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Welcome to Plurilogue.

Plurilogue is a free online journal devoted to timely reviews of scholarly books, journal issues and articles in philosophy and political science. It is a repository for high-quality analyses of the newest scholarly research, with reviews authored by new and established scholars and refereed by members of an international editorial board.

The name Plurilogue derives from the term, 'omnilogue', coined by John Rawls and Christine Korsgaard to indicate a dialogue in which all individuals may participate simultaneously. (It first appeared in Rawls's 'Reply To Habermas'.)  Plurilogue thus emphasizes the diversity and the many pluralisms (of concepts, places, interest, languages and cultures) that inform such dialogue.

As an international journal, Plurilogue welcomes reviews in Arabic, Chinese, English, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Italian, and Spanish. 

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To propose a review, please see our submission guidelines.

For a list of new books for review, please see list of current possibilities.

To submit a review copy of a book, journal or article, please send it to:

               Dr. Tom Bailey
               John Cabot University,
               Via della Lungara 233
               00165 Rome, Italy.

The members of the Editorial Board are:

               Tom Bailey (John Cabot University, Rome)
               P├ęter Losonczi, secretary of IRNRD (IRNRD-Antwerp/Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
               Juhana Lemetti (University of Helsinki)
               Mika Luoma-aho (University of Lapland)
               Gianfranco Pellegrino (LUISS, Rome)

               Aakash Singh (DCRC, Delhi)
               Paul Sum (University of North Dakota)
               Jack Russell Weinstein (University of North Dakota)
             
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