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JHP: "R&Rs from our referees will be simply rejected."

Ioan

8 day(s) ago

Journal of the History of Philosophy:

https://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/journal- history-philosophy/author-guidelines

Mario

8 day(s) ago

Let's play spot the ambiguity!

Janet

8 day(s) ago

Yikes!

Thucydides

8 day(s) ago

Doesn't sound like a change in policy.

Radovan

8 day(s) ago

Nice! I wish this was a universal policy. No more rereading shitty papers. Plus, I wish they would constrain the submissions to people from only the top 60 or so department's. Itd make everyone's life easier and philosophy better

Samuel

8 day(s) ago

Plus, no more early modern before Kant.

Any word on what their outright acceptance rate is?

Samuel

8 day(s) ago

Plus, no more early modern before Kant.

Any word on what their outright acceptance rate is?

Hossein

8 day(s) ago

The no more early modern (except for Kant) think is weird. Why the exception for Kant? Is it normal for history journals to have such exacting period requirements? I don't think I've ever heard of that; but I'm not a historian of philosophy.

Thucydides

8 day(s) ago

JHP is often considered a decent facto modern journal. I imagine that they just have a backlog with a lot of modern articles.

The no more early modern (except for Kant) think is weird. Why the exception for Kant? Is it normal for history journals to have such exacting period requirements? I don't think I've ever heard of that; but I'm not a historian of philosophy.

Hossein

Proclus

7 day(s) ago

I'm dumb, is this what I think it means? Let's say I've submitted a paper in Ancient Greek philosophy... I have to get an outright acceptance on the first try or it will get rejected outright?

I mean... if I'm correct in what I think this says, it's basically a moratorium on ALL submissions? I mean, why would I even go through the 3-4 month process just to get a "no" and then be haunted by the possibility that the referee might have recommended a R&R and this was ignored.

Proclus

7 day(s) ago

Nice! I wish this was a universal policy. No more rereading shitty papers. Plus, I wish they would constrain the submissions to people from only the top 60 or so department's. Itd make everyone's life easier and philosophy better

Radovan

Hi David Velleman

Pierre

7 day(s) ago

I'm dumb, is this what I think it means? Let's say I've submitted a paper in Ancient Greek philosophy... I have to get an outright acceptance on the first try or it will get rejected outright?

I mean... if I'm correct in what I think this says, it's basically a moratorium on ALL submissions? I mean, why would I even go through the 3-4 month process just to get a "no" and then be haunted by the possibility that the referee might have recommended a R&R and this was ignored.

Proclus

Yeah, I think that's the point. They have such a large backlog that they don't want to accept anything for a while.

Woo

7 day(s) ago

There is a special place in hell for those who submit half-baked, unoriginal papers that make insignificant and derivative points to journals.

Xenophon

7 day(s) ago

Anyone published in the Anals of Philosophy?


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