Philosophy and Phenomenological Research


Philosophy and Phenomenological Research

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (acronyme PPR) est une revue bimensuelle de philosophie créée en 1940. Elle est éditée par Marvin Farber jusqu'en 1980, puis par Roderick Chisholm jusqu'en 1986 et depuis 1986 par Ernest Sosa.

Elle se définit comme ouverte à diverses méthodologies et traditions comme le stipule l'introduction qui apparait dans chaque numéro: "PPR publie des articles dans un grand ensemble de domaines incluant la philosophie de l'esprit, l'épistémologie, l'éthique, la métaphysique, les l'histoire de la philosophie. Les soumissions ne sont contrainet spar aucun orientation méthodologique ou philosophique.

La revue est publiée par la International Phenomenological Society basée à l'Université Brown dans le Rhode Island, États-Unis.

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