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Volume 18

Issue 1 (January 2017):
Effective Altruism

Volume 17

Issue 1 (February 2016):
The Beautiful and the Good

Issue 2 (July 2016):
Extended Cognition and the Extended Mind

Volume 16

Issue 1 (January 2015):
Philosophy of Democracy

Issue 2 (July 2015):
Philosophy & Gun Control

Volume 15

Issue 1 (January 2014):
Public Philosophy

Issue 2 (July 2014):
Consciousness

Volume 14

Issue 1 (January 2013):
Grounding Relation(s)

Issue 2 (July 2013):
Cartesian Virtue and Freedom

Volume 13

Issue 1 (January 2012):
Philosophical Methodology

Issue 2 (July 2012):
Aesthetics and the Senses

Volume 12

Issue 1 (January 2011):
Love and Reasons

Issue 2 (July 2011):
Philosophy's Future: Science or Something Else?

Volume 11

Issue 1 (January 2010):
Climate Ethics

Issue 2 (July 2010):
Ordinary Language Philosophy: A Reappraisal

Volume 10

Issue 1 (January 2009):
Dirty Hands

Issue 2 (June 2009):
Collective Responsibility

Volume 9

Issue 1 (January 2008):
Philosophy of Disability

Issue 2 (June 2008):
Human Rights

Volume 8

Issue 1 (January 2007):
The Philosophy of Language

Issue 2 (June 2007):
Civil Disobedience

Volume 7

Issue 1 (January 2006):
Liberalism, Feminism, Multiculturalism

Issue 2 (June 2006):
The Philosophy of History

Volume 6

Issue 1 (January 2005):
The Philosophy of Technology

Issue 2 (June 2005):
Business Ethics

Volume 5

Issue 1 (January 2004):
The Philosophy of Perception

Issue 2 (June 2004):
Animal Ethics

Volume 4

Issue 1 (January 2003):
Feminine Politics in Popular Culture: The Construction of Gender

Issue 2 (June 2003):
Medical Research Ethics

Volume 3

Issue 1 (January 2002):
Environmental Aesthetics

Issue 2 (June 2002):
Pragmatism and Neopragmatism

Issue 3 (April 2002):
Rawls' "Law of Peoples" and International Terrorism

Volume 2

Issue 1 (January 2001):
The Internalism/Externalism Debate in Epistemology

Issue 2 (June 2001):
The Philosophy of Love and Sex

Volume 1

Issue 1 (January 2000):
Ancient Natural Philosophy

Issue 2 (June 2000):
Wittgenstein and Ordinary Language