The Journal of Philosophy of Emotion (JPE) will be publishing a symposium on Michael Brady's new book Emotions: The Basics, which will include commentaries and responses from their upcoming author-meets-critics session, which will take place as a part of the Society for Philosophy of Emotion's (SPE) affiliated group session, at the 2020 Central American Philosophical Association conference, in Chicago. As a part of this symposium, the JPE would also like to include additional commentaries, along with responses from Michael Brady, from those who are not able to participate in their author-meets-critics session. If you are interested in submitting a commentary on Michael Brady’s new book, please make sure you read the JPE's submission guidelines, and submit your commentary by March 31, 2020. Please note that only those submissions that meet the JPE's standard of quality will be selected to be anonymously peer-reviewed and published, along with a response from Michael Brady, as part of their book symposium. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Cecilea Mun, the editor-in-chief of the JPE and director of the SPE.Read more about CFP: Commentaries for a 2020 JPE Symposium on Michael Brady's New Book, Emotions: The Basics
The Journal of Philosophy of Emotion (JPE) aims to be an internationally recognized, open access, philosophy journal specializing in the publication of high-quality, peer-reviewed papers that address philosophical interests on the topic of emotion, broadly construed (e.g., including affect), from a wide range of philosophical or interdisciplinary perspectives, across all traditions. The JPE holds that philosophers of emotion can learn from experts in other areas and disciplines, and vice versa, and is especially interested in work that demonstrate how issues in the philosophy of emotion are relevant to other areas in philosophy and other disciplines, and vice versa. It seeks to encourage an open exchange of ideas and appropriate, reasonable dialogue between scholars by providing a space where interdisciplinary pursuits in the philosophy of emotion can flourish. It does not promote any specific ideology, school, tradition, or methodology, but asks contributors to maintain an equal respect for all co-participants in its endeavors. It also shares the core values of diversity, inclusiveness, collegiality/community, honesty, integrity, the principle of charity, rigorous scholarship, and clarity of content with its affiliated society, the Society for Philosophy of Emotion.