NDPR to Publish More Reviews; New Editor Named

Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), the well-known philosophical book review site whose production schedule had slowed owing to the death of editor Gary Gutting in 2019, will soon be ramping up its publication of reviews, and will be doing so…

Philosophers Among New Guggenheim Fellows

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the winners of its fellowships today, and there are three philosophers among them. There were 184 fellows in the 2021 class. The full list of them is here. R. Lanier Anderson, Professor of Philosophy,…

Transitioning a Journal to Triple-Anonymous Review

Those currently working at journals that make use of triple-anonymous review are especially encouraged to share the details about their systems, staffing, costs, and overall impressions of the value of triple-anonymous review. Philosophy journals that currently employ triple-anonymous review include…

J. Michael Dunn (1941-2021)

(via Greg Restall) Dr. Dunn was known for his work in logic, particularly relevance logic, the relations between logic and computer science, as well as quantum logic and quantum computation. You can learn more about his research here and here.…

Block and Phillips Win 2021 Lebowitz Prize

The Lebowitz Prize is awarded annually “to a pair of philosophers who hold contrasting (not necessarily opposing) views of an important philosophical question that is of current interest both to the field and to an educated public audience.” The selected…