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Call for Articles and Special Issues: The Kantian Journal

We are glad to notify that the Kantian Journal (ISSN 0207-6918; e-ISSN 2310-3701) now welcomes article submissions and new proposals for guest-edited special issues.

The Kantian Journal, founded in 1975 and reorganized 2018, is published by the Academia Kantiana, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. The Journal places special emphasis on contributions concerning the philosophy of Immanuel Kant in all of its aspects and across all philosophical disciplines, the studies of Neo-Kantianism and of Enlightenment philosophy, including historical and current interdisciplinary scientific perspectives. The main languages of the journal are Russian, German and English.

Contributions are accepted following a standard double-blind peer review process. The Journal also publishes book reviews and conference reports.

The Kantian Journal is published four times a year, and all articles, reviews, and reports can be accessed and downloaded for free. The Journal is indexed in the ERIH PLUS and RSCI Web of Science, among others.

For author guidelines and details on the reviewing process, please visit: https://journals.kantiana.ru/eng/kant_collection/

For downloading the newest issue, please visit: www.kant-online.ru/en/

Any further question can be addressed to:

Prof. Nina A. Dmitrieva (Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Moscow State Pedagogical University)
E-mail: NDmitrieva@kantiana.ru

Dr. Rudolf Meer (Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University)
Senior Researcher
E-mail: RMeer@kantiana.ru

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