Editors:

Andrei Marmor, editor-in-chief

James Dreier

Julia Driver

David Estlund

Mark Schroeder, Discussion Notes Editor

Susan Wampler, Managing Editor

Editorial Policy

The Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy is a peer-reviewed online journal in moral, political and legal philosophy. The journal welcomes submissions of articles in any of these and related fields of research. Articles submitted to the Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy will be reviewed by the editors and external referees according to the highest academic standards. The journal is committed to speedy and efficient review, normally not exceeding 6 to 8 weeks from submission. Each article is published online as soon as it is ready for publication.

Articles submitted to the Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy should only be submitted electronically, in Word or RTF format, through the website at the Submit Article link.

Short discussion notes should be submitted at the "Symposia & Discussion Notes" link.

The Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy does not require exclusivity in submission for review. However, if you have submitted your article to another journal, we do require that you let us know about it, and notify us without any delay about other journals' decisions about your article.

While the Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy will consider longer articles, in general the journal would prefer articles that do not exceed 15,000 words. Footnotes should be kept to the necessary minimum. Appropriate references to all relevant academic publications should be incorporated, and the accuracy of references is entirely the author's responsibility. Any standard system of reference is acceptable, as long as it is consistent throughout the article.

All the articles in the Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy will be published online in PDF, and once published, no further changes will be allowed.

Public access to articles in the Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy is free of charge. The Journal articles are fully indexed with Philosopher's Index, Lexis, and Westlaw.

Authors of published articles will receive a password and instructions soon after publication that will allow them to view the number of times their article has been downloaded, at any time they choose to do so. This information will be available only to the author and the editors.

The Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy website has been designed by the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California. The site is maintained on a separate server by the USC Law School. The website is guaranteed by a double back-up system, and it is designed to accommodate future upgrades and modifications. The journal is fully committed to maintaining the website and its entire database for the indefinite future and has taken every possible measure to that effect.

ISSN 1559-3061
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