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Philosophical Quarterly has a notable discussions section.

Grad student

PQ's website says: "We rarely accept purely exegetical articles, or discussions of articles originally published in other journals". I seem to recall reading a few reply papers there, though.

Metaphysics Grad

Acta Analytica


Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective may be worth looking into (although the collective has a heavy STS slant, so perhaps it won't be of much use to many analytic epistemologists). From their website:

1) We solicit replies, and promote dialogues, on articles published in the journal Social Epistemology;

2) We solicit reviews, and promote dialogues, on books and articles that address issues related to knowledge, society, science, and technology;

3) We solicit contributions to projects either developed by the community affiliated with the SERRC or by interested colleagues.

Phil Sci Grad

The journal Philosophy of Science publishes discussions somewhat regularly.

Current PhD student

Seconding for the Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective--I think they are actively trying to branch out of STS over there.

Erik Magnusson

Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy has a great Discussion Notes section that publishes replies and commentaries under 3000 words.

Nicolas Delon

THOUGHT will consider replies to papers published elsewhere, although they apply a higher standard.


INQUIRY publishes replies, regardless of where the target of the reply was published.

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