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Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science

History and Aim

Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science is primarily an English-language academic journal (papers written in French or German are also accepted for publication) edited and published by the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science. Founded in 1956, the journal is published annually. The aim of Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science is to publish academic papers on the philosophical and foundational problems of science in a broad range of fields, including the natural sciences, mathematics, logic, psychology, engineering, the social sciences, etc. Authors do not have to be a member of the Association to have a paper published in this journal.

The Editorial Board (term of office: April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2017)

Editor in Chief: Makoto Kikuchi
Editorial Board Members: Kunihisa Morita ⋅ Tastuya Kashiwabata ⋅ Shunkichi Matsumoto

Recently Published Papers

Vol. 24

・Naoaki KITAMURA, The Groundedness of Negative Truths
・Yuichi AMITANI, A Tale of Two Minds: Past, Present and Future


Vol. 23

・Takuo AOYAMA, Shogo SHIMIZU and Yuki YAMADA, Free Will and the
 Divergence Problem
 Special Section: External Critiques of Experimental Philosophy
・Masaharu MIZUMOTO, Foreword
・Stephen STICH, What Is Experimental Philosophy?
・Eric McCREADY, Reference and Linguistic Intuitions
・Simine VAZIRE, Experimental Philosophy: The View from Social/Personality
 Psychology
・Kazuhisa TODAYAMA, What is Experimental Philosophy of Mathematics?


Vol. 22

・Takashi YAGISAWA, “Deflationary Existence”
・Florian COVA and Yasuko KITANO, “Experimental Philosophy and the
 Compatibility of Free Will and Determinism: A Survey”


Vol. 21

・Yuichi Amitani, “The Communication Puzzle of the Species Problem”
・Akihiro Kanamori, “Mathematical Knowledge: Motley and Complexity of Proof”
・Takashi Iida, “On the Concept of a Token Generator”

The Journal's Archives

Open access to articles in Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science is available via the J-STAGE and CiNii archives.