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Administrative Theory & Praxis (Administrative Theory & Praxis) ISSN: 1084-1806
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 2008-12-01
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Full Text: 2009-03-01 - 6 months ago
Administrative Theory & Praxis is a leading quarterly journal of critical, normative, and theoretical dialogue in public administration. As the journal of the Public Administration Theory Network, its purpose is to advance knowledge and stimulate new thought in public administration. ATP seeks innovative, rigorous scholarship that critically examines emerging and enduring topics in public administration theory; explores the intersection of public administration and broader social, economic, cultural, political, and historical issues; introduces to the field new theories, frameworks, and literatures that illuminate matters of public administration; develops challenging, thought-provoking normative, ethical, and philosophical arguments about the field; or otherwise seeks to explore and possibly transcend the limits of existing public administration theory and practice. ATP is open to a wide-range of research methodologies and approaches that evidence these sensibilities. We encourage communication with the editors about possible manuscripts, symposia, book reviews, or dialogue and commentary.
Bioethics ISSN: 0269-9702
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Full Text: 1998-01-01 - 12 months ago
As medical technology continues to develop the subject of bioethics has an ever increasing practical relevance for all those working in philosophy medicine law sociology public policy education and related fields. Bioethics provides a forum for well-argued articles on the ethical questions raised by current issues such as: international collaborative clinical research in developing countries organ transplants and xenotransplantation ageing and the human lifespan AIDS the Human Genome Project and its implications and embryonic stem cell research. These questions are considered on the basis of concrete ethical legal and policy problems or in terms of the fundamental concepts principles and theories used in discussions of such problems. Bioethics also features regular Background Briefings on important current debates in the field. These feature articles provide excellent material for bioethics scholars teachers and students alike.
ERCES : Online Quarterly Review ISSN: 1811-9123
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Full Text: 2004 - present
The Online Quarterly Review of Crime, Ethics and Social Philosophy, a new interdisciplinary international journal, is the official journal of the European & International Research Group on Crime, Ethics and Social Philosophy (ERCES). ERCES was founded as a satellite of the European Society of Criminology. ERCES’s mission and objectives are closely linked with the ESC while developing its own independence and autonomy.
Ethic@ : an International Journal for Moral Philosophy ISSN: 1677-2954
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Full Text: 2002 - present
ethic@, a publication of the Núcleo de Ética e Filosofia Política - Federal University of Santa Catarina -, aims at publishing top quality and cutting edge papers (articles, reviews, interviews, etc.) in the field of modern and contemporary moral philosophy.
Ethical Theory & Moral Practice ISSN: 1386-2820
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Full Text: 2003-03-01 - 12 months ago
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice: An International Forum is a peer-reviewed journal which creates a new worldwide forum for the best work produced in a plurality of philosophical traditions such as analytic philosophy phenomenology neo-Kantian neo-Hegelian and neo-Aristotelian traditions. Apart from mainstream contributions the journal also introduces work originating in less well known European philosophical cultures and traditions which so far has not attracted international attention. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice seeks interdisciplinary cooperation between ethics and empirical disciplines such as medicine economics sociology and law. It recognises that distinctions between theory and practice are to a large extent artificial. The journal therefore aims to publish theoretically relevant 'practical' ethics and practically relevant 'theoretical' ethics. The journal also encourages contributions which address the relationships between moral belief and views of life.
Ethics ISSN: 0014-1704
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Full Text: 1992-01-01 - 12 months ago
Founded in 1890, Ethics is an international journal of moral, political, and legal philosophy. It publishes work from disciplines that have a normative dimension, including philosophy, law, economics, and social and political theory.
Ethics, Place & Environment ISSN: 1366-879X
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Full Text: 1998-10-01 - 12 months ago
Discontinued in 2010. Continued by Ethics, Policy & Environment (2155-0085). Ethics, Place and Environment provides a forum for the publication of research and scholarship on all aspects of geographical and environmental ethics. The journal's title provides an indication of its focus on all aspects of geographical and environmental ethics. The use of the word 'place' highlights geographers' concerns with the interaction between peoples and environments that creates particular places. 'Environment' is used in a very broad sense to emphasise not only physical and biological environments, but also social and cultural environments. Geographers working on ethical issues have been concerned with a wide range of subjects, from animal rights, to questions of justice in urban society, development ethics, cartography, and the construction of cultural values.
