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The journal aims to publish the best contemporary work on Kant and Kantian issues and will place an emphasis on those current philosophical debates which reflect a Kantian influence. Almost all recent Western philosophy makes some reference to the work of Kant, either consciously rejecting or consciously endorsing some aspect of that work. In epistemology, in philosophy of mind and language, in moral and political philosophy, and in aesthetics, such Kantian influences are widely acknowledged and extensively discussed. Kant's work has also increasingly become a concern for the social and political sciences. The journal will strengthen this interest both by establishing interpretations of Kant's own writing and by discussing the substance of the related current philosophical debates. The journal will publish full length articles, discussion notes, and reviews of the many books published with a Kantian background. The journal will build on the strong links which have been made between the UK Kant Society and the North American Kant Society and the principal writers on Kant in the USA and Europe.
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