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Chris Daly
David Liggins

Reviews Editor
Anthony Ellis

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Analysis is the most established and esteemed forum in which to publish short discussions of topics in philosophy …

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Interested in exploring Analysis’s top downloaded papers from 2016? Covering a range of engaging topics, from normativity to sexual objectification, the articles are free to read until the end of the year.

New editors' statement

New editors’ statement

Professor Daly and Dr Liggins took over from the retiring editor, Professor Michael Clark, in summer 2016. Read their statement here.

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Analysis Reviews

Analysis Reviews

This section of the journal is devoted to reviewing recent work in contemporary analytic philosophy. Analysis Reviews is essential reading for anyone interested in philosophical discussion.

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