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About the Journal
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science is published for the Society by Oxford University Press. Founded in 1950, it is one of the leading international journals in the philosophy of science. It has a current Impact Factor of 2.053 (and a 5-year impact factor of 2.188), making it the highest cited journals in the field. Each issue features an Editors’ Choice article, available to download for free, and every year the Editors choose a paper for the prestigious BJPS Popper Prize, which is also made available to download for free. In addition, the journal publishes virtual issues on topics of particular interest, such as the work of T. S. Kuhn or the philosophy of cognitive science, which are composed of previously published papers selected by one of our Associate Editors. The current Co-Editors-in-Chief are Prof Steven French and Dr Wendy Parker. Details of the full Editorial Board can be found here.
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