Help us choose next year’s theme for the Journal! Dear Readers and Contributors: The Journal of Science Fiction and Philosophy has just launched its newest issue! It is presently a small volume, with just a couple of articles; we have some articles under review and in preparation, which will continue populating this issue as they get published. […]Read More Journal of Science Fiction and Philosophy: Vote for the next Yearly Theme!
(A quiz for SF afficionados) Posted 2018-06-03 Take the “SF Persons” quiz! The characters portrayed here have been chosen because they all have some bearing on philosophical reflections about the notion of personhood. How many can you name?Read More How many “persons” can you recognize on the cover of Volume 1?
Dystopian Caves and Galactic Empires: Social and Political Philosophy in SF. One of the main roles of science fiction has been to warn us – sometimes humorously, sometimes through grim pessimism – of looming social dangers, the product of particular ideas, technologies or social trends. Just how powerful these warnings can be in the public’s […]Read More Call for Papers: Vol.2
General Theme The Journal of Science Fiction and Philosophy, a peer-reviewed, open access publication, is dedicated to the analysis of philosophical themes present in science fiction stories in all formats, with a view to their use in the discussion, teaching, and narrative modeling of philosophical ideas. It aims at highlighting the role of science fiction as […]Read More Call for Papers