Call for book reviews: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

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Jun 7, 2023, 8:56:19 AMJun 7


From: David Hommen <david....@HHU.DE>

Dear all,

The journal History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis (HPLA) is looking for qualified reviewers for the books listed below. Book reviews should be 3 to 7 pages max (preferably 5 pages = 3500 words) and will be published online first upon acceptance, but should be submitted by the end of August to be included in the Winter issue. Suggestions of books not listed here that might be suitable for review in HPLA are also welcome. Information about the aims and scope of the journal can be found at

Perception and Reality in Kant, Husserl, and McDowell
By Corijn van Mazijk, Routledge 2020

The Routledge Companion to Medieval Philosophy
Edited By Richard Cross, JT Paasch, Routledge 2021

Plato’s Pragmatism
Rethinking the Relationship between Ethics and Epistemology
By Nicholas R. Baima, Tyler Paytas, Routledge 2022

What It Is to Exist. The Contribution of Thomas Aquinas’s View to the Contemporary Debate
By Patrick Zoll, De Gruyter 2022

Ideas and Idealism in Philosophy
Edited by Jure Simoniti and Gregor Kroupa, De Gruyter 2022

Hermann Lotze's Influence on Twentieth Century Philosophy
By Nikolay Milkov, De Gruyter 2023

If you are interested in or have questions about writing a book review for HPLA, please contact us by email at

All the best,
David Hommen
Book Reviews Editor HPLA

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