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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Journal Info Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Terms Related to the Moving Wall Fixed walls: Journals with no new volumes being added to the archive.
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (PPR), a premier philosophy journal, publishes articles that make standalone, substantial contributions. It ranges across the full breadth of philosophy and its history.
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research was founded in by Marvin Farber, who edited it for forty years. Since it has been at Brown, where it has been edited by Roderick Chisholm and then, since , by Ernest Sosa.
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Journal Survey. The BPA and the APA have collaborated in surveying 43 Philosophy Journals. The survey was conducted at the end of , and gathered data about the journals’ submission rates, acceptance rates, the turn-around time for their review process over the previous 3 years (, and - some journals have also submitted data). A Closer Look at Philosophy Journal Practices (two updates) By Ernest Sosa, editor of Noûs and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Executive Committee for final decision. Decisions include rejection, revise and resubmit, conditional acceptance, and acceptance. Our acceptance rate is around 5%. Categories Publishing.