The Philosophy journal teorema,
founded in 1971 and published without interruption until 1986, represented
a landmark in the development of contemporary philosophical thought
in Spain. During its period of publication, teorema
featured several articles by such outstanding philosophers as Chomsky,
Davidson, Dummett, Habermas, Pears, Popper, Quine, Searle, Strawson,
and others. It also organised a significant number of conferences
and symposia, on a wide variety of topics including Wittgenstein's
Tractatus, knowledge and belief, Quine's philosophy, philosophical
and linguistic aspects of Chomsky's works, philosophy of mind, and
contemporary German thought.
In December 1996 teorema
resumed publication. Although papers in any philosophical discipline
will be considered, the main aim of the journal is to publish original
articles either in Spanish or in English in Logic, Philosophy of Language,
Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Science, Philosophy
and History of Science, Epistemology, Metaphysics and related areas.
Special attention will be given to the study of Spanish Thought from
any period or discipline. Although critical notices and book reviews
are usually invited, suggestions are welcome. teorema
is a blind- and peer-reviewed journal. The contents of teorema
are indexed and collected in the following bibliographic sources:
Arts and Humanities Citation Index®, Current Contents® /Arts
and Humanities, Dialnet, Dice, Elsevier Bibliographic Databases (SCOPUS),
Carhus Plus+, Fuente académica, ISOC-CSIC, Latindex, Periodicals
Index Online, Répertoire bibliografique de la philosophie,
RESH, Sumaris CBUC, The Philosopher's Index, and Ulrich's Periodicals
Directory. teorema has
been listed as journal of excellence by the Spanish Government
Agency FECYT (Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology).
teorema is published three
times a year (issues in February, May and October), and includes articles,
discussions, notes, book symposia and book reviews of recent publications.
In addition, teorema regularly
publishes special issues on current philosophical topics.
The Editor would welcome contributions from authors. All papers submitted
for publication will be refereed by experts in the field. (See Details
internacional de estudios sobre Santayana is included as an annual
aims to make the work of the Anglo-Spanish philosopher Jorge Santayana
more widely known.