October 02, 2005

Philosophers’ Imprint

Edited by philosophers
Published by librarians
Free to readers of the Web

More open access, this time in philosophy. Gotta love their tag line.
Heard about this at a fabulous scholarly communication colloquium at UMass last week.

Their goal? “Although the Imprint is edited by analytically trained philosophers, it is not restricted to any particular field or school of philosophy. Its target audience consists primarily of academic philosophers and philosophy students, but it also aims to attract non-academic readers to philosophy by making excellent philosophical scholarship available without license or subscription.” (from their About page)

I did see a range of philosophical articles, including a few in what I would consider cognitive philosophy.

Go, open access journals!

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