First Issue of Ergo

As a follow-up to an earlier announcement of a new open access journal Ergo, the first issue is now available, appearing at the same time as this post (Tuesday, May 27, 3pm Eastern). It includes
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As a follow-up to an earlier announcement of a new open access journal Ergo, the first issue is now available, appearing at the same time as this post (Tuesday, May 27, 3pm Eastern). It includes four papers plus an editorial with data about submissions and turnaround times. At the same time four blog posts are available, one on each of the four papers in the first issue. The first issue can be found at the journal website. In addition, commentary on papers in the issue is available on various blogs on each of the papers in the first issue: Julia Jorati (OSU) on a paper in early modern by Paul Lodge (Oxford) Anna Mahtani (LSE) on a paper by Michael Caie (Pittsburgh). Ellen Clark (Oxford) on a paper in philosophy of biology by Christopher Hitchcock (Caltech) and Joel Velasco (Texas Tech). Thomas Nadelhoffer (Charleston) on a paper in experimental philosophy by John Turri (Waterloo).

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