The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science is published for The British Society for the Philosophy of Science by Oxford University Press. As the current editors are coming to the end of their term, the Society invites suitably qualified individuals who would like to be considered for the post of editor to contact the secretary. Potential editors must be members of the BSPS, and should preferably be based in Britain. At present the journal is run by two co-editors and an editorial assistant, but the future structure of an editorial team is open for negotiation.

If you would be interested in being considered as a future editor of the journal can you please email Rachel Cooper This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by the 31st May. Please include a brief CV, a statement that describes why you would like to be considered for the post, and also an outline of the editorial structure you would propose (for example, the committee is prepared to consider applications from potential co-editors, or suggestions for larger editorial teams). Potential applicants are also encouraged to email Rachel Cooper prior to the deadline to begin informal discussions.

Please note that the editors of the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science are not paid a salary, but receive a small honorarium. Funds are available for a part-time editorial assistant. The new editors will take over editorial responsibility for the Journal at Christmas 2010 or as soon as possible thereafter.