Inside the APA: An Update on the Journal of the APA

Inside the APA: An Update on the Journal of the APAs by Amy Ferrer, John Heil, and Sally Hoffmann Most learned societies in the US have had journals for decades, but not the APA!…


Journal of the APA receives PROSE Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Journal of the APA receives PROSE Award NEWARK, Del. — Feb. 3, 2017 — The American Philosophical Association and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce that the Journal of the American Philosophical Association has been selected as the winner of the 2017 PROSE Award for the Best New Journal in the Humanities and Social Sciences.…


C. S. Lewis on Anders Nygren: “He has shaken me up extremely” by Dr Jason Lepojärvi, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford

Many will find it surprising to learn of the connection between C. S. Lewis and Anders Nygren. In his recent book on Lewis, Alister McGrath notes that Lewis “disconnected” himself from modern theological debates.…


Markets are not morally neutral

Blog post based on an article in the Journal of Social Policy In his book What Money Can’t Buy, Michael Sandel argues compellingly that we should be paying more attention to the moral limits of markets.…


A preeminent new philosophy journal – now available

The first of four issues of the inaugural volume of the Journal of the American Philosophical Association is now available online.


The authority of God and the meaning of the atonement

The 2014 Religious Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize was recently awarded to two co-winners: Daniel Kodaj, of the Central European University and Ryan W.…


The problem of religious evil

The 2014 Religious Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize was recently awarded to two co-winners: Daniel Kodaj, of the Central European University and Ryan W.…


The Importance of Clarity in Philosophy:
a short interview with Nigel Warburton

This interview was adapted from the Introduction to the Spring 2014 issue of Think: Philosophy for Everyone. Nigel Warburton is a freelance philosopher.