Call for Reviewers: Phenomenological Reviews

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The online journal Phenomenological Reviews seeks reviewers for fourteen new books released over 2019 – 2020. Check out these texts

The online journal Phenomenological Reviews seeks qualified reviewers for the books listed below. New reviewers should include a brief description of qualifications. Contributions should include both an in-depth reconstruction and a critical assessment of the book’s argument and should be between 3000 and 5000 words in length. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum. All reviews should be completed within three months of the receipt of the book.

The deadline for the reviews is June 15th, 2020.

Please contact the editors at [email protected] with any expressions of interest.

> Jeremy Arnold: Across the Great Divide: Between Analytic and Continental Political Theory, Stanford University Press, 2020
> Bernhard Casper: Geisel für den Anderen – vielleicht nur ein harter Name für Liebe, Alber Verlag, 2020
> Drew M. Dalton: The Ethics of Resistance: Tyranny of the Absolute, Bloomsbury, 2020
> Emmanuel Falque: Nothing to It: Reading Freud as a Philosopher, Leuven University Press, 2020
> Edmund Husserl: Normativité et déconstruction, Vrin, 2020
> Alison Laywine: Kant’s Transcendental Deduction, Oxford University Press, 2020
> Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Le Problème de la parole, MetisPresses, 2020
> Maurice Merleau-Ponty: The Sensible World and the World of Expression: Course Notes from the Collège de France, 1953, Northwestern University Press, 2020
> Timo Miettinen: Husserl and the Idea of Europe, Northwestern University Press, 2020
> Thomas Nenon (Ed.): Thomas Seebohm on the Foundations of the Sciences, Springer, 2020
> Corine Pelluchon: Pour comprendre Levinas. Un philosophe pour notre temps, Seuil, 2020
> Miroslav Petříček: Philosophy en noir, Karolinum Press, 2020
> Witold Płotka, Patrick Eldridge (Eds.): Early Phenomenology in Central and Eastern Europe: Main Figures, Ideas, and Problems, Springer, 2020
> Alberto Romele: Digital Hermeneutics: Philosophical Investigations in New Media and Technologies, Routledge, 2019