The Review is a serious 'amateur' journal of philosophy which provides
an opportunity for members to get their work into print. It is
published annually and is distributed free to members. One copy is
held by the Rewley House Library. Past issues from 2003 onwards are
also available electronically in the PDF format from the Review Archive.
The quality of each year's Review is entirely dependent on your
contributions – so you are strongly encouraged to submit your
work for consideration. New contributors are especially welcome.
As joint editors, we encourage
you to submit a broad range of material. You might consider writing:
Essays and articles. These will remain the backbone of
the Review, and previous editions indicate the style and standard.
The limit is 4000 words, including footnotes and bibliography.
Reviews and analyses of books, radio and TV programmes,
philosophy internet resources, and OUDCE or other courses.
Dialogues between members on philosophical issues.
Responses to pieces in previous Reviews.
Even better ideas that no one has thought of yet.. Are you
fascinated by the philosophical implications of the latest
cosmological discoveries? Do you feel an urgent need to share your
arguments on a contemporary ethical issue? Perhaps you have a burning
desire to analyse Adorno's negative dialectics? Whatever your
interests, do submit your thoughts. The only criterion is that the
material is philosophical in method – and that whilst expression
of obscurity is excusable, the reverse is not.
Please feel free to contact
us to discuss your ideas. Whilst the deadline for submission is
September 19th 2016, early submission would
be much appreciated. Submissions should be sent (preferably in
either .doc or .odt format)) to
with your contact details.
There is this
template available to present your submissions, which you may
like to use, though we don't mind any of the normal formats.
(NB: On some systems you may need to hold down
the 'control' key, while clicking on the above template link.)
Please note that arrangements for Chadwick Prize entries are
different – see the Chadwick Prize
page. The winner and runner-up will be published in the Review,
and other entries may be.
To reiterate – the success of the Review is entirely dependent
on your submissions.