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Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophie
  • ISSN: 0012-2173 (Print), 1759-0949 (Online)
  • Editors: Dr Susan Dimock York University|4700 Keele St.|McLaughlin College 237|Toronto, ON M3J 1P3|Canada , Dr Luc Langlois Faculté de philosophie|Université Laval|Pavillon Félix-Antoine-Savard, bureau 434|2325, rue des Bibliothèques|Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6|Canada and Book Review Information Books for review should be sent to:||Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review|c/o Dr Susan Dimock|York University|4700 Keele St.|McLaughlin College 237|Toronto, ON M3J 1P3|Canada|||Les livres pour compte rendu doivent être envoyés à l’adresse suivante :||Dialogue. Revue canadienne de philosophie|c/o Benoît Castelnérac|Département de philosophie et d’éthique appliquée|Université de Sherbrooke|2500, boulevard de l’Université|Sherbrooke (Québec) J1K 2R1|Canada|||
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Dialogue is the official journal of the Canadian Philosophical Association. Its purpose is to publish high quality peer-reviewed scholarly articles, book symposia, critical notices, and book reviews in English and in French, in support of the Association's mandate to promote philosophical scholarship and education. It is open to contributions in all branches of philosophy and from any philosophical perspective. Readers include professional teachers of philosophy, graduate students, and others with an interest in the field.

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