Philosophia Mathematica, the only (and hence, the) journal on philosophy of mathematics, is now being published/distributed by Oxford University Press (for cooperation with the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics/Société canadienne d’histoire et de philosophie des mathématiques. That means, in particular, that it’s now (finally!) available online. The latest issue (February 2005) even seems to be available for free; it contains three interesting essays on category theory by Colin McLarty, Stewart Shapiro and my colleague Elaine Landry‘s “Category Theory Manifesto” (joint with Jean-Pierre Marquis), plus reviews of Calixto Badesa’s book on Löwenheim and Skolem, Charles Chihara’s newest book on structuralism in math, and Dennis Hesseling’s book on Brouwer. Hopefully they’ll add previosu issues to the archive, too.