Ethics, Policy & Environment ISSN: 2155-0085
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Full Text: 2011-01-01 - 12 months ago
Ethics, Policy & Environment offers scholarly articles, reviews, critical exchanges, and short reflections on all aspects of environmental ethics, environmental philosophy, and the normative dimensions of environmental policy. While Ethics, Policy & Environment centers on environmental ethics and policy, its substantive coverage is wider. Authors have been concerned with a range of subjects, such as applied environmental ethics, animal welfare, environmental justice, development ethics, sustainability, and cultural values relevant to environmental concerns. The journal also welcomes analyses of practical applications of environmental, energy technology, regional, and urban policies, as well as theoretically robust discussions of common arguments that appear throughout debates on environment and energy policy, either in the scholarly literature or in the broader civic sphere. Ethics, Policy & Environment is of particular relevance to a number of disciplines, including Philosophy, Environmental Studies, Public Policy, Political Science, Law, Ecology, Economics, Architecture, Geography, and Urban Planning.
Heythrop Journal ISSN: 0018-1196
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Full Text: 1997-01-01 - 12 months ago
Founded on the conviction that the disciplines of theology and philosophy have much to gain from their mutual interaction The Heythrop Journal provides a medium of publication for scholars in each of these fields and encourages interdisciplinary comment and debate. The Heythrop Journal embraces all the disciplines which contribute to theological and philosophical research notably hermeneutics exegesis linguistics history religious studies philosophy of religion sociology psychology ethics and pastoral theology. The Heythrop Journal is invaluable for scholars teachers students and general readers. Each issue contains at least four substantial articles catering for a wide range of interests with 'Notes and Comments' on issues raised by contemporary literature. The Book Review section a major feature of The Heythrop Journal provides a widely-acclaimed service to authors researchers students general readers librarians and publishers. In each volume there is a year-end index. A complete index for the first twenty-five years was published as a supplement in 1984 and a ten-year index was published in 1995. The Heythrop Journal was founded by Dr Bruno Brinkman.
International Journal of Education & Religion ISSN: 1389-9791
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Full Text: 2001-03-01 - 2003-09-01
The International Journal of Education and Religion publishes studies on religiously affiliated schools, colleges and universities. It provides an international forum for scholars across different religions and continents. The journal presents empirical research and theory relevant to religious affiliated educational institutions.The topics of the journal will touch all levels of the educational institution: the micro-level (such as religious education, moral education, teacher ethics), the meso-level (such as identity of schools, schoolethos, admission of pupils, normative school leadership, influence of parents in the schoolboard) and the macro-level (such as state politics, law, legitimization of religiously affiliated schools, relation to the churches). Many issues regarding religiously affiliated schools have a multi-dimensional character. Contributions to the journal therefore will span a range of academic disciplines, including education, pedagogy, philosophy, theology, ethics, law, sociology, and psychology. In this way the journal offers scholars to keep in touch with the perspectives of other disciplines on the same topic.
International Journal of Social Research Methodology ISSN: 1364-5579
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Full Text: 1999-01-01 - 12 months ago
A key feature of this journal is the mix of academic and theoretically-slanted methodological articles, articles relating to research practice in professional and service settings, and those considering the relationship between the two. It thus addresses an audience of researchers within academic and other research organizations as well as practitioner-researchers in the field. IJSRM provides: a focus for ongoing and emergent methodological debates across a wide range of social science disciplines and substantive interests; an international medium for the discussion of social research methodology across a range of approaches, as these relate to practical, theoretical, ethical, political, epistemological and philosophical issues; a forum for researchers and practitioner-researchers to consider methodological issues as these relate to research practice in a range of professional and service settings and sectors; a base for the dissemination of information about events and book publications in the broad field of social research. Each issue of the journal is divided into three main sections: 1. Methodology This section contains peer-reviewed 'reflective' theoretically-based papers (around 6,000 words), debating and exploring methodological issues across a range of disciplines, methodological approaches (for example, qualitative and quantitative) and substantive topics. Articles address all aspects of the research process, from conceptualization through to 'writing'. In addition, as the editors deem appropriate, overview or review articles will be commissioned from a leading author, discussing debates or the state of the art in relation to an area of research methodology. 2. Practice This section contains shorter pieces from both academics and practitioner-researchers (around 3,000 words) concerned with the application of research methodology among a range of professional and service sectors (for example, action research and practitioner research), as well as the teaching of social research methodology and practice. These papers are subject to peer (academic and/or practitioner-researcher) or editorial review, as appropriate. 3. Information This section contains reports on, and notices of forthcoming, methodologically-related conferences and events, as well as reviews of books concerned with social research methodology. These are subject to editorial review.
