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Special Issue: Call for papers

Hegel Bulletin Special Issue 2018

Call for papers

‘Hegel and 20th-Century French Philosophy’

The Hegel Bulletin will publish a special issue devoted to the topic of Hegel and 20th-century French Philosophy. We welcome contributions dealing with any figures in the 20th-century French tradition in relation to Hegel, including, for example, Merleau-Ponty, Levinas, Deleuze, Bergson, and Badiou. Stephen Houlgate and Alison Stone are confirmed contributors.

The range of themes of possible relevance to this special issue extends across metaphysics, social and political theory, ethics, history, religion and aesthetics. Accepted submissions will illuminate specific parts of both Hegel and 20th-century French Philosophy. We welcome equally historical papers that base their argument on careful textual analysis and reconstructive papers that frame their argument in the context of contemporary debates. Authors are encouraged to contact one of the guest editors in advance of submission if they are unsure of whether their papers are appropriate for the special issue.

All papers (7000 words to 10000 words) will be double-blind refereed.

The editors of the special issue are Paul Giladi (paul.giladi@sheffield.ac.uk) and Henry Somers-Hall (Henry.Somers-Hall@rhul.ac.uk).

The deadline for submissions is 1st November 2017

Please submit your papers by e-mail to: hbsi2018@gmail.com

Hegel Bulletin
  • ISSN: 2051-5367 (Print), 2051-5375 (Online)
  • Frequency: 2 issues per year
Hegel Bulletin is a leading English language journal for anyone interested in Hegel’s thought, its context, legacy and contemporary relevance. The aim of the Bulletin is to promote high quality contributions in the field of Hegel studies. This field is broadly construed to include all aspects of Hegel’s thought, and its relation and relevance to the history of philosophy; Hegelian contributions to all aspects of current philosophical enquiry, including the modern European and analytic philosophical traditions; German Idealism, British Idealism, Marx and Marxism, Critical Theory, American Pragmatism; studies in the reception history of Hegel and German Idealism.
Title History
Currently known as:
Hegel Bulletin
Vol 34 (2013) onwards
ISSN: 2051-5367 (Print), 2051-5375 (Online)

Formerly known as:
Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain
Vol 1 (1980) - Vol 33 (2012)
ISSN: 2051-5367 (Print), 2051-5375 (Online)