Library of Scottish Philosophy
The Library of Scottish Philosophy is a series of specially commissioned books intended to provide teachers, students and the general reader with easy and inexpensive access to both well known and less well known writers in the Scottish philosophical tradition. Selections are organized around a particular author, or a more general theme. Published by Imprint Academic in the UK and distributed by Ingram in the USA, these paperback selections are edited and introduced by experts from Europe, Asia and America. They can be purchased on Amazon, or directly from the publisher.
Journal of Scottish Philosophy
The Journal of Scottish Philosophy publishes innovative work by philosophers and historians of ideas on all aspects and every period of the Scottish philosophical tradition - philosophical psychology, metaphysics, philosophy of science, ethics and moral philosophy, political and social theory, from the late scholastics of the 15th century through the 18th century Enlightenment philosophers to the Scottish Idealists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Since its foundation in 2004, the JSP has established itself as an internationally acknowledged source of new philosophical work of the highest intellectual standard. Its contributors come from across the world and include scholars both long established and new to the field. Since Volume 5 (2007), the first issue of each year has been guest edited on a special theme. From time to time, the JSP re-publishes important essays on Scottish philosophy that have become highly inaccessible.
The JSP is available both in print and on-line. Each issue contains a ‘featured article’ which is permanently accessible on-line free of charge. This featured article often provides the focus for the JSP Forum. Hosted on the website of the International Association for Scottish Philosophy, the JSP Forum sponsors intellectual exchanges between the author of the featured article and invited specialists.
The Oxford History of Scottish Philosophy
The Princeton Center for the Study of Scottish Philosophy has initiated a comprehensive multi-authored history of Scottish philosophy in two volumes – Scottish Philosophy in the Enlightenment (edited by Aaron Garret and James A Harris) and Post Enlightenment Scottish Philosophy (edited by Gordon Graham). The volumes will be published by Oxford University Press, and publication is expected in 2013.