Since its first issue in January 1972, Radical Philosophy has been edited and published without outside support by an Editorial Collective. In 2012 we will be celebrating 40 years of collective self-publishing, and there has never been a better time to support the journal by taking out an annual subscription.
Full details of subscription rates for 2012 are available here (these apply from issue 171 (Jan/Feb 2012) onwards, and therefore to all new or renewed subscriptions).
We are pleased to announce there is no price increase for individual subscriptions, which remain fixed at last year’s rates (including the discounted rate for students).
This means an annual subscription to 6 issues of the journal is still available from as little as £24 (and from £37 in the US), and now also includes full access to the complete online archive of every item published between 1972 – 2012.
Institutional subscriptions have been increased for 2012 to reflect the wealth of research resources now available to staff and students in the online archive. Institutional rates permit full access to this archive for all authorized users, including automatic IP access from multiple sites at no additional charge. Our licence, with the full terms and agreements for institutional subscriptions, is now available here.