Borderless Philosophy 1 (2018), Featuring Works By John Altmann, Andrew Chapman, Katherine Crabtree, Dennis Earl, Giovanni Frigo, Robert Hanna, Bruno Latour, Michelle Maiese, Otto Paans, Hugh Reginald, and Rainer Maria Rilke.
By Hugh Reginald
Borderless Philosophy, aka BP, is a new and absolutely unique philosophy journal.
BP publishes works of philosophy without any in-principle restrictions whatsoever as to length, philosophical content or topic, presentational format, or language.
BP’s only criterion of selection is that the work be of genuine interest to philosophers or any other philosophically-minded person.
BP publishes in English but also in any other language, alongside English translations — with the translations to be arranged by authors, but edited by BP.
BP is online and universal free-access.
BP’s Editorial Team is therefore extremely pleased to present its inaugural issue, BP1 (2018), which has the following contents:
1. BP Editorial Team, “Doing Philosophy Borderlessly: An Editorial Manifesto”
2. John Altmann, “To Exist is to Resist: Existentialism & Disability”
3. Andrew D. Chapman, “The Essentially Existential and Borderless Project of Philosophy”
4. Katherine Crabtree, “Duty to Revolt”
5. Dennis Earl, “Core Curriculum Revisions for Critical Thinking: A Tragedy in Five Acts (and An Alternate Ending)”
6. Giovanni Frigo, “Philosophical and Ethical Contributions to the Sustainable Energy Discourse: A Report”
9. Michelle Maiese, “Higher Education, Neoliberalism, and the Need for Borderless Philosophy”
10. Otto Paans, “Mental Simulation as Affective-Cognitive Act”
11. Hugh Reginald, “How Poetry is the Hero of Philosophy, Or, Why I Translated Rilke’s Herbst for Borderless Philosophy”
12. Rainer Maria Rilke, “Fall/Herbst”
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