Editorial Information

About EJAP

EJAP is available for free to an international audience on the world wide web. The editors understand analytic philosophy as characterized by a free use of formal methods, a close relationship with the natural and social sciences, and an incremental approach to problem solving.


The Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy (ISSN 1071-5800) was established in August of 1993. At the time, it was the first electronic journal ofphilosophy. Inititially, EJAP was hosted and run from the Philosophy program at The University of Indiana. The Founding Editor was Craig De Lancey. In 2001 after a brief period off-line, EJAP moved to The University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Istvan S. N. Berkeley assumed the role of Editor-in-Chief at the time of the move.

To subscribe

Anyone with internet access can read EJAP. There is no fee of any kind.

To submit


Articles on the any topic in analytic philosophy are welcome. Unsolicited articles will be considered. A number of special topic issues of EJAP have been published, each with a guest editor. Future guest editors are welcome to volunteer. General issues are also likely in the future, when submissions warrant such issues. Please send all correspondence to ejap@louisiana.edu. Authors are encouraged to see our copyright agreement, and recent EJAP issues on matters of style.

Comments and criticism

Also welcome are smaller pieces written in response to previous EJAP articles (for example, critical discussions, developments of further implications, or reviews of related research). These should be restricted to 2500 words or less and should clearly indicate the previous article on which they are commenting. They will be (blind) reviewed by at least one referee.


Publisher and Editor in Chief: Istvan S. N. Berkeley, E-mail: istvan@louisiana.edu
Founding Editor: Craig De Lancey, E-mail:cdelance@alumni.indiana.edu

Technical Information

EJAP runs on a dedicated Dell Pentium III machine, with a 1GHz processor. The operating system is Redhat Linux 7.0. The server software is Apache 1.3.14.

This page is maintained by Istvan Berkeley at the University of Louisianana at Lafayette. Copyright 2001