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Charles Blattberg

Excellent post!

Alan Nelson

The bit about "analytic philosophy" is perhaps a holdover from the founding of the journal in 1950 by Feigl and Sellars. At that time, the big journals were still dominated by stuff they wouldn't have regarded as analytic.

BTW, I have a history paper in PS. That was, however, from when PS was publishing selected papers from the Pacific APA meetings.
That was to parallel JPhil publishing Eastern papers and (for a while) Nous publishing Central papers.

Christopher Gauker

Maybe when you say that things have changed at PPR and Noûs you mean that there is now a group of subordinate editors. But I cannot find any evidence that Ernest Sosa is not still editor-in-chief of both of them. Is this not correct?

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