Iris. European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate
Aims and scope
The journal is primarily concerned with contemporary philosophy, but will not neglect the historical dimension of topics and authors, and specifically hosts studies of classic philosophical texts on the basis of their relevance for contemporary debate. Iris would hope to act as an important platform for exploring the most recent and significant trends of Italian and European philosophy in their engagement with the most topical and significant international issues.
ProfileIris. European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate is a peer-reviewed international journal. It has arisen from the long experience of Iride. Filosofia e discussione pubblica, one of the main Italian journals of philosophy that was founded in 1988 and is regularly cited by the Philosopher’s Index.Iris publishes two issues a year, comprising approximately five hundred pages in total. The two issues alternate sections on continental philosophy with more analytically oriented ones, along with pieces focussing upon current points of intersection between both traditions.The journal does not follow any specific school of thought and is committed to providing a platform for dialogue between different approaches. The topics are chosen for their relevance to contemporary philosophical discussion and public debate. The structure of the journal, with its various sections, reflects these aims.
EditorsEditorGiovanni Mari, University of FlorenceAssociate EditorAlessandro Pagnini, University of FlorenceManaging EditorAndrea Borsari, University of FlorenceReviews EditorAdriano Bugliani, University of FlorenceInternational Editorial Advisory Board:Carla Bagnoli, Wisconsin-MilwaukeeRaja Bahlul, UAEEtienne Balibar, IrvineUlrich Beck, MunichRichard Bellamy, LondonSeyla Benhabib, New HavenJocelyn Benoist, ParisAlain Caillé, ParisSergio Caruso, FlorenceRoberto Casati, VeniceGilberto Corbellini, RomeTim Crane, LondonRoger Crisp, OxfordManuel Cruz, BarcelonaRobert D’Amico, GainesvilleJonathan Dancy, Reading and AustinVincent Descombes, ParisFabrizio Desideri, FlorenceFelix Duque, MadridAlexander G. Düttmann, LondonPascal Engel, ParisMaurizio Ferraris, TurinGünter Figal, FreiburgNancy Fraser, New YorkCarlo Galli, BolognaVanna Gessa Kurotschka, CagliariVolker Gerhardt, BerlinJohn Haldane, St. AndrewsOtfried Höffe, TübingenAxel Honneth, Frankfurt am MainDaniel Innerarity, SaragossaFrancisco Jarauta, MurciaRalf Konersmann, KielHans-Peter Krüger, PotsdamMaria Pia Lara, Mexico CityCharles Larmore, ChicagoPeter Machamer, PittsburghChristoph Menke, Potsdam and New YorkMassimo Mori, TurinJean-Luc Nancy, StrasbourgGianni Paganini, VercelliMario Perniola, RomeAlberto Peruzzi, FlorenceRobert Pippin, ChicagoHamadi Redissi, TunisHans-Jörg Sandkühler, BremenJoan Tronto, New YorkCamil Ungureanu, BarcelonaEleni Varikas, ParisFederico Vercellone, UdineGianni Vattimo, TurinHayden White, Santa CruzGereon Wolters, ConstanceChristoph Wulf, Berlin
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