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Balkan Journal of Philosophy
Balkan Journal of Philosophy

Publishing House: Институт по философия и социология при БАН
Subject(s): History, Philosophy
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 1313-888X
Online-ISSN: 2367-5438
Status: Active

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  • 2022
  • 2023
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  • Issue No. 1/IV
  • Issue No. 2/IV
  • Issue No. 1/V
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  • Issue No. 1/VI
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  • Issue No. 1/XI
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Short Description

Published under the auspices of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the Balkan Journal of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed international periodical, academic in spirit and wide-ranging in its potential readership. Its readers will primarily include professional philosophers in the Balkan region. In addition, it will appeal to scientists and scholars from different fields who maintain a significant interest in philosophy and in multi-disciplinary research involving philosophy.

The aim of the Journal is to publish high-quality papers on the most current problems and discussions in philosophy. No philosophical field or expertise is excluded a priori. Special attention will be devoted, however, to the treatment of these problems in the Balkans and south-eastern Europe, and to their influence on the development of philosophy in this region. The Balkan region has undergone great changes during the last two decades, both political and cultural, and this has affected the tenor of philosophical debates also. It is timely, therefore, and highly necessary to provide a forum for different philosophical voices and traditions in south-eastern Europe. The Balkan Journal of Philosophy aims to be such a forum and to publish papers that will serve as inspiration for further philosophical investigations.

The Balkan Journal of Philosophy will publish original papers, in English. There will be two issues per year, each of which will contain no more than ten papers. One of these issues will be devoted to a thematic topic while the other will be without thematic limits. Submissions for publication will be assessed through a double-blind review process. One of the first tasks of the journal is to become a refereed publication in international authoritative editions like the Philosopher’s Index.

Editorial board

Editor in Chief:

Vesselin Petrov (Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge—BAS, Bulgaria)


Editorial board:

Marin Aiftincä (Institute of Philosophy and Psychology, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Bucharest, Romania)

Marina Bakalova (Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge—BAS, Bulgaria)

Pavo Bariši (University of Split, Croatia)

William Desmond (National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland)

Ina Dimitrova (University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria)

Dimitri Ginev (SU “St. Kl. Ohridski,” Sofia, Bulgaria)

Lilia Gurova (New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

Rosen Lutskanov (Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge—BAS, Bulgaria)

Helmut Maaẞen (University of Dusseldorf, Germany)

Olga Markič (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Nenad Mišĉevic (University of Maribor, Slovenia)

Slobodan Nešković (University Business Academy in Novi Sad, Serbia)

John Norton (University of Pittsburgh, USA

Roberto Poli (University of Trento, Italy)

Stathis Psillos (University of Athens, Greece)

Athanassios Raftopoulos (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)

Silvia Serafimova (Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge—BAS, Bulgaria)

Christo Todorov (New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

Bogdana Todorova (Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge—BAS, Bulgaria)

Michel Weber (Centre for Philosophical Practice, Brussels, Belgium)

Çafer Yaran (University of Istanbul, Turkey)


English Coordinator:

Joseph Petek (Claremont, USA)