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02/03/2023

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am I missing something

if you go to the journal website, there is a call for papers on Nietzsche.

Michel

I've been wondering the same for a while, too. I _think_ I've seen one CFP go out via Phil papers, but that's obviously not the same as seeing the next few topics ahead of time.

Their site still lists a few editorial board members who have been dead a few years, so... I think the journal is having a hard time of it.

indeed

Yes, you're missing something. The Nietzsche post is singular. They used to have a list projecting out several years of topics for future issues. Even getting back to a single post is a step in some direction, though. But where's the old list?

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