The 125th Anniversary of the Journal

  title={The 125th Anniversary of the Journal},
  author={Henry S Richardson},
  pages={1 - 10}
With this issue, we launch our celebration of the 125th anniversary of Ethics. After explaining how we’re doing that, I will review the surprisingly murky question of the journal’s founding, recount some of the journal’s history, and say a few words about where the journal is now. Thanks to the generosity of the publisher, the University of Chicago Press, which has made extra pages available for our 125th volume, we are marking the occasion by publishing four collections of retrospective essays… 
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