Credit Where Credit is Due

The Campaign for Better Citation and Credit-Giving Practices is a new site aimed at “providing a forum for individuals in academic philosophy to bring to light general instances of work not receiving due credit or citations.” It offers a forum in which to “(A) argue that particular works or authors have been unfairly neglected (i.e. not adequately cited or otherwise given due credit) in the philosophical literature in general, and (B) critically debate these arguments in comment-sections of corresponding posts.” The site was created by Marcus Arvan (Tampa), who runs The Philosophers’ Cocoon and who recently authored a guest post here on philosophers’ citation practices. There are already three substantive posts up. Check it out.

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Marcus Arvan
9 years ago

Thanks for drawing attention to the site, Justin!