The Rivista di filosofia, one of the oldest Italian philosophical journals, was founded in 1909. Its long and prestigious history is witness to its moral commitment, its scientific rigour, and its attention to the methodological aspects of philosophy. In addition to theoretically-oriented studies and investigations, with particular attention to analytic philosophy, the Rivista di filosofia offers reflections and documentation about the status of philosophy and its relations to scientific thought, its places and institutions, and its available methodologies. The journal is addressed to professors and students, teachers, cultural centres, high-schools, universities and libraries.
Editor in chief Massimo Mori Editorial board Andrea Cantini, Ettore Casari, Paolo Casini, Massimo Ferrari, Luca Fonnesu, Simone Gozzano, Antonello La Vergata, Eugenio Lecaldano, Alberto Pasquinelli, Paolo Rossi, Pietro Rossi, Salvatore Veca, Carlo Augusto Viano Advisory board Guido Bonino, Carlo Borghero, Sergio Bucchi, Giuseppe Cambiano, Ian Carter, Paolo Comanducci, Paolo D’Angelo, Mauro Dorato, Costantino Esposito, Gianfranco Fioravanti, Giorgio Lanaro, Tito Magri, Diego Marconi, Massimo Mugnai, Sandro Nannini, Telmo Pievani, Alessandro Pagnini, Stefano Poggi, Pier Paolo Portinaro, Emanuela Scribano.
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The journal is indexed by Philosopher’s Index, Répertoire bibliographique de la philosophie, Philosophy Research Index, ERIH, Periodicals Index Online, DoGi-Dottrina Giuridica, Articoli italiani di periodici accademici (AIDA), JournalSeek, Catalogo italiano dei periodici (ACNP), Google Scholar.
The journal is rated "A", by the Italian academic research evaluation agency (Anvur), for the following scientific areas: 11 c1 (Filosofia teoretica), 11 c2 (Logica, storia e filosofia della scienza), 11 c3 (Filosofia morale), 11 c4 (Estetica e filosofia dei linguaggi), 11 c5 (Storia della filosofia).