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The Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence

Call for Guest-Editors : Volume III, Issue I. 2019

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Published on Friday, June 22, 2018


The Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence is looking for a Guest-Editor for its May 2019 issue. Preferred topics are : (1) violence and technology; (2) philosophical perspectives on modern wars; (3) reflections on conflict and violence pertaining to the work of a modern western philosopher. 



The Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence (PJCV) is devoted to fostering discussion at the interface of philosophy, psychiatry, psychology, anthropology and political theory. The journal welcomes original articles providing philosophical insights about topics such as conflict, war, crime, and aggression. The PJCV encompasses contributions from the history of philosophy to more interdisciplinary studies. Specifically, the main ambition of the journal is to form a database on the conceptual, metaphysical, ethical and epistemological issues related to past and contemporary phenomena of violence. The PJCV is double blind peer reviewed and published bi-annually in May and December. In order to avoid thematic fuzziness, each issue will begin with a focus section featuring contributions addressing a specific topic. The subjects are announced in advance in each issue’s call for papers. Besides, the open section of the journal provides a place for general contributions on conflict and violence. The editors encourage critical discussions involving a wide range of disciplines. The requirements are clarity of expression and rigorous argumentation. PJCV welcomes submissions throughout the year on subjects related to the scope of the journal (non-binding to special issues): philosophy, psychiatry, psychology, anthropology, political theory, conflict, war, crime, aggression, etc.

Submission Guidelines

Prospective Guest-Editors should contact Andreas Wilmes (andreas.wilmes@trivent-publishing.eu) and Teodora Artimon (teodora.artimon@trivent-publishing.eu) by no later than the 30th of June 2018. In your e-mail, please state :

(1) your current academic position and affiliations;

(2) your provisional topic or title for the journal issue;

(3) a brief explanation of your expertise in this field of study;

(4) a concise note (100-500 words) on your editorial project and its feasability. 

You will receive a receipt acknowledgement message and be informed about the editorial's board decision by the beginning of July. 

Editorial Information

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Andreas Wilmes, Centre de Recherche sur les Liens Sociaux - University Paris-Descartes (France)

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Joan-Antoine Mallet, University Paul-Valéry (Montpellier III) Robert Manning, Quincy University  Claudiu Mesaros, West University of Timisoara

ADVISORY BOARD: Jeremiah Alberg, International Christian University, Tokyo (Japan) Sandrine Baume, University of Lausanne (Switzerland) Luc-Etienne de Boyer, Lycée Camille Claudel, Digoin (France) Elisabetha Brighi, University of Westminster, London (United Kingdom) Antonio Cerella, Kingston University, London (United Kingdom) Virgil Ciomoș, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Emanuel Copilaș, West University of Timisoara (Romania) Grégory Cormann, University of Liège (Belgium) David Dawson, University of Aberdeen (Scotland) Greg McCreery, University of South Florida (United States of America) Paul Dumouchel, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto (Japan) Denis Forest, University Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I) (France) Mihaela Frunză, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) David Goa, University of Alberta (Canada) Pierre Guenancia, University of Bourgogne, Dijon (France) Vicente de Haro Romo, Universidad Panamericana (México) Cristian Iftode, University of Bucharest (Romania) Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer, Institute for Strategic Research (France) Samuel Lepine, University Jean-Moulin (Lyon III) (France) Florin Lobont, West University of Timisoara (Romania) Michela Marzano, University Paris-Descartes (Paris V) (France) Julie Mazaleigue-Labaste, University Panthéon Sorbonne (CNRS, Paris I) Basarab Nicolescu, University Pierre et Marie Curie (CNRS, Paris VI) Wolfgang Palaver, University of Innsbruck (Austria) Jean-Luc Périllé, University Paul-Valéry (Montpellier III) (France) Patrick Singy, New York Union College (United States of America) Mihai Spariosu, University of Georgia (United States of America) Laurenţiu Staicu, University of Bucharest (Romania) Thomas Sturm, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) Michel Terestchenko, University Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) Raphaël Verchère, University Claude-Bernard (Lyon I) (France)


  • Etele ut 59-61
    Budapest, Hungary (H-119)


  • Saturday, June 30, 2018


  • Violence; Conflict; Technology; Modern Philosophy


  • Andreas Wilmes
    courriel : andreas [dot] wilmes [at] trivent-publishing [dot] eu

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  • Andreas Wilmes
    courriel : andreas [dot] wilmes [at] trivent-publishing [dot] eu


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