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Call nominations for the editorship of the JNphi

29.03.2024

Journal of NeuroPhilosophy (JNphi) has opened nominations for the editorship. At this time the Journal is looking for an editor who will handle primarily papers in applied free will, neuroethics, neuroaesthetics, neurotheology: spirituality, brain and religion, artificial intelligence, social robots and human-robot interaction with a special emphasis on neuroscience and philosophy.

Candidates should be available to start receiving manuscripts in mid 2024. Please note that the Committee encourages participation by members of underrepresented groups in the publication process and would particularly welcome such nominees.

To nominate a candidate, please prepare a supporting statement of one/two pages and provide a current CV. Submit all materials electronically to editor@jneurophilosophy.com

Deadline for accepting nominations is June 30, after which the Committee will begin its work.

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