Call for papers: Special issues in 2024

Posted: 20.03.2023

Special issue theme (01/2024): «Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy».

Our academic journal aims at the study of philosophical traditions of different cultural and religious genesis. For years it has published studies on philosophical doctrines formed in the Christian and Muslim traditions, doctrines presented in schools of Indian and Chinese philosophical thought.
The special issue will be dedicated to a study of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy in its various forms, from the "original" Indian to Chinese and Tibetan-Mongolian ones. The particular attention is given to the study of the genesis and development of the basic concepts of Mahayana Buddhism, the analysis of classical works, philosophical schools and directions of Mahayana Buddhism.
The issue's editor is V.G. Lysenko, leading expert on the history of Buddhist philosophy, head of the Philosophy of the East Sector of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Sciences in Philosophy.
Articles (up to 40 000 characters) in Russian or English will be accepted until November 1, 2023.


Special issue theme (02/2024): «Kant in Russia».

We invite you to publish scientific articles for this issue, devoted to the study of various aspects of the presence of Kant’s thought in the philosophical and cultural space of Russia.
The issue's editor is the leading researcher of the work of I. Kant Prof. A.N. Kruglov.
Articles (up to 40 000 characters) in Russian or English will be accepted until February 1, 2024.


Special issue theme (03/2024): «Post-Neokantianism».

The issue will be devoted to the problems of the revival of systematic transcendental philosophy, the study of its recent past and continuity in critical philosophy. Questions about the heritage of transcendental thinking and the potential of its renewal for the actual problems of our time are proposed for discussion.
The issue's editor is one of the leading experts in post-neokantian philosophy, professor at the University of Vienna K.W. Zeidler.
Articles (up to 40 000 characters) in Russian or English will be accepted until May 1, 2024.

Special issue theme (04/2024): «Experimental Philosophy».

The issue will be devoted to both various topical problems of modern experimental philosophy and the history of the formation of this philosophical direction.
The issue's editors are Natalia Zaitseva and Dmitry Zaitsev (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia).
Articles (up to 40 000 characters) in Russian or English will be accepted until August 1, 2024



RUDN Journal of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic journal. The journal is included to the lists of Russian Index of Science Citation, and Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation. The journal has a great number of works by influential Russian and foreign scholars in various philosophical disciplines — history of philosophy, ontology, epistemology, social philosophy, ethics — and related fields. The articles are published both in Russian and in English.

We will be glad to hear from you and to accept your articles!


Vladimir Belov, Editor-in-Chief

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