MOVING TO FRONT FROM YESTERDAY--300 VOTES SO FAR, LET'S GET ANOTHER 300!
Here. The results may just track the distribution of areas of expertise in the profession, we'll see. But all the talk about citation networks based on four leading "general" (or fairly general) journals made me wonder how journals like Nous etc. would fare when up against Ethics, Journal of the History of Philosophy, etc.
UPDATE: As invariably happens, readers identify journals that could have been reasonably included: for example, Phronesis, Hypatia, and Dialectica. While I doubt any of those would have come close to the top 20 (judging from how the results are developing), it's certainly right that they warranted inclusion given the ones that are there.