We would like to invite researchers in the field of Philosophy to publish their papers in The Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities: Philosophica. ISSN: 1805-3742
The Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities is an interdisciplinary and comparison-oriented academic journal in English published by the Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc, the Czech Republic. The Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities is a standard peer-reviewed journal with a strong academic board. The journal is published twice a year with each issue dedicated to a specific field of research. For details please go to: http://csjh.upol.cz/
The Department of Philosophy has published two volumes of The Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities: Philosophica I/2011 and Philosophica II/2013 thus far.
Submissions for Philosophica are accepted in the English language (exceptionally also in other languages, based upon agreement with the editor). The submission of a paper will be taken to imply that it is unpublished and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
The maximum length of the article should not exceed 8000 words including notes. Submission must provide both the full-text and the abstract in English (200 words) and 5 key words.
All submitted articles are reviewed by two independent reviewers. The author's brief biography, contact details and affiliation are required.
The author will receive a letter within two months informing whether the paper is accepted or rejected.
For footnotes, please use the Chicago Manual of Style
The submission deadline for Philosophica IV/2018 is March 31, 2017. The issue will be published at the latest in Spring 2018.
Articles submitted for publication should be sent to the editor: email@example.com
Content of back issues:
Petr Slováček: Corporeal Form and the Human Soul in Thomas Aquinas’ Work
Miroslav Hanke: “…ergo Socrates est species.” Marginalia to the history of one paralogism
Jan Čížek: The Teachings of Petr Chelčický and Its Reception in the Tradition of Czech Philosophical Thought
Vlastimil Vohánka & Pavla Vohánková: On Nihilism Driven by the Magnitude of the Universe
Javier Aguirre: Plato’s Sophist and the Aristotelian being
Jan Herůfek: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and the Christian Kabbalah
Erwin Schadel: Kepler as a Theorist of Music. His Geometrical Presentation of Basic Intervals Explained in the Perspective of Onto-Harmonical Integrality
Gabriela Matulová: Cambridge Platonists and their reaction to Thomas Hobbes
Xabier Insausti: Krause, Hegel y Kant en la España Decimonónica
Ivan Moďoroši: Theosophy as the highest science for Vladimir Solovyov
Filip Tvrdý: Experimental Philosophy
Marek Szilvasi: Procitne Evropa? Myšlenky o programu jedné světové velmoci na sklonku věku její politické absence
Jan Štěpán: Critique of Pragmatic Reasoning
Zuzana Rybáříková: To be the value of a bound variable is to be or sometimes also not to be
Iva Balavajderová: The Religious Dimension of Jewish Political Thought
Petr Vodešil: The Republican Concept of Liberty in the Context of Locke’s Second Treatise of Government
Hana Dobiášová: Similarities in the Approaches of J. S. Mill and T. G. Masaryk to a Free Society
Martin Jabůrek: Death and Philosophy from the pre-Socratics to Heidegger
Ivan Blecha: Figuren, Orte und die Segmentierung des Kontinuums
Marek Petrů: Sommes-nous libres de nous changer?
Giannis Stamatellos: Eternity in Plotinus
Maria Protopapas-Marneli : La Notion de Luxe (polyteleia) selon les Cyniques et les Stoïciens : Le Personnage d´Héraclès
Valery Petroff: Bede’s Eschatology and the Natural Philosophy of His Time
Gabriela Kurylewicz: In Search of the Unity of Contemplative and Active Life: Thomas Aquinas’ Theory of Music
Manuel C. Ortiz de Landázuri: The Question of Moral Evil in Plato’s Republic
Elisabeth Blum: Tolle – Lege: St. Augustine and the Oracle of Hermes of the Marketplace
András Kraft: A Nominalist Deliverance from Error: On al-Ghazālī’s Concept of Modality
Walter Seitter: The Mathematical-Poetic Renaissance in Austria (Johannes von Gmunden, Georg von Peuerbach, Regiomontanus, Conrad Celtis)
Paul Richard Blum: Philosophizing with Past Thinkers: The Historical Dimension of Philosophical Problems
Petr Vodešil: Liberty in the Work of Edmund Burke
Filip Tvrdý: Anti-Scientism, Conceptual Analysis and High-End Science Journalism
Dominika Jacyk: The Identity of Philosophy of Psychology. Certain Remarks on the Value of Philosophical Considerations for Psychological Deliberations.
Vladimír Vodička: Darwin’s Genuine Heir: An Appraisal of Alex Rosenberg’s Contribution to the Philosophy of Biology
Petra Vašková: The Philosophy of Deception