Editorial

Editorial Editorial elcome to our special issue on ‘Global Justice’, the second of our annual theme issues. We have decided to mark the occasion of these special issues by holding annual conferences. Our first Journal of Moral Philosophy sponsored event will be a conference on ‘Punishment’. Speakers and commentators include Christopher Bennett, Michael Clark, Antony Duff, Rick Lippke, Matt Matravers, Jens Timmermann, Leo Zaibert, and myself (as a commentator). Papers will be published in volume three. The event will be held on 2–3 December 2005 at the University of Newcastle, and will be open to the public. Anyone interested in participating or attend- ing the conference are encouraged to contact me. Similar future events in the US, as well as the UK, are being planned. We have been delighted by the great interest in the journal already: we have received over 120 submissions last year, doubling submissions over our previous first year. Our acceptance rate is 20 per cent and our double- blind refereeing procedures normally take no longer than six to eight weeks. This is only made possible by the great help of our Editorial Board, as well as our many referees. A journal is only as good as the quality of its contents and we are very grateful for the help of the many referees that have assisted members of our board in assessing the suitability of our submissions. These referees are listed towards the end of this issue. Finally, I would like to alert prospective book review and review article authors to the change of address of our Review Editor, Fabian Freyenhagen, from Sheffield to Cambridge, following his recent appointment. Full contact information is available at the back of the journal under our ‘Guidelines for Contributors’. We hope that you will join us, both as contributors and readers, in making the Journal a distinctive forum for vital philosophical discussions. Thom Brooks Newcastle upon Tyne, England June 2005 W Journal of Moral Philosophy © 2005 SAGE Publications London, Thousand Oaks, CA and New Delhi http://MPJ.sagepub.com Vol 2(3): 263 DOI: 10.1177/1740468105058154 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Moral Philosophy Brill

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Editorial elcome to our special issue on ‘Global Justice’, the second of our annual theme issues. We have decided to mark the occasion of these special issues by holding annual conferences. Our first Journal of Moral Philosophy sponsored event will be a conference on ‘Punishment’. Speakers and commentators include Christopher Bennett, Michael Clark, Antony Duff, Rick Lippke, Matt Matravers, Jens Timmermann, Leo Zaibert, and myself (as a commentator). Papers will be published in volume three. The event will be held on 2–3 December 2005 at the University of Newcastle, and will be open to the public. Anyone interested in participating or attend- ing the conference are encouraged to contact me. Similar future events in the US, as well as the UK, are being planned. We have been delighted by the great interest in the journal already: we have received over 120 submissions last year, doubling submissions over our previous first year. Our acceptance rate is 20 per cent and our double- blind refereeing procedures normally take no longer than six to eight weeks. This is only made possible by the great help of our Editorial Board, as well as our many referees. A journal is only as good as the quality of its contents and we are very grateful for the help of the many referees that have assisted members of our board in assessing the suitability of our submissions. These referees are listed towards the end of this issue. Finally, I would like to alert prospective book review and review article authors to the change of address of our Review Editor, Fabian Freyenhagen, from Sheffield to Cambridge, following his recent appointment. Full contact information is available at the back of the journal under our ‘Guidelines for Contributors’. We hope that you will join us, both as contributors and readers, in making the Journal a distinctive forum for vital philosophical discussions. Thom Brooks Newcastle upon Tyne, England June 2005 W Journal of Moral Philosophy © 2005 SAGE Publications London, Thousand Oaks, CA and New Delhi http://MPJ.sagepub.com Vol 2(3): 263 DOI: 10.1177/1740468105058154

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