Friday, March 20, 2009

Good news for people who love criticism of nearly true views

Earlier this evening I received word that The Journal of Philosophy has accepted my discussion piece addressing Hawthorne and Stanley's arguments for their Knowledge-Reasons Principle.

I'd be celebrating, but our apartment has been invaded by very many very large dying roaches trying to escape our neighbor's apartment after they brought in the exterminator. It's really very disgusting.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

fantastic news, Clayton, congratulations!

John Turri said...

That's fantastic, Clayton! Congratulations!

I don't know how I missed this in my RSS feed. I'm glad Keith mentioned it over on CD.

How long of a review time did you have on this?

John Turri said...

That's fantastic, Clayton! Congratulations!

How long of a review time did you have for this?

I don't know how I missed this in my RSS feed. I'm glad Keith mentioned it over on CD.

Clayton said...

Thanks Anon & John.

I believe it was sent off 8.1.2007. I actually have to go to storage to find the laptop I wrote that paper on.

Best,
Clayton

exapologist said...

If it should ever appear to me that I received an acceptance notice from J. Phil, I'd be justified in believing I was a BIV.

Congrats!

Andrew Cullison said...

That's awesome. I missed this in my RSS feed too.

(Cockroaches and JPhil acceptance) might still be a conjunction worth celebrating.