The Partially Examined Life takes submissions for essays related to philosophy, culture, and ideas. We’d love to see queries from writers who can contribute:
- Philosophy-related essays, personal essays, and interviews. See The Stone for great examples of this sort of content: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/category/the-stone/
- Book Reviews of philosophical texts.
- Review essays about any genre and medium, including thoughtful takes on literature and film. These need not explicitly be about philosophy and philosophers.
- Thoughtful pieces related to politics and culture, especially pieces that analyze current issues by way of political philosophy, social thought, moral philosophy, moral psychology, and psychoanalysis.
- Pieces related to the intersection of philosophy and popular culture (as in the Popular Culture and Philosophy series).
- Anything else you think you can persuade us is suitable to our site — pitch away.
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