Irish Philosophical Journal
Bernard Cullen, Editor
The Irish Philosophical Journal was established in 1984 to provide a forum for philosophical discourse in Ireland. Its pages were open to all schools and styles of philosophy, and welcomed papers originally presented at the meetings of the three national philosophy organizations: the Irish Philosophical Club, the Irish Philosophical Society, and the National Committee for Philosophy of the Royal Irish Academy. The journal published peer-reviewed articles and reviews, and was supported at various times by the Irish Philosophical Society, Royal Irish Academy, the Philosophy Department at Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, and Philosophy Department of University College in Galway, and Queen's University in Belfast. The Irish Philosophical Journal ceased publication in 1990.
· ISSN 0266-9080 (print) · Print copies no longer available ·
· ISSN 2154-3569 (online) · Electronic access includes all issues, volumes 1-7 (1984-1990) ·
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