The Monist joins journals published by Oxford University Press

Published January 25, 2015

Founded in 1888 by Edward C. Hegeler, The Monist is one of the world’s oldest and most important journals in philosophy. The Monist publishes quarterly thematic issues on particular philosophical topics which are edited by leading philosophers in the corresponding fields. As a result, each issue is a collected anthology of continuing interest. The Monist is edited by Barry Smith.

Quarterly thematic issues

The Monist helped to professionalize philosophy as an academic discipline in the United States by publishing philosophers such as Lewis White Beck, John Dewey, Gottlob Frege, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Sidney Hook, C.I. Lewis, Ernst Mach, Charles Sanders Peirce, Hilary Putnam, Willard Van Orman Quine, Bertrand Russell, and Gregory Vlastos. The Monist publishes quarterly thematic issues on particular philosophical topics which are edited by leading philosophers in the corresponding fields. As a result, each issue  is a collected anthology of continuing interest.

Deadline for submissions is one year before the publication dates below. Intending authors should refer to the submission guidelines on The Monist website.

July 2018: Food
April 2018: Dirty Hands
Jan 2018: The Aesthetics of Everyday Life
Oct 2017: Pain
July 2017: Laws of Nature
April 2017: What is Information? Shannon-Weaver and Beyond
January 2017: Brentano
October 2016: Conservatism
July 2016: Virtues
April 2016: Philosophy of War
Jan 2016: Trust and Democracy
Oct 2015: Evaluating Philosophy
July 2015: Categories
April 2015: New Realism