Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to announce a call for proposals for Just the Arguments: 100 of the Most Important Arguments in Western Philosophy, edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone. The completed text will be a survey and presentation of 100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy, wherein experts will write brief encyclopedia-like entries presenting arguments in their essence, including a representative quotation, explication of the context and aim of the argument, and the argument’s logical form.
I’m writing to urge all of you to think about arguments by women philosophers that might be well-suited to this volume, and to send in proposals if so. Go here for more information– but act fast, as proposals are due 1 February. If implicit bias does its usual thing, they’ll end up with 100 arguments by men (or maybe 99 if we’re lucky). So let’s see if we can avert that!