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Ratio

Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons. ISSN (printed): 0034-0006. ISSN (electronic): 1467-9329.

Ratio publishes work of a high quality on a wide variety of topics. It encourages articles which meet the highest standards of philosophical expertise while at the same time remaining accessible to readers from a broad range of philosophical disciplines. The journal's main emphasis is on analytic philosophy but it also includes work from other traditions. Ratio special issues published each December are devoted to themes of special philosophical importance and feature invited contributions from leading authorities in the field. The nucleus for each special issue consists of papers given at the one-day conference organised each year during the Easter vacation by the Philosophy Department at the University of Reading. 1995 TRUTH IN ETHICS Edited by Brad Hooker Contributors: Bernard Williams Crispin Wright David Wiggins Peter Railton Michael Smith 1996 THE RISE OF ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY Edited by Hans-Johann Glock Contributors: Peter Hacker Ray Monk John Skorupski Hans Sluga Dagfinn Follesdal 1997 IDEALS OF EQUALITY Edited by Andrew Mason Contributors: Derek Parfit David Miller Jan Narveson Richard Norman Janet Radcliffe Richards 1998 FORM AND MATTER Edited by David Oderberg Contributors: John Haldne Jonathan Lowe Peter Simons Michael Rea Kit Fine Gary Rozenkrantz Joshua Hoffman 1999 NORMATIVITY Edited by Jonathan Dancy Contributors: Derek Parfit Joseph Raz Peter Railton Frank Jackson Christopher Hookway John Broome 2000 ARGUING WITH DERRIDA Edited by Simon Glendinning Contributors: Jacques Derrida Geoffrey Bennington Adrian Moore Thomas Baldwin Stephen Mulhall Darren Sheppard The June number of Ratio is designated a 'Starred Issue' and opens with an invited contribution by an internationally known philosopher. The 'star' contributors from 1999 onwards include: Sir Anthony Kenny Rhodes House Oxford University Professor Tim Williamson University of Edinburgh Professor Edward Craig University of Cambridge and Professor Michael Smith Australian National University. The June issue will also from time to time include a prize-winning essay by a graduate student selected by open competition from the papers submittted for Reading's annual Graduate Conference on Moral Philosophy or Epistemology and Metaphysics.

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