Many of you could probably list the names of 50+ academic philosophy journals off the top of your head.
Yet there are a great many more philosophy journals than the ones we’ve all heard of, and there’s certainly some excellent philosophy published in them. The thing is, given prestige effects, our limited time, citation snobbery, and the snowballing of attention and neglect, we are not hearing about them as much as we should.So I thought it might be eye-opening and fun for you all to share articles you really like that were published in lesser-known journals. Some of these may be pieces that have since come to be well-known and widely anthologized, and whose obscure origins have themselves become obscured. But many of them, I suspect, will be articles that most of us have not heard of before, so this brings with it the excitement of learning about something new.
Guidelines: I’ll leave it to each of you to interpret “lesser-known journals” as you like, but don’t pick your own articles, otherwise this thread will be devolve into a much less useful and less interesting forum for self-promotion. Include a link to the article or the PhilPapers entry for it, if you can.
Alright, let’s hear the about those treasures you’ve found off the beaten path…