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posted by aniola (4 comments total) 20 users marked this as a favorite

 
This is one of my favorite subjects, and I'd never heard of this. Many of the papers look great. Thanks.
posted by phrontist at 8:37 PM on April 7, 2009


It's sad that this sort of system is required if you want people to read your work within a year of its completion. Ideally, journals would be fulfilling that role...but most philosophy journals take 8 months or more to get through the peer review process these days. (Some good comments on this problem here.)
posted by voltairemodern at 4:13 AM on April 8, 2009


Ooooo. Nice
posted by The Whelk at 6:27 AM on April 8, 2009


Related: PhilPapers, which searches the PhilSci archive along with publishers' sites, the Library of Congress, Online Papers in Philosophy, SSRN, the PhilSci Archive, CogPrints, and Richard Heck's PhOnline, EpistemeLinks.org, user submissions, and the MindPapers database.
posted by zepheria at 10:57 AM on April 8, 2009


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