Borderless Philosophy 4 (2021): Second Call For Submissions, Plus Links To All Previous Issues & Articles.
By Hugh Reginald
Borderless Philosophy’s Editorial Team, whose members currently are
Dennis Earl (Coastal Carolina Univ., USA) https://www.coastal.edu/academics/facultyprofiles/humanities/philosophyandreligiousstudies/dennisearl/,
Robert Hanna (Independent, USA) https://colorado.academia.edu/RobertHanna,
Michelle Maiese (Emmanuel College, USA) http://www.emmanuel.edu/academics/our-faculty/michelle-maiese.html,
Pablo Muchnik (Emerson College, USA) https://www.emerson.edu/faculty-staff-directory/pablo-muchnik,
Otto Paans (Independent, Netherlands) https://tu-berlin.academia.edu/OttoPaans, and
Hugh Reginald (Independent, Canada) (Editorial Team Leader),
is pleased to announce a Second Call for Submissions for our fourth issue (2021).
Borderless Philosophy is a highly progressive online, universal free-access philosophy journal that publishes works of philosophy without any in-principle restrictions whatsoever as to length, philosophical content or topic, presentational format, or language.
And here are the contents of those issues.
BORDERLESS PHILOSOPHY 1 (2018)
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”
9. Michelle Maiese, “Higher Education, Neoliberalism, and the Need for Borderless Philosophy”
10. Otto Paans, “Mental Simulation as Affective-Cognitive Act”
12. Rainer Maria Rilke, “Fall/Herbst”
BORDERLESS PHILOSOPHY 2 (2019)
2. Jay Bernstein, “Notes on Revolution Now: Kant, Balibar, Adorno,” 22–46.
3. Carlo Cellucci, “The Most Urgent Task of Philosophy Today,” 47–75.
4. Gottlob Frege, “On the Scientific Justification of a Concept Script,” 76–94.
6. Andreas Keller, “Four Mythological Dialogues,” 99–116.
7. Andreas Keller, “Proteons: Towards a Philosophy of Creativity,” 117–172.
8. Kenneth Macpherson, “Undercover Doctor of Philosophy, Or, What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been,” 173–206.
10. Roberto Pereira, “What Kant Has To Teach Us About What Mary Learns,” 257–276.
11. Michael Szpakowski, “97 Questions About Art,” 277–280.
BORDERLESS PHILOSOPHY 3 (2020)
2. Ronald Green, “Approximation Works,” 32–38.
6. Andreas Keller, “On Ethical Problems of Whole Brain Simulations,” 199–211.
7. Andreas Keller, “Rediscovering the Non-Conceptual,” 212–237.
9. Otto Paans, “Postmodernity and the Politics of Fragmentation,” 264–310.
You can contact BP either via its contact page, HERE, or at this e-address: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Borderless Philosophy’s only criteria of selection are
(i) that the work be of genuine interest to philosophers or any other philosophically-minded person, and
(ii) that the work be generally accessible to non-academics as well as professional academics, with a minimum of scholarly apparatus.
Borderless Philosophy publishes in English but also in any other language, alongside English translations — with the translations to be arranged by authors, but curated by our Editorial Team.
Deadline for Submissions for BP4 (2021): 1 January 2021.
Please send your submissions to this e-address: <email@example.com>.
And please submit your work as a Word-file, if practicable.
During January 2021 your work will be reviewed by three randomly-chosen members of Borderless Philosophy’s six-person Editorial Team, and considered for publication in our fourth issue, which is slated to appear in June 2021.
Borderless Philosophy’s reviewing policies and procedures in the selection phase are single-blind, author-centered, and responsible.
This means that:
(i) your identity will not be revealed to the three-person selection team during the selection process,
(ii) the selection team will review your submission, make a decision, and inform you of that decision by 1 February 2021, and
(iii) if your work is deselected, you’ll also receive a short letter from the selection team spelling out their reasons for deselection, and making friendly suggestions for improvement and revision.
Selected works will move on to the work-shopping phase, editing, and finally publication in Borderless Philosophy 4 (2021) during June 2021.
Borderless Philosophy is a sub-project of the online mega-project PHILOSOPHY WITHOUT BORDERS, an online mega-project for creating and sharing original philosophy, all of them freely available to anyone, anywhere, world-wide.
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