The Journal of Value Inquiry
The Journal of Value Inquiry is an international, peer-reviewed, philosophical quarterly devoted to the stimulation and communication of research in value studies. The journal explores the nature, origin, experiences and scope of value, as well as problems of value in such fields as culture, aesthetics, religion, social and legal theory or practice, ethics, education, and methodology, technology and the sciences. Founded in 1967 by James Wilbur, The Journal of Value Inquiry is a forum for presentation of the rich diversity of approaches available to value inquiry. It is committed to openness, cosmopolitanism, and the sharing of insights about humanity.
In addition to full-length essays, the journal publishes notes, communications to the editors, book reviews, interviews, dialogues, reports, and a news column.
Christopher M. Rice (June 2016)
Mark Navin, Values and Vaccine Refusal: Hard Questions in Ethics, Epistemology, and Health Care. New York: Routledge, 2015, 240 pp., ISBN 978-1138790650
Jessica Flanigan (June 2016)
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