Pragmatism has historical and conceptual connections to Hegel’s philosophy and the aim of this special issue is to explore aspects of this relation. We invite papers on neo-pragmatist interpretations of Hegel, on idealist themes in both classical pragmatist thought and the ‘neo-pragmatism’ of Richard Rorty and Robert Brandom and their ‘new pragmatist’ critics, and on aspects of idealist and pragmatist approaches to core philosophical concerns from epistemology to ethics.
All papers are double-blind refereed. Full papers should be received by 2nd December 2014. Please send as electronic submission to the guest editor Dr Neil Gascoigne: Neil.Gascoigne@rhul.ac.uk. The special issue is scheduled to appear in Spring 2015.
The Phenomenology special issue aims to encourage dialogue among those who work within the phenomenological tradition, especially but not limited to Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, and those working in Hegel studies.
Detailed cfp to follow. The special issue is scheduled to appear in Spring 2016.