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AESTHETICS IDEAS

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Contact:
Dominic Lopes at dlopes@indiana.edu

Aethestics Ideas is a collection of brief articles on aesthetics, many reproduced from recent issues of the American Society for Aesthetics Newsletter. You're invited submit your own work, especially if it addresses teaching aesthetics. Copyright is held in all cases by the authors, therefore the author's permission must be obtained before copying, distributing or otherwise using their work.


ANIMUS

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Contact:
fdoull@morgan.ucs.mun.ca

Animus aims at an understanding of the works of Western civilisation and contemporary views of these works. It seeks to promote a standpoint which is critical of dogmatic positions both within contemporary views and within the Western tradition itself.


ANTEPODIUM

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AntePodium (AtP) is an electronic journal dedicated to scholarly research on the politico-strategic, politico-economic and politico-cultural dimensions of world affairs. Interdisciplinary and eclectic, it is published by the politics department at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.


APPLIED SEMIOTICS

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Contact: Editors at pmartein@chass.utoronto.ca

Applied Semiotics is an academic journal devoted to literary semiotic research. Published at the Department of French of the University of Toronto, the review appears exclusively on the World Wide Web. Scholarly contributions are invited.


AROB@SE

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http://www.liane.net/arobase/
Contact: Editors at pbrun@planete.net or Philippe.Romanski@univ-rouen.fr.

Arob@se is published twice a year as an interdisciplinary bilingual forum (English-French) for researchers in literature and human sciences wishing to promote their work through electronic publishing.

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BRYN MAWR REVIEWS

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The Bryn Mawr Classical Review (BMCR) and the Bryn Mawr Medieval Review (BMMR) publish reviews of current work in all areas of classical and medieval studies. There is also opportunity for authors' replies, discussion of earlier reviews, and well-conceived columns of opinion on the current classical and medieval scholarly scene.

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CARLETON UNIVERSITY STUDENT JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY

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Contact: Diane Dubrule at
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The Carleton University Student Journal of Philosophy is a free journal containing articles written on a wide variety of philosophical topics by graduate and undergraduate students studying at any university. Papers are refereed by faculty members in the Philosophy Department at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. The journal, available only on the web, is edited by fourth-year honours and graduate students at Carleton University.


CATHESIS

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Current Issue:
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Editors at src068.@abdn.ac.uk

Cathesis is an electronic journal for those interested in philosophy. It is published by the student-run Aberdeen University Philosophy Society.


COLIBRI

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Koen Versmissen/Renee Pohlsmann at colibri@let.ruu.nl

Colibri is an electronic newsletter for those interested in language, speech, logic or related issues.


COMPLEXITY INTERNATIONAL

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Contact: Herbert Jelinek at hjelinek@csu.edu.au

Complexity International is a refereed journal for papers dealing with any area of complex systems research. Relevant topics include: artificial intelligence, cellular automata, chaos theory, control theory, fractals, neural networks.


CONNEXIONS

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Connexions is a web-based journal of cognitive science. Unlike traditional journals, it is not a showcase for finished work but a forum for the discussion of work-in-progress. Readers can comment on journal articles by way of a mailing list, which can be subscribed to by mailing listproc@sheffield.ac.uk and including "subscribe connex-l your name" in the body of the message.


CTHEORY

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Ctheory is a refereed electronic journal: multidisciplinary, multiplatform, and multimedia with an internationally-oriented review focusing on theory, technology and culture from a critical and feminist perspective.

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DISPUTATIO

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This is the online version of the print journal of the same name. Articles which appear online are those which the author permits to be published in electronic format. Disputatio is the first Portuguese philosophy journal in the analytic tradition. Its aims are to provide an international forum for high standard work in the field, to open up the Portuguese philosophy community to the outside and to stimulate the local study of analytic philosophy.

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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY

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Contact: Editor at ejap@phil.indiana.edu

The Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy is a blind peer-reviewed electronic journal for the publication of articles and reviews (in English) relevant to analytic philosophy both as a historical movement and as a current program.


E-LOGOS

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Karel Pstruzina at pstruzin@vse.cz

E-Logos covers the fields of epistemology, history of philosophy, logic, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science. Papers from the field of ethics, and philosophical essays are also accepted.

