The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods
Founded at Columbia University by Frederick J. E. Woodbridge and J. McKeen Cattell
Frederick J. E. Woodbridge, Founding Editor
The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods was established in 1904 as a biweekly publication. The first issue announced that it was to be "conducted on the lines of a German 'Centralblatt' containing short articles, preliminary reports, discussions, abstracts, reviews, and notes." Frequent publication permitted "quick publication of shorter contributions, prompt reviews of the literature and timely discussions ... in philosophical and psychological subjects." Since 1921 it has been published as The Journal of Philosophy.
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Contributors included John Dewey, William James, Arthur Lovejoy, Josiah Royce, Bertrand Russell, George Santayana, Roy Wood Sellars, and Frank Thilly.
· ISSN 0160-9335 (print) · Biweekly · Vol. 1-17 (1904-1920) · Now freely accessible ·
· ISSN 2326-1986 (online) · Access also included with The Journal of Philosophy ·
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