Call for Proposals
On behalf of the editorial board for the Advances in Experimental Philosophy book series, published by Bloomsbury (formerly Continuum), I am pleased to announce a call for proposals for new volumes.
Published volumes in the series include:
Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology, edited by Hagop Sarkissian and Jennifer Cole Wright
Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind, edited by Justin Sytsma
Advances in Experimental Epistemology, edited by James R. Beebe
Forthcoming volumes include:
Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Language, edited by Jussi Haukioja
Advances in Experimental Philosophy and Philosophical Methodology, edited by Jennifer Nado
Advances in Religion, Cognitive Science, and Experimental Philosophy, edited by Helen de Cruz and Ryan Nichols
The editorial board has received and is currently reviewing proposals for new volumes on experimental philosophy and metaphysics, the philosophy of art, and the philosophy of science.
We would be pleased to receive proposals for collections of original essays on experimental philosophy and the emotions, formal philosophy, cross-cultural differences in intuitions, and other topics. We also welcome single-authored texts on various topics in experimental philosophy.
Proposals will be reviewed by the series editorial board: James R. Beebe (Philosophy, Univ. at Buffalo, series editor), Joshua Knobe (Philosophy and Cognitive Science, Yale Univ.), Edouard Machery (Philosophy, Univ. of Pittsburgh), Thomas Nadelhoffer (Philosophy, College of Charleston), Eddy Nahmias (Philosophy, Georgia State Univ.), Jennifer Cole Wright (Psychology, College of Charleston), Joshua Alexander (Philosophy, Siena College).
Proposal forms can be downloaded here. Details about potential volumes can be found here. Completed proposal forms and other inquiries should be sent to series editor James R. Beebe at firstname.lastname@example.org.