The Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, now at George Mason University, is relaunching its journal Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly, published since 1981. The journal seeks papers that address normative and conceptual dimensions of issues of importance and timeliness in public policy including those surrounding the environment, animals, the climate, environmental justice, ecofeminism, biological engineering, and so forth.
The editors favor articles that are fewer than 5,000 words and are written in a style that will appeal to a broadly informed public. Short opinion pieces are welcome, as are longer essays that might serve as target articles for solicited responses. Articles will be reviewed by the editors and outside referees and, if accepted, will be carefully edited for publication.
Please send manuscripts by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.