International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity Studies ISSN: 1309-8063
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Full Text: 2009 - present
As an international and multi-disciplinary publication, primary purpose of the International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity Studies (IJ-SSHS) is to provide an outlet for scholarship in all sub-areas of social sciences, including economics, business, management, law, political science, sociology, philosophy, ethics etc. The International Journal of Social Sciences (IJ-SSHS) is a peer-reviewed social science journal. The Journal is biannual and most of the papers are based on selected papers from the annual International Conference on Social Sciences. IJ-SSHS invites high quality submissions in fields of the social sciences. Contributions based on original research and employing a comparative international approach are particularly encouraged. Currently, only papers accepted for the International Conference on Social Sciences are published in the International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity Studies (IJ-SSHS).
International Journal of Systematic Theology ISSN: 1463-1652
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Full Text: 1999-03-01 - 12 months ago
Systematic theology is at the leading edge of contemporary academic theology both in North America and Britain. The discipline which is concerned with the constructive articulation of the meaning coherence and implications of Christian claims has undergone a remarkable transformation in the last two decades and is now firmly established as a central area of teaching and research. Until now no English-language journal has focused on making available high-calibre constructive Christian theology. The International Journal of Systematic Theology will be devoted to publishing the best new work in the discipline and to reviewing major new works of scholarship. The international editorial team is supported by an editorial board composed of leading North American British and European systematic theologians. The Editorial Board is: broad-based and international composed both of leading figures in the discipline in Britain North American and Europe and of significant younger scholars. composed of those who have commitment to and enthusiasm for the ethos of IJST intentionally diverse to ensure representation of the different academic and ecclesial communities with a strong commitment to the revival of systematic theology. Call for Papers International Journal of Systematic Theology aims to publish articles of the highest quality in the area of constructive Christian theology. Its core concern is the articulation of Christian belief both in terms of its inner content and its implications for the wider sphere of culture. The journal is particularly interested in contributions which discuss substantive rather than methodological issues. Although doctrine is thus the primary concern the journal on occasion publishes articles treating the doctrinal aspects of historical theology ethics and philosophy of religion.
International Journal of the Legal Profession ISSN: 0969-5958
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Full Text: 1999-03-01 - 12 months ago
International Journal of the Legal Profession is an academic journal addressing the organization, structure, management and infrastructure of the legal professions of the common law and civil law world. The journal encompasses studies of the work, work practices, skills and ethics of the legal profession as well as the internal management of law firms and chambers. It also considers the methods and extent of provision of legal services. A range of socio-legal information is included involving inter-disciplinary interest from academic and professional lawyers, economists, philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists and business academics interested in the world of law and lawyers. Major changes are occurring in the legal professions of America, Europe and Australasia. The profession has become much more open for study and accountability to the public and to government. Academic interest has grown over recent years and study of the legal profession is now well respected and represented within law departments. Scholars have begun to view law as an interesting area of study and lawyers, without any internal methodology for assessing and measuring their work or value, have welcomed the outside interest. International Journal of the Legal Profession considers these issues at an academic level, but also provides strategic solutions emanating from its literature. It is therefore of interest to theorists within law firms as well as academia.
Isegoría ISSN: 1130-2097
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Full Text: 1990 - present
ISEGORÍA is a biannual Journal of Moral and Political Philosophy edited by the Institute of Philosophy (Spanish National Research Council) since 1990. Its thematic areas include: ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of right, philosophy of history, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, analytical philosophy, sociology, economy, ecology, feminism and everything which pertains to theories and praxis of human action.
