Another year, another impact factor. Thomson Reuters, who compile the figures, have released their 2017 report and the BJPS continues to perform very well (a brief explanation of the IF can be found here). We’ve jumped from last year’s 1.738 to a not-to-be-sniffed-at 1.985. Many thanks indeed to our authors and our referees for all their hard work!
To celebrate, we’ve made a number of our most highly cited papers freely available:
Graded Causation and Defaults
Joseph Y. Halpern and Christopher Hitchcock
Hamilton’s Rule and Its Discontents
Are There Non-Causal Explanations (of Particular Events)?
The No Alternatives Argument
Richard Dawid, Stephan Hartmann, and Jan Sprenger
Abstract Explanations in Science