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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Ed. by Frederick J. E. Woodbridge et al.

American monthly scientific journal on the subject of philosophy. It was founded at Columbia University in 1904 as The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, under the editorship of Professor J. E. Woodbridge and Professor James McKeen Cattell. Wendell T. Bush became co-editor of the journal in 1906. In 1921 the name of the journal was shortened to The Journal of Philosophy.

The inaugural issue announced that the journal was founded with the intent of "covering the whole field of scientific philosophy, psychology, ethics and logic" so that "the relations between philosophy and psychology should remain intimate".

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