Two new articles and a book review are now added to the issue in progress and are available online:
Cecilie Eriksen: "Winds of Change: The Later Wittgenstein's Conception
of the Dynamics of Change"
Olli Lagerspetz: "Wittgenstein's Forms of Life: A Tool of Perspicuous
Paul Livingston: "Language, Ethics and 'The Merits of Being Involved in
Meaning' - Review of Maria Balaska: Wittgenstein and Lacan at the
Limit: Meaning and Astonishment"
The submissions are issued as prepublications for Open Review until June 25, 2020.
In NWR's new publication model submissions are released online as soon as they have been accepted for publication. The issue builds gradually, with articles being added to the contents list as soon as they are ready. The "issue in progress" is the issue that is open and to which we are continuously adding new articles. At the end of the year, the issue is closed. It will then be typeset and published as an annual volume (Volume 9, 2020).
In this new model we no longer have specific deadlines for submissions. Received submissions are processed continuously, and those that are accepted after peer review are released online with as little delay as possible. See our continuous publication FAQ for further details.
All accepted submissions are first released as "Prepublication for Open Review" for four weeks. During this time, it is possible to comment on the article. After the four week open review period, the author has the possibility to revise the prepublication version of the submission before final publication. More information on open review can be found here.