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More publication success

Published: 21 November 2016
American Philosophical Quarterly

There has been an amazing run of publishing successes by Southampton philosophers in recent weeks:

- Conor McHugh and Jonathan Way's "What is Reasoning" is forthcoming in Mind, while Jonathan's "Creditworthiness and Matching Principles" is forthcoming in Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics.

- Davide Fassio's "Is there an Epistemic Norm of Practical Reasoning?" has been accepted by Philosophical Studies.

- Kurt Sylvan's "Knowledge as a Non-Normative Relation" will be published by Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, and his "Veritism Unswamped" will appear in Mind.

- Naomi Thompson's "Is Naturalness Natural?" has just been published in American Philosophical Quarterly, while her "Grounding and Metaphysical Explanation" is due to appear in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.

- Lee Walter's "Are the Statue and the Clay Mutual Parts?" is forthcoming with Noûs.

- Alex Neill and Aaron Ridley and Alex Neill's "Still an Error: Relational Theories of Art" has been published by the British Journal of Aesthetics.

- Brian McElwee's "Supererogation Across Normative Domains" is to appear in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy.

These journals are among the very top venues for publishing in philosophy. Well done to all!

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