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What Philosophy Journal Decisions Look Like

Sometimes a picture is worth a million words, or at least a number of numbers. Writer Natasha M. Frost has created a visual representation of publication decisions made at a number of academic philosophy journals, as reported by authors at the Blog of the APA’s new journal survey site:

No wait, that is not it.

Here you go:

 

The green—yes there is green on the graph, though you might have missed it if you just took a quick glance–represents the acceptances.

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