Analecta Hermeneutica Vol. 3: The Return of Metaphysics
Edited by Michael Austin and S.J. McGrath
Editor-in-chief, Andrzej Wiercisnki
After a century of transcendental, deconstructive, logical, political and naturalist critiques, metaphysics has proven tenacious. Metaphysical questions are returning with fresh vigor in movements as diverse as environmental philosophy, psychoanalysis, political ontology, philosophy of science, phenomenology, object-oriented philosophy and process philosophy. Volume three of Analecta Hermeneutica is dedicated to a survey of the return of metaphysics in contemporary philosophy. Submissions on any aspect of contemporary metaphysics and metaphysical traditions are invited. We are especially interested in new movements in metaphysics.
Analecta Hermeneutica is the annual refereed journal of the International Institute for Hermeneutics (IIH). It provides an intellectual forum for interdisciplinary, inter-religious, and international hermeneutic research. The journal publishes research in the form of articles, reviews, and other scholarly contributions in all hermeneutically related fields, with a particular focus on philosophy, theology, and comparative literature. We invite scholars from various linguistic communities to contribute innovative and critical articles to the hermeneutic conversation. Although the primary language of Analecta Hermeneutica is English, articles in German, French, Italian, and Spanish are welcome. They will be published accompanied by an English abstract. All submissions are subject to peer review.
Submissions should be formatted according to the house style. Authors should consult the current issue of the journal.
Please send your submission as a word file to Michael Austin: mbastn[AT]gmail[DOT]com.
Deadline: 15 January 2011