The Public Philosophy Journal (PPJ) offers a model for shaping digital technologies and reconfiguring relations between the academy and the general public. To accomplish this, we employ an open forum, emphasizing accessible and dynamic work focused on knowledge, deliberation, and action concerning public issues. Unlike traditional scholarly journals, we partner with existing communities to facilitate and coordinate ongoing projects across various communities and stages of development. We are not simply bringing the traditional scholarly journal online and providing public access to its contents. Instead, we are updating and expanding existing models of scholarly development, for people as well as for ideas, in order to make collective efforts that better reflect the many ends of scholarly publication.
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Should philosophy help address the problems of non-philosophers or should it be something isolated both from
other disciplines and from the lay public? This question became more than academic for philosophers working in
UK universities with the introduction of societal impact assessment in the national research evaluation exercise,
the REF.…[Read more]
At the PPJ, we take a different approach to peer review. We’ve created this handy one sheet on the elements that make our public-facing model unique. Visit our site to download an accessible PDF and to learn more about the mission behind Formative Review: https://publicphilosophyjournal.org/about/review/ .
The agenda and a list of project abstracts for the Public Philosophy Journal’s 2018 Collaborative Writing Workshop, held May 16-18 in Hickory Corners, MI.
We’re very pleased to announce that Alexandra Hidalgo’s documentary film, Reflections on the Women’s March: A Place at the Table, which was published in the Public Philosophy Journal in January 2018, has received the First Place Documentary Award at the North by Midwest Micro-Budget Film Festival in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The film, featuring the…[Read more]
There’s a special treat for readers of the PPJ Current this week (March 12-19). Dr. Stefan Sunandan Honisch will be guest curating content for the topic “Disability and the University: Beyond the Classroom, Beyond Reasonable Accommodation.”
“During my week as Guest Curator, I will share a variety of resources that draw attention to the…[Read more]
We’re honored to welcome Amanda Fulford, Stefan Sunandan Honisch, and John Altmann as the Public Philosophy Journal’s very first Field Editors. They’ll be engaging as ambassadors to help serve communities working in several areas of education reform and social justice. Watch for exciting things to come!
We continue to welcome all to volun…[Read more]
For the PPJ’s 2018 New Engaged Scholars Program, Heather Stewart (PhD Student at Western University) is developing her project “No Tolerance for Intolerant Speech.” We’d be so grateful for folks to show their support by connecting with Heather and offering formative feedback via the PPJ Current’s comment forum. Thank you for any time you can…[Read more]
If you’re an activist or researcher interested in developing your peer networks and helping to organize and advocate for public groups working on an array of social justice issues, we’d love to connect! Learn more about the PPJ Field Editor role here: http://bit.ly/2E6MQxt.
Come one, come all! The PPJ Community is currently seeking Field Editors to collaborate with the Editorial Team and Board to create and nurture partnerships with public organizations working in several areas of social and political activism. Learn more, inquire, and please share: http://bit.ly/2E6MQxt
The Public Philosophy Journal’s 2018 New Engaged Scholars Digital Pilot Program, which officially kicks off on February 7th, is designed for doctoral students seeking guided, collaborative opportunities to develop early drafts into publishable content. This is the program agenda.
Our New Engaged Scholars Digital Pilot Program officially begins next week! We can’t wait to collaborate with participants on developing their excellent project proposals into publishable, publicly engaged scholarship, as well as to support them as they map and advance their digital peer engagement networks. The tentative program agenda is…[Read more]
As this Sunday, January 21st, marks the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March, we are honored to share this newly published documentary and essay by professor and award-winning filmmaker Alexandra Hidalgo.
Reflections on the Women’s March: A Place at the Table: h…[Read more]
In today’s academic philosophy, we have “philosophy of biology,” which deals with creatures’ biological phenomena, “philosophy of
death,” which concentrates on the concept of human death, and “philosophy of meaning of life,” which investigates difficult problems concerning the meaning of life and living, but we do not have “philosophy of…[Read more]
Masahiro Morioka deposited Confessions of a Frigid Man: A Philosopher’s Journey into the Hidden Layers of Men’s Sexuality in the group Public Philosophy Journal on Humanities Commons 1 year, 7 months ago
“Confessions of a Frigid Man: A Philosopher’s Journey into the Hidden Layers of Men’s Sexuality” is the translation of a Japanese 2005 bestseller. Soon after the publication, this book stirred controversy over the nature of male sexuality, male “frigidity,” and its connection to the “Lolita complex.” Today, this work is considered a classic in…[Read more]
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