We are pleased to announce that Philosophy and Society Journal’s third issue of volume XXXI has now been released. This issue has a special topic section – “Non-Territorial Autonomy as an Enrichment of Representative Democracy“. The new issue also features articles on proportionality and responsibility in asymmetric warfare, Shakespeare’s Macbeth as contemporary English politics, propositions as (non-linguistic) objects and philosophy of law, ethical and legal aspects of the right to die with dignity, as well as an in memoriam text dedicated to Trivo Inđić (1938–2020).
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Philosophy and Society is a peer-reviewed open access academic journal established in 1987 and published quarterly by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. The journal was founded by members of the Belgrade ‘Praxis School’. The journal strives to cover and present key trends in contemporary theory and, at the same time, to encourage research in the fields of philosophy and the humanities. Philosophy and Society has always welcomed contributions from established international academics: from the first issue, which contained articles by A. Wellmer and R. Bernstein, to the most recent volumes with contributions from T. Scanlon, O. Höffe, J.L. Marion, J. Butler, H. Brunkhorst, K. R. Westphal, H. B. Schmid, D. Zahavi, P. Cobben, and other renowned philosophers.
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