Welcome to Disputatio
Vol. IV, no. 33 (November 2012)
- Nonexistence, Vague Existence, Merely Possible Existence (Iris Einheuser)
- Commitment: some formal interpretations (Daniel Rönnedal)
- Self-Evidence and A Priori Moral Knowledge (Elizabeth Tropman)
- Back to the Present: Defending Presentist Time Travel (Paul R. Daniels)
- Where Does Time Go? (Claudio Mazzola)
- Vindicating Analyticity: Critical notice of Truth in Virtue of Meaning, by Gillian Russell (Manuel García-Carpintero)
- Critical notice of Origins of Objectivity, by Tyler Burge (Annalisa Coliva)
- The Apologetics of Evil. The Case of Iago, by Richard Raatzsch (Josep E. Corbí)
- Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction to The Theory of Knowledge, by Robert Audi (Luís Estevinha Rodrigues)
- Philosophy without Intuitions, by Herman Cappelen (Daniel Cohnitz)
Please note that we now accept manuscripts up to 8,000 words (previously, 6,000 words was our maximum).
Disputatio publishes first-rate articles and discussion notes on all aspects of analytical philosophy, but especially those dealing with current issues in the philosophies of language, logic, and mind, and also in epistemology and metaphysics, written in English or Portuguese.
Founded in 1996, Disputatio was published by the Portuguese Philosophy Society until 2002. Disputatio is a non-profit editorial venture. It is published by the Philosophy Centre (University of Lisbon) since 2002 and is sponsored by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia and Gradiva Publicações.
Disputatio is the leading philosophy journal in the Portuguese-speaking world and is presently classified in category INT2 (previously B) of the ERIH ranking of the European Science Foundation, and it is classified B in the Australian Association of Philosophy and Australian Research Council ranking.
Disputatio practices triple blind refereeing, and follows the "Guidelines for the Handling of Manuscripts by the Editors of Philosophy Journals" of the APA.
Disputatio collaborates with the Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy, sponsoring the Disputatio Lecture at the National Meeting in Analytic Philosophy (ENFA). The Disputatio Lecturer of 2012, at ENFA5 in Braga, is Jennifer Saul (University of Sheffield).
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Philosophers who have published in Disputatio include Daniel Dennett, Ned Block, Hilary Putnam, John Searle, Paul Boghossian, Tyler Burge, Simon Blackburn, Bob Hale, John Broome.
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