||The International Journal on Humanistic Ideology (IJHI) is a biannual scholarly journal devoted to the study of humanities and social sciences, the nature and origin of humanistic ideas. IJHI encourages interdisciplinary approaches engaging the following domains: philosophy, philosophy of religions, political philosophy, political science, history, history of religions, history of ideas, history of science, anthropology, sociology, educational science and communications theory. One of its primary aims is the integration of the results of the several disciplines so that its articles will have a synthetic character in order to acquaint the reader with the progress being made in the general area of socio-human studies.
The International Journal on Humanistic Ideology was established in 2008 by its founding Editor in Chief Dr. Mihaela Gligor. Since 2012, IJHI became the core periodical of the Socio-Human Research Department, “George Baritiu” History Institute of Romanian Academy, Cluj-Napoca. The articles of the journal are hosted by various international data bases, IJHI being regularly indexed and abstracted by C.E.E.O.L., EBSCO and ProQuest. The IJHI’s printing house is Cluj University Press.