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FEMINIST STUDIES

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Lynne Alice at l.c.alice@massey.ac.nz

FMST provides a venue for substantive discussions exploring a wide variety of topics, social and textual issues and controversies within feminism and its applications. From time to time book and film reviews are offered, and debates on issues with a Pacific-rim modality are featured.


FILM AND PHILOSOPHY

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http://www.hanover.edu/philos/film/home.htm
Contact: Kendall D'Andrade at
kdandrade@shawnee.edu

Film and Philosophy is published annually by the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts. The articles are not provided in html format, but are downloadable as zipped files in Word Perfect 5.1 format.

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HOST

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Contact:
Julian Smith at jsmith@epas.utoronto.ca

An electronic bulletin for the history and philosophy of science and technology, which contains articles, works in progress, research notes, communications, book reviews, information on electronic resources, and news of interest to the profession. The HOST bulletin is distributed in several formats.


HYLE: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY

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Joachim Schummer at Joachim.Schummer@geist-soz.uni-karlsruhe.de

HYLE is an International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry dedicated to all philosophical aspects of chemistry. These include: epistemological, methodological, foundational, and ontological problems of chemistry and its subfields; peculiarities of chemistry and relationships to other scientific and non-scientific fields; aesthetical, ethical, and ecological aspects of chemistry; and those facets of the history, sociology, linguistics, and education of chemistry which are of philosophical relevance.

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INJUSTICE STUDIES

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Thomas Simon at twsimon@ilstu.edu

Injustice Studies (IS) is a refereed international electronic journal that helps focus academic attention on the study of injustices around the world. The editors welcome essays devoted to understanding the nature of injustice, types of injustice, and the history, politics, and moral psychology of particular injustices, ranging from global to local events. Disagreements over which injustices warrant attention also are part of the problematique of IS. Since IS has an interdisciplinary orientation, its articles should aim to be accessible to the general reader.

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JANUS HEAD

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Contact: Victor Barbetti at
victor@lantel.com

Janus Head is a triannual journal (Fall, Spring, and Summer) dedicated to scholarship and creativity in the areas of literature, philosophy, and phenomenological psychology.


JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH

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Steven Minton at minton@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov

JAIR is a refereed journal for scientific papers covering all areas of artificial intelligence.


JOURNAL OF BUDDHIST ETHICS

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Contact: Damien Keown at hsa01dk@scorpio.goldsmiths.ac.uk or Charles S. Prebish at csp1@psuvm.psu.edu

The Journal of Buddhist Ethics has been established to promote the study of Buddhist ethics through the publication of research articles, discussions and critical notes, bulletins, and reviews.


JOURNAL OF MEMETICS

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Contact: Bruce Edmonds, publisher, at B.Edmonds@mmu.ac.uk

The Journal of Memetics is a new peer-reviewed academic journal. The editors feel that a journal on memetics can be an important place for scientists and professionals to discuss their views and research in memetics. The first issue is scheduled for May 1997. The journal, which seeks to develop the memetic perspective, with space devoted to relevant evolutionary issues and other related topics, will be published on the Internet without subscription fee.


JOURNAL OF TRANSHUMANISM

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Contact: Nick Bostrom at n.bostrom@lse.ac.uk

The Journal of Transhumanism is a peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing the best of contemporary research into the science and philosophy of the future, and published by the World Transhumanist Association (http://www.transhumanism.com/).


JOURNAL OF WORLD SYSTEMS RESEARCH

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Editor at chriscd@jhu.edu

The Journal of World-Systems Research is an electronic journal dedicated to scholarly research on the modern world-system and earlier, smaller intersocietal networks. It is intentionally interdisciplinary in focus. JWSR is published under the sponsorship of the Program in Comparative International Development in the Sociology Department of Johns Hopkins University. The current Editor is Christopher Chase-Dunn.

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KO'AGA RONE'ETA

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Editors at koaga@derechos.org

KO'AGA ROŅE'ETA is an online journal of human rights and humanitarian affairs. It is designed to encourage thinking about human rights issues and to encourage actions that promote human rights all over the world. It provides a forum where human rights organisations, activists, academics, jurists and students can share their views and analyses, and contribute to the general understanding of what human rights are, what they mean within the political-economic context of different societies and how to best fight their abuses. The journal provides in-depth articles on all aspects of human rights, written by professionals and students of the field. Contributions to the journal are welcome. The journal is available in English and Spanish versions.


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