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Lexicon Philosophicum: A new online journal edited by the CNR’s Institute for the European Intellectual Lexicon and the History of Ideas, Rome.
The Institute for the European Intellectual Lexicon and the History of Ideas (ILIESI) is going to launch a new online journal: Lexicon Philosophicum,which aims to contribute essays, short notes, and book-reviews to the history of ideas by focussing on philosophical texts and terminolgy. A specific section will be devoted to digital philosophy. The journal will have an interdisciplinary character, and will welcome contributions from philosophers, historians, philologists, and linguists.
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