‘Perhaps you could tell me a little bit more about your project and how HRH’s Patronage would help. As you’ll have seen, The Duke focuses his work on three core areas (Skills and Apprenticeships, Science and Engineering, and Entrepreneurship).’

James Upsher, Assistant Private Secretary to HRH Prince Andrew – The Duke of York, Buckingham Palace, U.K.

‘I am honored that you thought of me for such a position. I wish you and Avello Publishing Journal all the best in the years ahead.’

Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California, U.S.A.

‘Many thanks indeed for the papers. I hope our paths will cross again before
long so that we can discuss these things further. Thanks also for letting
me know about the journal. With best regards.’

Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal of the House of Lords, U.K.

‘Congratulations on completing the manuscript for your new book. I very much appreciate your thinking of me, and wish you all the best with the publication of your book.’

Drew Faust, President of Harvard University, USA.

‘I have been scanning your website for confirmation of the date of this year’s conference. Could you please let me have the dates (and timings) of the conference? With thanks in anticipation.’

Jane Eyles, PA to Dame Glynis Breakwell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath, U.K.

‘Alain Badiou vous remercie de votre insistance. Il serait finalement prêt à vous envoyer un texte mais il aurait besoin de savoir pour quand vous le voulez. En fait savoir s’il y a une “deadline”! Merci d’avance de votre réponse.’

Isabelle Vodoz, Bi-lingual text translator PA to Alain Badiou, Emeritus Chair of Philosophy at the École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.

‘I have neither a Ph.D. nor a strong background in philosophy. I still enjoyed reading your articles though, and look forward to reading more in the future!’

Andrew Snyder-Beattie, Academic Project Manager, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK.

‘Best of luck with the journal’

Daniel Dewey, Research Fellow, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK.

‘Thank you very much for your interest.’

Saul Kripke, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, City University of New York, USA.

‘Congratulations on the book. The thing to do is send it to journals, who will then find reviewers. And the reviewers can write their reviews, in the knowledge that journals will be expecting to publish them.’

Nicholas Denyer, Fellow of Trinity College, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, UK.

‘I  hope for your volume all the success it deserves! Bien cordialement à vous.’

Quentin Meillassoux, Professor of Philosophy, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France.

‘Looks terrific! Well done! How far can the relationship between “philosophy” and the “brain” be pursued?’

Rex Butler, Art critic at University of Queensland, Australia.

‘Many thanks for your extremely interesting – and generous – review of the Norton Anthology of English Literature.  It was very helpful to have your perspective.’

Stephen Greenblatt, Cogan Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University, USA.

‘Avello is a unique and innovative platform for engaged thinking. At a time when scholarly communication has become increasingly specialized and expensive— by way of the standard subscription model inherited from the print era — this journal instead encourages truly interdisciplinary collaboration and the open exchange of ideas.’

David Gunkel, Editor of the International Journal of Žižek Studies & Presidential Professor at Northern Illinois University, USA.

‘Mr. Speaker wishes you every success in your endeavours’

Peter Barratt, Secretary to RT Hon John Bercow, Mr. Speaker of the House of Commons, UK.

‘Your Journal appears to encompass a wide range of philosophical views, which brings a breath of fresh air to the world of philosophy. I would like to wish you well with the Journal.’

RT Hon Micheal Gove MP, Chief Whip & Parliamentary Secretary to Her Majesty’s Treasury, UK.



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