part of analytic philosophy. Accordingly, it publishes historical research that interacts with the ongoing concerns of analytic philosophy and with the history of other twentieth century philosophical traditions. In addition to research articles, JHAP publishes discussion notes and reviews.
To visit the journal’s website, please click here.
Related post: on Juliet Floyd’s 2009 essay in the Journal of the History of Philosophy on “Recent Themes in the History of Analytic Philosophy.” (Prof. Floyd is an Associate Editor of the new JHAP.)