Barcelona Principles for a Globally Inclusive Philosophy
EPSA and EJPS endorse the 'Barcelona Principles for a Globally Inclusive Philosophy’ (https://contesi.wordpress.com/bp/), acknowledging and fostering the richness and diversity of philosophy of science in Europe. We strive to make EPSA meetings and the refereeing process of EJPS as inclusive as possible, using English as a useful vehicular language, not as a filter or barrier to limit presentation of ideas of philosophers whose first language is not English.
The European Journal for Philosophy of Science is published three times a year and aims to deepen our understanding of the concepts and methods of the sciences and of their role in the world and in society.
The European Philosophy of Science Association used to publish its conference proceedings as a hardback volume. This practiced was discontinued in 2017 and the proceedings from the biennial conference now appear as a topical collection of the EJPS. The old format volumes are still available for our members to read online.
This series published by Springer with the European Philosophy of Science Association provides a platform for young researchers working in Europe to publish their work and distribute their work on an international level.