Continental Philosophy Review
Continental Philosophy Review fosters a living international dialogue on philosophical issues of mutual interest. The journal elicits discussions of fundamental philosophical problems and original approaches to them. Its broad-ranging focus includes both expressly theoretical topics and topics dealing with practical problems that extend to the wider domain of socio-political life. It encourages explorations in the domains of art, morality, science and religion as they relate to specific philosophical concerns. Without advocating any trend or school in philosophy, the journal keeps abreast of developments in phenomenology and contemporary continental philosophy, and is interested in investigations that probe possible points of intersection between the continental European and the Anglo-American traditions.
Continental Philosophy Review provides considerable space for reviews of recent, original works in philosophy, allowing critics to develop their comments and assessments at some length.
- 48 Volumes
- 181 Issues
- 1,455 Articles
- 3 Open Access
- 1968 - 2015 Available between
The normal, the natural, and the normative: A Merleau-Pontian legacy to feminist theory, critical race theory, and disability studies
Gail Weiss (March 2015)
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