The Personalist Forum
RandalI E. Auxier, Editor
The Personalist Forum was a peer-reviewed journal that provided a venue for those interested in two personalist hypotheses: that it is the personal dimension of our being and living that is definitive of our humanity, and that the personal dimension of being human offers a clue to the ordering of reality. It fostered the view that philosophy should take personal categories seriously, speak to issues that confront persons, and do so in a language that persons, not only philosophical technicians, can readily understand. Established in 1985, it ceased publication in 1999.
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· ISSN 0889-065X (print) · Biannual · Ceased Publication · Print copies not available ·
· ISSN 2153-6589 (online) · Online access includes all issues, volume 1-15 (1985-1999) ·
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