Journal for General Philosophy of Science ISSN: 0925-4560
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Full Text: 1997-12-01 - 12 months ago
The Journal for General Philosophy of Science is a forum for the discussion of a variety of attitudes concerning the philosophy of science. It has as its subject matter the philosophical especially methodological ontological epistemological anthropological and ethical foundations of the individual sciences. Particular emphasis is laid on bringing both the natural the cultural and the technical sciences into a philosophical context within which the historical presuppositions and conditions of the current problems of the philosophy of science are also included in the discussion. The Journal for General Philosophy of Science has been successful in its attempt to serve as a forum that bridges the gap between the different sciences especially the natural cultural and social sciences. One of its purposes is to discuss and contrast the common as well as the different specific methodological and philosophical foundations of the individual sciences taking into account all currently relevant positions of the philosophy of science. In recent years considerable insight has been gained into the problems of current philosophy of science by considering the historical dimension of the sciences. This is why more intensive efforts will be made in the future towards the integration of historical and systematic considerations. The journal contains: articles discussions reports on the state of the philosophy of science in individual countries reviews a bibliography of the major journals in the field of the history and philosophy of science. The journal is of interest to philosophers especially philosophers of science as well as to scholars from the field of the natural cultural social and technical sciences who are interested in becoming aware of the philosophical implications of their disciplines and in being stimulated by the transfer of methods leading ideas concepts and theories from other fields.
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies ISSN: 1583-0039
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Full Text: 2002 - present
J.S.R.I. is an international publication of the Seminar for the Interdisciplinary Research of Religions and Ideologies. It is a peer-review academic publication intended for professors and young researchers interested in the study of religions and ideologies. J.S.R.I. encourages interdisciplinary approaches engaging the following domains: interreligious dialogue, philosophy of religions, political philosophy and political science, ethics, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, educational science and communications theory. Proposals from other related spheres of research can be submitted to the editors. J.S.R.I. is an open-access journal published on the internet, with three issues per year. The languages in which materials can be published are English and Romanian.
Journal of Ethics ISSN: 1382-4554
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Full Text: 2003-04-01 - 12 months ago
The Journal of Ethics: An International Philosophical Review seeks to publish articles on a wide range of topics in ethics philosophically construed including such areas as ethical theory moral social political and legal philosophy. Although The Journal of Ethics is primarily an organ of philosophical research it publishes work on topics of concern to academics and professionals in a wide range of fields.
Journal of Genocide Research ISSN: 1462-3528
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Full Text: 1999-03-01 - 12 months ago
Journal of Genocide Research promotes an interdisciplinary and comparative approach to the study of genocide. Genocide has reared its head numerous times throughout the twentieth century. Genocidal thought and action have found many opportunities to assault targeted groups and endanger their existence. These repeated attempts at annihilation pose some of the more perplexing questions of the modern age warranting systematic, scholarly investigation. Journal of Genocide Research devotes itself exclusively to focusing on this troublesome phenomenon that promises to re-occur well into the twenty-first century. Journal of Genocide Research is designed to serve as an international forum for a broad spectrum of scholars: theologians, philosophers, jurists, moralists, ethicists, political scientists and, of course, historians. Given the contemporary resurgence of extreme ethnic conflict throughout the world, Journal of Genocide Research will allot considerable space to this potentially genocidal danger as well as to the serious problems it poses politicians, diplomats and policy makers who seek to predict and prevent genocide. Journal of Genocide Research will place considerable emphasis on three areas to further genocide research: theory, methodology and the comparative approach. There is still much to explore about the psychology and logic of genocidal thinking and the motives underlying genocidal behavior. Scholarly tools employed in unravelling all aspects of genocide still need considerable honing and creative application. Employment of comparison as a primary way of clarifying problems of genocide has a long way to go - the tendency to examine genocides in isolation is still much too prevalent. One direction in which the Journal of Genocide Research will steer is towards discouraging studies of individual genocides in isolation from other incidents of genocide in the belief that specificity is best attained via the recognition of differences and similarities.
