Recent Articles Index of vols. 39-50
Contents 55 January 2006 Contents 55 July 2006.pdf
Contents 56 January 2007 Contents 56 July 2007.pdf
Contents 57 January 2008 Contents 57 July 2008
Contents 58 January 2009 Contents 58 July 2009
Contents 59 January 2010 Contents 59 July-October 2010
Contents 60 January 2011 Contents 60 July 2011
Contents 61 January-July 2012 Contents 62 January 2013 Contents 63 July 2013
Contents 63 January 2014 Contents 63 July 2014
Contents 64 January 2015 Contents 64 July 2015
Contents 65 January 2016 Contents 65 July 2016
IYYUN: The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, is published by the S. H. Bergman Center for Philosophical Studies of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The editor is Mark Steiner, the associate editor is Eva Shorr. IYYUN publishes long essays, articles, discussion notes, and critical studies of books in all areas of philosophy, irrespective of the authors' philosophical school or method of inquiry.
IYYUN was founded in 1945 as a Hebrew philosophical quarterly by Martin Buber, S. H. Bergman, and Julius Guttmann. As of volume 39 (1990), IYYUN appears four times a year: January and July in English, April and October in Hebrew. Each English issue carries abstracts of the articles in the previous Hebrew issue of IYYUN. The Hebrew word iyyun means "inquiry" or "study."
Indexes: Volume 30 carries author, subject, and book review index for vols. 1-30, and volume 50, the indexes for vols. 31-50.
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Iyyun was founded by Martin Buber, S. H. Bergman, and Julius Guttmann (hon. secretary Sinai Ucko). Volume 1, no. 1 was published in October 1945, and it included papers by Ernst Cassirer, Felix Weltsch, Fritz Heinemann, Nathan Rotenstreich, and others. A double issue (vol. 1, nos. 2-3) followed in November 1946, and the fourth number appeared in July 1949, that is, from the end of WW II and through Israel's War of Independence.
Ever since January 1951 (vol. 2, no. 1) Iyyun has appeared regularly. The current volume is 65, 2016.