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Garry Hagberg on the Future of Philosophy and Literature

Garry Hagberg, Philosophy and Literature

When Philosophy and Literature founding editor Denis Dutton died in 2010, his co-editor, Garry Hagberg, took over the reins of the influential journal.

With just over five years in the top position, Hagberg joined our podcast series to talk about the transition, plans for the future and just what inspired the beautiful cover images for the journal.

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