First Issue of Philosophy of Physics Published


The inaugural issue of the journal Philosophy of Physics (PoP) has been published.

The open access journal, announced last year, is published by LSE Press on behalf of the Philosophy of Physics Society. According its website, PoP “aims to be a flagship journal for the field and to span the various different axes of philosophy of physics: metaphysical, historical, mathematical, practice-oriented (and more). It is intended for all researchers in philosophy of physics and for interested readers in cognate disciplines, including outside philosophy.” It’s editor in chief is David Wallace (Pittsburgh).

The inaugural issue, published today, includes articles by Emily Adlam and Carlo Rovelli, Samuel C. Fletcher and James Owen Weatherall, Álvaro Mozota Frauca, Klaas Landsman, Wayne C. Myrvold and John D. Norton, Laura Ruetsche, and Ward Struyve. You can read it here.

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Fritz Allhoff
Fritz Allhoff
4 months ago

Congrats, David et al.!

David Wallace
4 months ago

Let me take the opportunity to publicly thank the philosophy of physics community, whose support has been amazing. More than 90% of people we asked to referee agreed.

Mahmoud Jalloh
Mahmoud Jalloh
4 months ago

🫡

Happy Monad
Happy Monad
4 months ago

Looking forward to a long publishing run!

Hani
Hani
4 months ago

A giant leap for phelosophy

V. Alan White
4 months ago

Just perused the last two pieces, which essentially and collectively puts our present understanding of the relationship between Einstein’s special relativity and general relativity up in the air, pointing out several theoretical/explanatory gaps between them both in the foundations of geometry and dynamics as we presently understand them. Impressive to say the least!

Kelly
Kelly
4 months ago

This is a BEAUTIFUL logo.

Malkhaz
4 months ago

Yah, these questions evoke my curiositÿ, which is the main drive to learn a new thinking pattern. If I am lucky enough, I might get some new knowledge out of it.😊

Rosanna Festa
4 months ago

It’s a pity I have published yet my book of Physics some days ago and I am a philosopher of Science but Congratulations.

Laeeq Khan
Laeeq Khan
4 months ago

Hopefully, this will clear up confusions cluttering up this area.

Aeon J. Skoble
4 months ago

So…meta-physics, one might say.