When it comes to essays, we are especially looking for treatments of Wittgenstein (and shamanism, if possible), Milton, early-modernism, continental philosophy and politics, skeptical-empiricism, analyses of psychiatric theory, scenes from academic culture, academic politics, and so on. While conventional academic papers are welcome, we'd like to veer off the pedantic route and publish papers operating in "essay" mode--like Francis Bacon's essays, for example.The full call for submissions is here.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Emanations II call for papers
This a follow-up to my earlier post on Wittgenstein and shamanism. Carter Kaplan writes:
Posted by Duncan Richter at 8:55 AM