Environmental Philosophy Journal Moves to UO
Environmental Philosophy, the official journal of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy (IAEP), will move to the University of Oregon in the fall of 2007, under the joint sponsorship of the Department of Philosophy and the Environmental Studies Program. Ted Toadvine, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies, will serve as the journal’s managing editor.
Environmental Philosophy is published biennially and offers a forum for the philosophical discussion of all aspects of our relation to the natural environment, including environmental ethics, aesthetics, ontology, and theology; the philosophy of science and technology; ecofeminism and environmental justice; and ecophenomenology.
The journal welcomes a diversity of approaches to environmental issues, including those inspired by the traditions of American and Continental philosophy and the history of philosophy.
The journal’s publication at the University of Oregon will begin with a double-issue, to appear in October, devoted to the topics of environmental restoration and environmental aesthetics.