Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy
Theodore George, Editor
Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy considers the history and tradition of philosophy to be an essential part of contemporary philosophical discourse. Open to all areas and thematics arising out of the history of philosophy, Epoché welcomes articles that take up historical, critical, and deconstructive approaches to the great philosophical debates surrounding religion and God, metaphysics, questions of human knowledge and conduct, and of language and aesthetics. It is particularly interested in articles that offer a continental or hermeneutic approach, but is committed to a pluralist orientation and an exchange of diverse ideas and approaches. It also welcomes submissions on the philosophy of history and the question of how to read the history of philosophy.
Online First (forthcoming articles)
Current Issue + Archive
Contributors include Giorgio Agamben, Seth Benardete, Remi Braque, Françoise Dastur, Günter Figal, Jean Grondin, David Farrell Krell, Jean-Luc Marion, Kelly Oliver, James Risser, John Sallis, and Slavoj Žižek.
· ISSN 1085-1968 (print) · Single print issues: Institutions $40, Individuals $18 · Call for availability ·
· ISSN 2153-8603 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 to the present ·
|Student / Emeritus (Retired)|
For more information contact us by phone 800-444-2419 or 434-220-3300, by fax 434-220-3301; or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.