Nordic Wittgenstein Review welcomes original contributions on all aspects of Ludwig Wittgenstein's thought and work - exegetical studies as well as papers drawing on Wittgensteinian themes and ideas in  contemporary discussions of philosophical problems.

The journal is interdisciplinary in character, and welcomes contributions in the subject areas of philosophy and other human and social studies including philology, linguistics, cognitive science, and others. The journal includes an invited paper, an articles section, a section in which high-quality seminal works are re-published or where previously unpublished archival materials are made available for the first time, as well as a book review section.

By the help of high quality peer review and indexing, the journal seeks to provide its contributors with academic support and wide visibility.

The first two issues are available Open Access online. In addition to the double-blind peer review, we apply a Preprint Open Review, in which accepted papers are available for comments online for one month before further editing and publication.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS: http://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

Publication: Nordic Wittgenstein Review, Vol 4, No 2  (2015)
Submission deadline: January 31, 2015
Publication form: Open Access online & Print & electronic subscription
Peer-review: Yes; double-blind
Range: International
Language: English

Published by the Nordic Wittgenstein Society.

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NWR was started as a part the EU-funded research project Agora - Scholarly Open Access Research in European Philosophy and its processes have been experimented on and monitored by the research project.
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The editors of NWR 2014 are Martin Gustafsson & Lars Hertzberg. 2015: Anne-Marie Soendergaard Christensen & Martin Gustafsson. Ed-in-chief Yrsa Neuman.

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