Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal

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By mail:
Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal
Department of Philosophy
New School for Social Research
6 E 16th St., 10th Fl.
New York, NY 10003

By telephone:
(212) 229-5735 x3024

By fax:
(212) 807-1669

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Articles must be formatted for blind review.

For electronic submissions, please send your article as a double-spaced document in Word (.doc) or PDF (.pdf) format to the Submissions Editor at Please also complete and submit the GFPJ Article Submission Form (also available as a Word document).

We also accept hard copy submissions in triplicate, double-spaced, typewritten form, accompanied by a cover letter. Manuscripts will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope.


If you would like to translate for the GFPJ, please send contact information, language proficiencies, and a sample translation in Word (.doc) or PDF (.pdf) format to

Book Reviews

The GFPJ will consider for publication reviews of approximately 1,500 words in length on recently published monographs in continental philosophy and the history of philosophy. We accept reviews from graduate students in philosophy or similar disciplines, or those with equivalent qualifications. Such reviews may only cite the book under review, and should offer a critical and informative summary of this work. If you would like to propose a book review, please contact the Submissions Editor (


The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal follows the fourteenth edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. However, there are a number of distinctive treatments and settings that the Journal uses. Please consult our Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal Abbreviated Style Sheet for a guide to GFPJ style, which includes a basic guide for formatting in accordance with the Chicago Manual of Style.

Authors are responsible for checking all quotations and supplying complete references.

About GFPJ

The Journal, published semi-annually in association with the Department of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research, provides a forum in which contemporary authors engage with the history of philosophy and its traditions.

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