CFP: Call for Book Proposals for Series on Philosophical Anthropology

Submission deadline: February 2, 2024

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A new book series with Bloomsbury on Philosophical Anthropology is seeking proposals for possible inclusion in the series. 

The series will largely focus its publication agenda on the following avenues:

 - monographs and edited collections on the history of philosophical anthropology and philosophical anthropology as it has appeared in various historical thought (i.e., in Plato, Kant, Heidegger, Plessner, etc.)
- translations of key texts or understudied texts in philosophical anthropology,
- monographs and edited collections on the intersection of philosophy and anthropology (and other related fields) in a broader context (i.e., Latour's Actor-Network approach, Existential Anthropology, etc).
- monographs and edited collections on contemporary, systematic works of philosophical anthropology or otherwise original avenues that offer new insight, new approaches, or which critically examine central concepts to philosophical anthropology such as subjectivity, transcendence, etc.

For a further description of the series, see the series webpage linked below.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal for the series, please email a brief description of the proposed project to determine if it will be a good fit for the series. If so, we will invite you to fill out and submit a full proposal form for peer-review.

Contact Series Editors: 

Zachary Isrow - [email protected]

Alberto Vargas - [email protected]

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