Volume IV / issue 2 / 2013
The appearance of a new philosophy journal is always an occasion for celebration; the more so when it is devoted to epistemology, an area that has been rejuvenated in the last two decades. Aided by the ease of international communications, the openness of Logos & Episteme to a wide variety of different approaches fits well with the increasing integration of methods from naturalistic and a prioristic sources, from social and individualistic epistemologies, from the AngloAmerican tradition, and from the socalled “Continental” tradition. One looks forward to genuinely new intellectual developments emerging from the journal, where novel ideas produced by young researchers outside the older centres of academia can readily find an audience that appreciates their merits. The Romanian Academy is to be applauded for supporting the journal and may it have much success and a long life.
Christopher Bobier; Tomas Bogardus; Fernando Broncano-Berrocal; Natalia Grincheva; Clayton Littlejohn; Christian Möckel; Charlie Pelling; Stephen Skerry; Nicholas Tebben.