The Brentano Studien were created in 1989 as an organ of the Internationale Franz Brentano Gesellschaft e.V. from the University of Würzburg, Germany. It continues the tradition of the "Veröffentlichungen der Brentano Gesellschaft" initiated in the 1930s by Thomas Masaryk in Prague, aiming at providing a discussion forum for further research and critical studies on works by Franz Brentano and his school, and on its influence in phenomenology and analytic philosophy. The Brentano Studien publishes articles dealing with Brentanian philosophy in general, be it from an historical or systematical point of view. It also publishes original and contemporary contributions in descriptive psychology and philosophy of mind.
The editors seek advice from numerous expert referees and from his international advisers. Starting 2016, the Brentano-Studien will be published half-yearly. The Brentano-Studien have a policy of ‚double blind’ review, which means that the author’s identity are not revealed to referees during review.
Submissions Papers on all aspects of Franz Brentano’s philosophy will be considered. Furthermore, papers addressing issues systematically relevant to descriptive psychology (which encompasses ethics, logic, philosophy of mind and language, epistemology, aesthetics, and metaphysics more generally) are particularly welcome. These include (not exclusively) papers in the field of analytic philosophy, phenomenology, philosophy of psychology, and philosophy of cognitive sciences. The journal publishes also book reviews and discussions of recently published works.
Review copies, book reviews, and review inquiries should be sent to the: Guillaume Fréchette Universität Salzburg Fachbereich Philosophie (KGW) Franziskanergasse 1 5010-Salzburg Austria email: email@example.com