The Southwest Philosophy Review: The Journal of the Southwestern Philosophical Society
Southwest Philosophy Review is a peer-reviewed forum for philosophical inquiry that welcomes contributions from all philosophical perspectives.
It is published twice annually by the Southwestern Philosophical Society.
The January issue of each volume contains the proceedings of the society’s annual meeting. Published contributors include Randall Auxier, Charles Hartshorne, Larry Hickman, Daryl Koehn, Hans Lenk, Tom Nenon, and Sandra Rosenthal.
Membership in the society includes a print subscription to the journal as a benefit of membership. To become a member, visit our membership page.
Membership in the society includes a print subscription to the journal as a benefit of membership.
Bibliographical Details and Information for Libraries:
Editor: Todd Stewart, Dept. of Philosophy, Stevenson Hall 343, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois 61790 USA
Tel. 309-438-3757; E-mail: email@example.com
· ISSN 0897-2346 (print) · Print subscriptions / memberships in the Southwestern Philosophical Society ·
· ISSN 2154-1116 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 (1984) to the present ·
Print subscription for institutions for 1 year is $30.00 (add $15.00 for foreign postage); email Deborah Heikes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Online (access to all issues) $100.00; order through the Philosophy Documentation Center
Online access through POIESIS: Philosophy Online Serials. (Requires print subscription to the journal + subscription to POIESIS.)
Print subscription for 1 year requires annual membership in the Southwestern Philosophical Society
Online (access to all issues) $50.00; order through the Philosophy Documentation Center
Copies of Individual Print Issues without a Subscription
Available back issues and copies of current issues may be purchased for $15.00 each (add $7.50 for foreign postage); email Deborah Heikes (email@example.com) to request individual print issues.
Todd Stewart, editor of Southwest Philosophy Review, is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Illinois State University. He specializes in epistemology and meta-ethics. He also has strong interests in normative ethics and early modern philosophy. His current research focuses on the epistemic import of disagreement (does knowing that people disagree with you provide a reason to doubt your own belief? If so, under what conditions?) and issues related to epistemic circularity. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. His department web page is here.
Area Editors Sarah Woolwine (University of Central Oklahoma, Continental philosophy) and Robyn Gaier (Viterbo University, moral philosophy) are area editors for the Review.
David Beisecker, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Joseph Bien, University of Missouri-Columbia
E.M. Dadlez, University of Central Oklahoma
Deborah Heikes, University of Alabama in Huntsville
David Hildebrand, University of Colorado Denver
Russ Jacobs, Washburn University
Alastair Norcross, University of Colorado-Boulder
Kenneth Rogerson, Florida International University
Stuart Rosenbaum, Baylor University
Thomas Senor, University of Arkansas
J.K. Swindler, Illinois State University
Robert Talisse, Vanderbilt University