[SydPhil] The Journal of Continental Philosophy is now online!

Daniele Fulvi D.Fulvi at westernsydney.edu.au
Tue Dec 8 10:08:05 AEDT 2020

Dear colleagues,
The Philosophy Research Initiative at Western Sydney University is pleased to announce that the Journal of Continental Philosophy is now online, and that the first issue is available in open access.

Here is the link to our first issue: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/KCn-Cvl1rKi5Bq8zSQPrI_?domain=pdcnet.org

The Journal of Continental Philosophy is oriented by a number of convictions and aspirations shared by the Editorial Collective, ones by which we hope the journal will be steered. We begin this inaugural issue with an attempt to articulate these in order to explain what space this journal wants to claim for itself and why we believe this space needs to be occupied. As with most academic journals, we aim at publishing quality research from scholars around the world. We aim as well at finding an international audience for these essays.

The journal emerges out of the Philosophy Research Initiative at Western Sydney University (https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/gZqwCwV1vMfmOkx3tq96OV?domain=westernsydney.edu.au<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/J1ARCxngwOfVGDvoSY-b9c?domain=westernsydney.edu.au>). This group of philosophers came together for a variety of reasons—but a common core of shared interests, coupled with a genuine respect for our differences, has enabled us to build a program that we find exciting and a real home for our work and teaching. We have our differences, but we share a sense of belonging to this large tradition of continental philosophy. We find our differences interesting, as the basis for conversation, not as a matter of contention. As is the case with many philosophy departments we come from different national backgrounds, different languages, and educational histories that have taken us along different paths. No grand design has brought us together and yet it is our collective energies and interests that will animate this journal and give it its initial impetus.

All the best,
Daniele Fulvi
Staff Assistant at the Journal of Continental Philosophy
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