Fellow mods, please think about submitting your papers to Ergo! It’s a new, online, open access, generalist philosophy journal. Full details below.
At this stage, we really need submissions from established people in the field, to build up a reputation. Of course, we welcome submissions from unestablished people too, especially unestablished people with great papers that need a venue.
Our site says that we want contributions to “be of broad interest, at least to philosophers in the relevant subfield of philosophy”. My working assumption is that if a paper about early modern philosophy (broadly construed) is really good, it will thus be of broad interest to philosophers in the relevant subfield. And I’m the section editor.
Ergo, An Open Access Journal of Philosophy
Ergo is a general, open access philosophy journal accepting submissions on
all philosophical topics and from all philosophical traditions. This
includes, among other things: history of philosophy, work in both the
analytic and continental traditions, as well as formal and empirically
Ergo uses a triple-anonymous peer review process and aims to return
decisions within two months on average.
Ergo is published by MPublishing at the University of Michigan and
sponsord by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto.
Papers are published as they are accepted; there is no regular publication
To submit a paper, please register and login to Ergo’s editorial
management system at:
Submitted manuscripts should be prepared for anonymous review, containing
no identifying information. Submissions need not conform to the journal
style unless and until accepted for publication.
Submission and publication is free, but the journal essentially depends on
the support of reliable reviewers returning informative reports in a timely
manner. We hope that you will consider acting as referee for Ergo if asked
by one of its editors. We also hope that you will consider submitting your
work to Ergo.