The Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy series, published by Oxford University Press and edited by Tania Lombrozo, Joshua Knobe, and Shaun Nichols, is now calling for papers for its third volume.
The series joins other successful series in the Oxford Studies in… collection, which bring together original articles on all aspects of their respective topics. Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy will publish a volume every two years, featuring outstanding papers at the cutting edge of experimental philosophy as well as papers that engage in critical discussion of the field. Philosophers and scientists alike are invited to contribute.
To submit, please send a completed paper to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1, 2018. All submissions should be formatted for anonymous review and include a list of three suggested reviewers.
In addition to research articles under 10,000 words, which can be theoretical or empirical, Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy will now be accepting brief reports. A brief report must report new experimental findings and be no longer than 4000 words.
For further information about experimental philosophy and the Oxford Studies series, see the Experimental Philosophy Page or the Oxford Philosophy Series list.