ISSN (Print) 0353-5738
ISSN (Online) 2334-8577
Philosophy and Society is a peer reviewed, open access academic journal established in 1987 and published quarterly by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. The journal was founded by members of the Belgrade ‘Praxis School’. The journal strives to cover and present key tendencies of contemporary theory and, at the same time, to encourage research in studies of philosophy and the humanities. Philosophy and Society has always welcomed contributions from established international academics: from the first issue, which contained the articles of A. Wellmer and R. Bernstin, to the most recent volumes with contributions from T. Scanlon, O. Höffe, J.L. Marion, J. Butler, H. Brunkhorst, K. R. Westphal, H. B. Schmid, D. Zahavi, P. Cobben, and other renowned philosophers.
Issues of the journal are indexed, with full text or abstracts, in the following databases:
Articles appearing in the journal are indexed in:
ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences)
ProQuest (relevant databases)
Philosophy and Society publishes:
– Research articles that present an original scientific contribution (of a maximum 60,000 characters) or survey articles (of a maximum 40,000 characters)
– Book reviews of new and relevant scientific publications (of a maximum 20,000 characters)
– Editorials and Critiques (of a maximum 20,000 characters)
– Thematic issues defined by guest editors
Every submitted article is subjected to a double blind peer review process.
Authors are obliged to follow the instruction for authors.
Papers submitted for potential publication is accepted throughout the year.
If the paper does not satisfy basic scientific standards, the editorial board reserves the right to reject the paper without further review.
The publication of the journal is financially subsidized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.
Papers published in the journal cannot be reprinted either in part or in their entirety without proper reference.