|Edited by||Crispin Wright, John Divers, and Åsa Wikforss|
|ISO 4||Thought (Hoboken, N.J.)|
|ISSN|| 2161-2234 |
Thought: A Journal of Philosophy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell for the Northern Institute of Philosophy. The journal covers logic, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of mind, epistemology, philosophy of language, and metaphysics. The editors-in-chief are Crispin Wright (Universities of Stirling and New York), John Divers (University of Leeds), and Åsa Wikforss (Stockholm University).
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