Journal of Moral Philosophy 7 (2010) 541–542 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/174552410X535125 brill.nl/jmp JOURNAL OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY Referees for Volume 7 No journal can be successful without the help and good advice of referees. All 176 submissions we received were vetted by members of our Advisory Committee and Editorial Board, in addition to many referees. Th e Journal of Moral Philosophy is very grateful for the helpful advice of our referees. Our sincere thanks to: Andrew Altman Michael Barnhart Avner Baz David Benatar Yitzhak Benbaji Selim Berker Talia Bettcher Brian Bix Jeﬀ rey Bland-Ballard Lene Bomann-Larsen Iain Brassington Gillian Brock Cheshire Calhoun T. A. Cavanaugh Timothy Chappell Alix Cohen Mary Coleman Gary Colwell Geoﬀ rey Cupit Stefaan Cuypers Steve Daskal Richard Dees Steven Durlauf Daniel Elstein Nir Eyal Melissa Seymour Fahmy Paul Faulkner William FitzPatrick Patrick Frierson Lisa Fuller Irwin Goldstein Eugene Goodheart Michael Gross Edward Harcourt Chris Heathwood Burke Hendrix David Hershenov Brian Huss Jonathan Jacobs Rebecca Johnson Troy Jollimore Stephen Kershnar David Klimchuk Carl Knight Joshua Knobe Richard Kraut Kristjan Kristjansson Arto Laitinen Edward Langerak Mark LeBar Patti Tamara Lenard Michael Levin David Levy Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen 542 Referees for Volume 7 / Journal
Journal of Moral Philosophy – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
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