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Call for Proposals for Open Peer Commentaries

Lead Author: Joel Katzav

Theme: History of Philosophy

Lead Article: "Grace de Laguna’s analytic and speculative philosophy" 

Curators: Krist Vaesen and Dorothy Rogers

Invited commentaries from:

Anthony Fisher, Frederique Janssen-Lauret, Marguerite La Caze,

Brigitte Nerlich, Peter Olen, Trevor Pearce

Proposal abstracts should be brief (200-500 words), stating clearly the aspects of the lead article that will be discussed, together with an indication of the line that will be taken. 

Commentary Proposals are due on 25 June 2021Submit via this form.

Invitations to write commentaries of 2000-3000 words will be issued on 19 July 2021.

Full-length commentaries will be due on 13 September 2021.

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Guide for commentary proposals

Proposal abstracts should be brief (200-500 words), stating clearly the aspects of
 the lead article that will be discussed, together with an indication of
 the line that will be taken. Selection of commentators depends upon weighing a range of factors, including balance of approaches and points of view, and other considerations about academic diversity.

Things to bear in mind:

1. Do NOT write a commentary instead of a proposal.

2. Be succinct: somewhere between 200 and 500 words. (You may write a longer proposal, but you do so at your own peril!)

3. Clearly state which aspects of the target article you intend to discuss, and indicate the approach you intend to take. We will only publish commentaries that respond to the lead article.

4. We are happy to receive proposals for co-authored commentaries. However, we will NOT publish more than one commentary that has your name on it in any given issue.

5. There will be blind review of proposals. Make sure that you do not include identifying material in your proposal.

6. There are no barriers to repeat commentary: those who have recently published commentaries are welcome to submit proposals for commentaries in upcoming issues.

7. Links to draft invited commentaries are provided above. You should avoid commenting directly on these, as they are subject to the opportunity for revision. However, preference will be given to submitted commentaries that do not substantially overlap with the content of invited commentary drafts. 


The materials provided to you as a commentator are not to be copied or reproduced; nor are they to be transmitted to any third party in any format. They are available to you for the sole purpose of preparing a proposal for commentary.

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