· Dr. Stephen Thornton (Editor), Head, Department of Philosophy, MIC, University of Limerick, Ireland.
· Dr. Eugene O'Brien, Head, Department of English Language & Literature, MIC, University of Limerick, Ireland.
· Dr. Costica Bradatan, Honors College, Humanities, Texas Tech University, Texas, USA.
· Dr. Jones Irwin, Department of Education, St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland.
· Dr. Shaun Young, McLaughlin College, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Minerva is a refereed electronic journal of
philosophy. It is published annually and is available on an open-access basis
on the Internet. The journal publishes articles relating to philosophy
construed in a broad but scholarly sense, without preference for any
particular school or intellectual tradition. Each volume will appear in the
month of November. As an electronic journal, Minerva provides swift publication and
distribution, while reaction to published articles can be garnered with equal
speed. It is intended that the journal will foster debate by publishing
considered replies to certain articles and providing a forum for scholarly
Manuscripts should be anonymised for blind refereeing, and contributors are asked to number all pages. Submissions are judged exclusively on their philosophical merits. The decision of the editorial board on the acceptability of any submitted article is final, and correspondence will be not be entered into in relation to any submission which is not accepted for publication in the Journal.
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