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The Philosophical Review

The Philosophical Review
Edited bySage School of Philosophy
Publication details
Duke University Press for the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University (U.S.)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Philos. Rev.
ISSN0031-8108 (print)
1558-1470 (web)
OCLC no.39648313

The Philosophical Review is a quarterly journal of philosophy edited by the faculty of the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University and published by Duke University Press (since September 2006).


The journal publishes original work in all areas of analytic philosophy, but emphasizes material that is of general interest to academic philosophers. Each issue of the journal contains approximately two to four articles along with several book reviews. According to a poll conducted on Leiter Reports, the Philosophical Review is considered the best general journal of philosophy in the English language.[1]

The journal has been in continuous publication since 1892. Volume I contained articles by William James and John Dewey.

Notable articles

  • Quine, Willard van Orman (1951). "Two Dogmas of Empiricism". The Philosophical Review. 60 (1): 20–43. doi:10.2307/2181906. JSTOR 2181906.
  • Rawls, John (January 1955). "Two Concepts of Rules". The Philosophical Review. 64 (1): 3–32. doi:10.2307/2182230. JSTOR 2182230.
  • Grice, H.P. (July 1957). "Meaning". The Philosophical Review. 66 (3): 377–388. doi:10.2307/2182440. JSTOR 2182440.
  • Vendler, Zeno (April 1957). "Verbs and Times". The Philosophical Review. 66 (2): 143–160. doi:10.2307/2182371. JSTOR 2182371.
  • Smart, J.J.C. (April 1959). "Sensations and Brain Processes". The Philosophical Review. 68 (2): 141–156. doi:10.2307/2182164. JSTOR 2182164.
  • Harman, Gilbert (January 1965). "The Inference to the Best Explanation". The Philosophical Review. 74 (1): 88–95. doi:10.2307/2183532. JSTOR 2183532.
  • Donnellan, Keith S. (July 1966). "Reference and Definite Descriptions". The Philosophical Review. 75 (3): 281–304. doi:10.2307/2183143. JSTOR 2183143.
  • Grice, H.P. (April 1969). "Utterer's Meaning and Intention". The Philosophical Review. 78 (2): 147–177. doi:10.2307/2184179. JSTOR 2184179.
  • Nagel, Thomas (October 1974). "What Is It Like to Be a Bat?". The Philosophical Review. 83 (4): 435–450. doi:10.2307/2183914. JSTOR 2183914.
  • Lewis, David (July 1976). "Probabilities of Conditionals and Conditional Probabilities". The Philosophical Review. 85 (3): 297–315. doi:10.2307/2184045. JSTOR 2184045.
  • Burge, Tyler (January 1986). "Individualism and Psychology". The Philosophical Review. 95 (1): 3–45. doi:10.2307/2185131. JSTOR 2185131.
  • DeRose, Keith (January 1995). "Solving the Skeptical Problem". The Philosophical Review. 104 (1): 1–52. doi:10.2307/2186011. JSTOR 2186011.

See also


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