Now in its fourth year of publication, the on-line (free) Journal of Space Philosophy Fall 2015 issue has been released by the Kepler Space Institute. It is lengthy at 177 pages with a very good range of topics. The journal is published as a series of PDF files, so it is convenient to download and read on your tablet or PC. Here is a list of the contents of the fall issue that can be downloaded.
- Journal Cover
- Preface, Bob Krone and Gordon Arthur
- Press Release: Issue #6, Nate Sushereba
- Notes from the Chairman, Gordon Holder, KSI Board Chairman
- Letters-to-the-Editor, James Michael “Mike” Snead
- Preventing Hell on Earth,” Yehezkel Dror
- Becoming Spacefaring: America’s Path Forward in Space.” James Michael “Mike” Snead
- Passing the Philosophic Torch of Basic Rights and Freedoms for Space Migrants to Evolve and Survive … or become Extinct: A Proposed Modified US Declaration of Independence and Future Constitution Applicable to Long Duration and Permanent Spacekind Inhabitants,” George S. Robinson
- Progressive Etudes on Consciousness and Noetic Sciences, Stephanie Lynn Thorburn
- Key Determinants in Space Science Experimentation, Terry Tang
- Industrial Production of Positronium and Its Uses, William Mook
Access to the Journal of Space Philosophy and free downloading of its articles is available at bobkrone.com/node/120.