ISSN: 2784 – 2002 ISSN-L: 2784-2002
Volume 1, Number 1, Sept 2021
Volume 2, Issue 1, Feb 2022
MINERVA – Journal of History and Philosophy is an open access online journal published twice a year by the Publishing House of the Romania de Maine Foundation. All articles are double blind-refereed. We publish contributions of the romanian and international scholars presenting their original research in History & Philosophy as well as interdisciplinary and comparative studies engaging other disciplines in humanities.
We publish papers in English and Italian having the following themes: (1) Articles, Studies and Treatises; (2) Review Articles and Polemics; (3) Debates and Interviews; (4) Teaching Philosophy, Philosophy of Teaching, and Lecturing; (5) Obituaries and Memories; (6) Book Review Notes, Reports, Announcements and Invitations.
INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD
President of the editorial board: GHEORGHE VLĂDUȚESCU, Romanian Academy
- ALEXANDRINA CERNOV, honorary member of the Romanian Academy
- ALESSANDRO DENTI, University of Rome Three
- VIORICA MOISUC, Ovidius University, Constanța
- IOAN N. ROȘCA, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest
- CONSTANTIN STOENESCU, University of Bucharest
- MELINA ALLEGRO, Istituto TESEO, Italy
- STEFANO AMODIO, Istituto TESEO, Italy
- ALEXANDRA RADU, Istituto TESEO, Italy
- TRAIAN LAURENȚIU HRISTEA, Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Mongolia
- MARIAN ZIDARU, Andrei Șaguna University, Constanța
- ACSINTE DOBRE, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest
Aimes and scope. The Editors of the journal invite scholarly studies in history and philosophy and papers reporting the on-going debates in contemporary philosophy and historical studies, representing various currents in historic and philosophical inquiry, including analytic and european or worldwide traditions and comparative perspectives. Moreover, in the scope of our interest there are interdisciplinary papers undertaking historical and philosophical problems in terms of other scientific disciplines. We also publish polemical papers, responses and interviews, book reviews from professional historians, philosophers, postgraduate students or Ph.D students. Besides, we are open to critical and innovative suggestions concerning teaching methods and the purposes of up-to-date historical and philosophical education.
Indexing. The Editors provide immediate open access to the content of the Journal on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The online form is considered as the reference version of the Journal.
Publishing ethics. The Editors strive to meet the high standards defined in the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors promoted by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
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