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CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY

 

published by ROUTLEDGE


Editor
Hugh J. Silverman

Associate Editors
James R. Watson
Forrest Williams
Wilhelm S. Wurzer

Corresponding Editors
Gary E. Aylesworth
James Barry, Jr.
Norman Bussiere
James P. Clarke
James Hatley
Adrian Johnston
Michael Sanders
Brian Seitz

Assistant Editors
Peter Fristedt
Peter Gratton

Bibliographer
Hélène Volat

Online Bibliography
Editor

Michael Sanders

Advisory Board
David B. Allison
Hazel Barnes
Robert Bernasconi
Edward S. Casey
Jacques Derrida
M. C. Dillon
Thomas R. Flynn
Michel Haar†
Irene E. Harvey
Patrick A. Heelan
Dominique Janicaud†
Dalia Judovitz
John Llewelyn
J. N. Mohanty
Graeme Nicholson
Tony O'Connor
Adriaan Peperzak
William J. Richardson
John Sallis
Charles E. Scott
Jacques Taminiaux
Gianni Vattimo
Bernhard Waldenfels
Stephen Watson
David Wood

 

 

 

The Continental Philosophy (CP) series explores topics, themes, and figures crucial to the contemporary practice of continental philosophy. Edited by Hugh J. Silverman, the series stresses current work that reformulates and reshapes philosophical texts and traditions arising out of and in relation to European thought. CP aims to acknowledge and assess the shifting limits and boundaries of traditional academic territories, while opening a space for the discussion and debate of these issues within the broader English language philosophical community.

Previously published volumes have included original essays by leading contemporary European thinkers such as Julia Kristeva, Jacques Derrida, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Gianni Vattimo, and Carlo Sini as well as previously unpublished English language translations of works by Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Sarah Kofman, and Jean-François Lyotard, among others. However the aim of Continental Philosophy is to provide a context for contemporary continental philosophers writing out of the various English-language contexts.

Not simply a collection of articles, a critical anthology, nor an academic journal, each CP volume constitutes a network of inter-related positions on a specific topic, figure, or complex of texts. Volumes typically alternate in emphasis: one addressing an emerging topic, the other a figure and/or method of philosophical practice. A carefully selected bibliography supplements each collection.

 

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Some essays appearing in Continental Philosophy are invited in accordance with an announced theme, but submissions on these themes are also encouraged.  Prospective contributors are advised to review the guidelines below and to contact the editor for additional information on upcoming titles and submission guidelines.   All contributions whether invited or submitted undergo a careful and rigorous outside review process. All submissions should follow the guidelines set for the series.

Guidelines for Submissions

Address correspondence to:
Hugh J. Silverman, Editor,
Continental Philosophy, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY  11794-3751 USA
e-mail: hsilverman@ms.cc.sunysb.edu


CP BIBLIOGRAPHY PROJECT

The Continental Philosophy bibliography project aims to provide the most complete,  browsable and searchable online database of recent (1998-present) works in continental philosophy.   Works are sorted by year, and cross-referenced by major figures and research areas.  While the project aims to provide a comprehensive resource for faculty, students, and independant researchers, the bibliography is very much a work in progress.   Future updates will include reviews of selected works, along with useful links to publishers and online booksellers.  Comments and suggestions are welcome. 

CP BIBLIOGRAPHY PROJECT

 

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