American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly

American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly

Infobox Journal

discipline = Philosophy
language = English
abbreviation = ACPQ
website =
publisher = [ Philosophy Documentation Center]
country = United States of America
history = 1927 to present
ISSN = 1051-3558

The "American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly" is the official journal of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. Founded in 1927 as "The New Scholasticism", the journal adopted its current title in 1990. The ACPQ publishes articles and book reviews covering the entire range and history of Western philosophical thought. Contributions on non-Western philosophy are welcome, especially if they shed light upon issues in the Western tradition. The ACPQ is not committed to any particular school of philosophy; its contributions variously employ analytical, phenomenological, Thomistic, historical, and other methods. Nevertheless, it typically prefers contributions on topics or thinkers that are of special interest to Catholic thought. Thus, almost every issue usually carries at least one article on Thomas Aquinas. Pieces on medieval thought are well represented as well, as are essays in the philosophy of religion and philosophical theology.

Every third issue of the ACPQ is devoted to a philosopher, Catholic or not, who has exercised a significant influence on Western philosophy. Recent special issues have been devoted to Max Scheler, John Scottus Eriugena, Gabriel Marcel, Peter Abelard, and Edith Stein.

The editorial offices of the ACPQ are located at the University of Dallas. The journal's editors are [ Robert E. Wood] and [ Philipp W. Rosemann] .

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