Analysis was founded in 1933 to provide a forum for short discussions of topics in philosophy. It quickly established itself as one of the characteristic journals of philosophy within the analytic tradition, with a distinctive style that has been maintained to the present day. Articles lend themselves to the presentation of cogent but brief arguments for substantive conclusions, and often give rise to discussions which continue over several interchanges. A wide range of topics is covered, including: philosophical logic and philosophy of language, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind and moral philosophy. The journal is published quarterly.
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