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Philosophy World Democracy journal - Varia

Philosophy World Democracy - Varia

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Published on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

Born of a common set of intentions that emerged “from the four corners of the world”, the project of this journal responds to the desire to make or create “space” to and for thought. And since thought can only be said “thought” on the condition that it becomes the “thought of all” - and not, therefore, the exclusive (private) property of some - Philosophy World Democracy must be an accessible, international and, therefore, multilingual journal. Thus, one of the objectives of our project will be to “multiply” these “four corners of the world” from which this project was initially conceived. Philosophy World Democracy will therefore have to be a space of unconditiona welcome - of hospitality, therefore - both for writing and for reading, beyond any attempt to prioritize thought to which it is too often subjected today.

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Born of a common set of intentions that emerged "from the four corners of the world", the project of this journal responds to the desire to make or create " space " to and for thought. And since thought can only be said "thought" on the condition that it becomes the "thought of all" - and not, therefore, the exclusive (private) property of some - Philosophy World Democracy must be an accessible, international and, therefore, multilingual journal. Thus, one of the objectives of our project will be to "multiply" these "four corners of the world" from which this project was initially conceived.

Philosophy World Democracy will therefore have to be a space of unconditiona welcome - of hospitality, therefore - both for writing and for reading, beyond any attempt to prioritize thought to which it is too often subjected today.

In doing so, we encourage proposals for publication from all those who, due to academic, social,political and/or geopolitical exclusion criteria, see their thinking relegated to indifference, or even to silence.

Your publication proposals

We invite you to send us your proposals to the following e-mailaddress: benedetta.todaro@gmail.com

before 2020, December 31th.

We will publish sophisticated, complex and specialized contributions that will also be accessible to the general public interested in the contemporary world and all its facets and perspectives.

1) A first possibility is to shorten and rewrite an already published scholarly article according to our criteria:

  • readability: please avoid the hermetic discourse and implicit knowledge shared by the"enlightened few",
  • topicality: please touch upon and deal with issues that concern us all,
  • brevity: please keep it short, although longer essays will always be considered and possibly reworked appropriately (if necessary) while working with the authors.

2) The second possibility is to write a new essay on an issue that is topical from our journal’s point of view. In this situation, you can prepare a draft paper that includes bullet points of the planned discussion, and we will get back to you with our thoughts, wishes, or recommendations.

For further ideas and suggestions (if, for example, you are considering submitting a podcast or interview instead), please contact us.Philosophy World Democracy is a multilingual journal - we welcome articles in all languages.

If you would like to submit an essay in a language not spoken by one of our editors or editorial board members,please contact us and we will see how we can help you.

http://philosophy-world-democracy.org/

Editorial board

  • Mireille Delmas-Marty,
  • Zeynep Direk,
  • Divya Dwivedi,
  • Achilles Mbembe,
  • Shaj Mohan,
  • Jean-Luc Nancy,
  • Benedetta Todaro;

Editor

  • Divya Dwivedi ;

Associate editors

  • Ivana Perica (Zagreb),
  • Aarushi Punia (New Delhi),
  • Daniel J. Smith (Pennsylvania),
  • Benedetta Todaro (Paris),
  • Yotetsu Tonaki (Tokyo) ;

Scientific committee

  • Robert Bernasconi,
  • Anne Cheng,
  • Meena Dhanda,
  • Federico Ferrari,
  • Nicolas Idier,
  • Laurence Joseph,
  • Osamu Nishitani,
  • Marcia Sa Cavalcante Schuback,
  • Romila Thapar,
  • Juan Manuel Garrido Wainer,
  • Robert J.C. Young.

Date(s)

  • Thursday, December 31, 2020

Contact(s)

  • Benedetta Todaro
    courriel : benedetta [dot] todaro [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Benedetta Todaro
    courriel : benedetta [dot] todaro [at] gmail [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« Philosophy World Democracy journal - Varia », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, https://calenda.org/800678

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