CALL FOR PAPERS
The Journal of Islamic Philosophy is now accepting submissions for upcoming issues. The journal is interested in papers on both ancient and modern Islamic philosophical topics. The emphasis is upon creating a link between traditional Islamic philosophy and contemporary philosophy. The following guide provides the scope of specialized figures and topics.
Topics and issues:
Important Muslim philosophers / thinkers:
Asharism and Maturidism
Philosophy of Education
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Science
Sufism and Philosophy
Women and Philosophy
Abu Bakr al-Rāzī
Fakhr al-dīn al-Rāzī
Shah Wali Allah
Other influential philosophers / thinkers, as they relate to,
or in comparison with Islamic philosophy:
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Please include a 200 to 300 word abstract, as online philosophy search databases contain only abstracts and not the complete work. Click here for more information on writing a good abstract.
List of key terms in the article. (optional)
Submissions are welcome from anyone working in the field: professors, scholars, students. Submissions may be of any reasonable length (under forty pages), and must meet professional and academic standards, suitable for publication.
Please include complete citations in embedded footnotes; bibliographies are not included, so footnotes must be complete. English is strongly preferred.
Articles should be submitted in Gentium font with transliterations as necessary. The Gentium font is an open-source font and works on both PCs and Macs. Font may be downloaded from: http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=Gentium_download
The Journal of Islamic Philosophy reserves the right to make necessary editorial and design changes for publication.
All submissions must be sent by email in digital file format per guidelines below.
Digital File Format:
Submissions should be sent in Microsoft word format. Please make sure that it is
either in .doc format or
rtf if you are using any other software to compose your article.
Submissions should be sent in Microsoft word format. Please make sure that it is either in .doc format or rtf if you are using any other software to compose your article.
Please DO NOT SUBMIT files in Microsoft's .docx format. (This is a new format that is in MS office 2007/2008 for Macs.)
If there are any questions regarding format and style, please email the editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
A reader is needed for Word files and it is available free of charge from Microsoft.
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