American Philosophical Quarterly

American Philosophical Quarterly
American Philosophical Quarterly
Beschreibung englischsprachige Fachzeitschrift
Fachgebiet Philosophie
Verlag University of Illinois Press
Erstausgabe 1964
Erscheinungsweise vierteljährlich
Herausgeber Paul Moser
Weblink Homepage der Zeitschrift
ISSN 0003-0481

American Philosophical Quarterly ist eine vierteljährlich erscheinende philosophische Fachzeitschrift. Sie wurde 1964 gegründet und gilt inzwischen als eines der wichtigsten englischsprachigen Publikationsorgane für fachwissenschaftliche Philosophie. Das Organ veröffentlicht jährlich etwa 30 wissenschaftliche Beiträge. Die Zeitschrift zählt ca. 1.800 Abonnenten. Der Herausgeber ist gegenwärtig Paul Moser.

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