October 2012
Monist;Oct2012, Vol. 95 Issue 4, p711
Academic Journal
The article presents the scope of future issues of "The Monist," with each issue focused on a single topic. For the January 2013 issue, the topic is Constitution and Composition, and the advisory editors are Randall Dipert and David Hershenov, both of the University at Buffalo, while Formal and Intentional Semantics is the focus of the April 2013 issue with Dale Jacquette of the University of Bern serving as advisory editor.


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