Journal of Moral Philosophy ISSN: 1740-4681
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Full Text: 2004-04-01 - 12 months ago
The Journal of Moral Philosophy is a peer reviewed journal of moral, political and legal philosophy with an international focus. It publishes articles in all areas of normative philosophy, including pure and applied ethics, as wellas moral, legal, and political theory. Articles exploring non-Western traditions are also welcome. It seeks to promote lively discussions and debates for established academics and the wider community by publishing articles that avoid unnecessary jargon without sacrificing academic rigour. It encourages contributions from newer members of the philosophical community. The Journal of Moral Philosophy is published three times a year, in April, July and November. One issue per year will be devoted to a particular theme. Each issue will contain articles, discussion pieces, review essays and book reviews. One issue per year will be devoted to a particular theme.
Journal of Philosophy of Education ISSN: 0309-8249
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Full Text: 1998-03-01 - 12 months ago
Journal of Philosophy of Education publishes articles representing a wide variety of philosophical traditions. They vary from examination of fundamental philosophical issues in their connection with education to detailed critical engagement with current educational practice or policy from a philosophical point of view. The journal aims to promote rigorous thinking on educational matters and to identify and criticise the ideological forces shaping education. Ethical political aesthetic and epistemological dimensions of educational theory are amongst those covered. Visit the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain's website.
Journal of Political Philosophy ISSN: 0963-8016
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Full Text: 1998-03-01 - 12 months ago
The Journal of Political Philosophy is an international journal devoted to the study of theoretical issues arising out of moral legal and political life. It welcomes and hopes to foster work cutting across a variety of disciplinary concerns among them philosophy sociology history economics and political science. The journal encourages new approaches including (but not limited to): feminism; environmentalism; critical theory post-modernism and analytical Marxism; social and public choice theory; law and economics critical legal studies and critical race studies; and game theoretic socio-biological and anthropological approaches to politics. It also welcomes work in the history of political thought which builds to a larger philosophical point and work in the philosophy of the social sciences and applied ethics with broader political implications. Featuring a distinguished editorial board from major centres of thought from around the globe the journal draws equally upon the work of non-philosophers and philosophers and provides a forum of debate between disparate factions who usually keep to their own separate journals. "In the relatively short time since it began publication The Journal of Political Philosophy has established itself as one that nobody with a serious interest in the subject can afford to do without. I already find myself citing it as often as the leading American journals in the field. It seems to me to have two special strengths. One is that it takes a broad view of the subject-matter paying particular attention to relations between political philosophy and the social sciences. The other is that its contributors do not confine themselves to addressing the rather narrow range of issues currently agitating scholars in North America." Professor Brian Barry Columbia University New York USA " The Journal of Political Philosophy publishes some of the most innovative work in the field today. Its articles are of consistently high quality." Iris Young University of Pittsburgh USA "The Journal of Political Philosophy has for several years catered for the needs of philosophers political theorists and historians of political intellect. It is unafraid of crossing the frontiers between these branches of thought. Long may it continue." J. G. A. Pocock John Hopkins University USA.
Journal of Religion ISSN: 0022-4189
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Full Text: 1990-07-01 - 12 months ago
Inaugurated by William Rainey Harper in 1882 and formerly known as The American Journal of Theology, The Journal of Religion promotes critical and systematic inquiry into the meaning and import of religion. Not limited by ideological orientation, the Journal embraces all areas of theology (biblical, historical, ethical, constructive) as well as other types of religious studies (literary, social, psychological, philosophical).
Journal of Religious Ethics ISSN: 0384-9694
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Full Text: 1975-03-01 - 12 months ago
Founded in 1973 the Journal of Religious Ethics is committed to publishing the very best scholarship in religious ethics to fostering new work in neglected areas and to stimulating exchange on significant issues. Emphasizing comparative religious ethics foundational conceptual and methodological issues in religious ethics and historical studies of influential figures and texts each issue contains independent essays commissioned articles and a book review essay as well as a Letters Notes and Comments section. Published primarily for scholars working in ethics religious studies history of religions and theology the journal is also of interest to scholars working in related fields such as philosophy history social and political theory and literary studies.
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