We are pleased to announce that the new issue of Philosophy and Society (33/4) journal has been published. This issue of Philosophy and Society features two thematic sections: The Violence of War and Global Ethics and Politics of Care: Tracing Gendered Vulnerabilities. Moreover, this issue also includes original articles on “the monster dilemma,” structural criticism, the political and world-historical courage in Hegel’s philosophy, historicism and architecture, the paradigm of victimhood, and Eurocommunism from a Yugoslav perspective.
Philosophy and Society is a peer-reviewed, open access academic journal established in 1987 by members of the Belgrade Praxis Group. Today, it is published by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade on a quarterly basis. Philosophy and Society covers and presents key trends in contemporary theory; moreover, it encourages research in the fields of philosophy, the humanities and the social sciences. Since its inception, the journal has welcomed contributions from established international academics: the first issue of Philosophy and Society featured articles by Albrecht Wellmer and Richard J. Bernstein, while the most recent issues include contributions from T. M. Scanlon, Otfried Höffe, Jean-Luc Marion, Judith Butler, Hauke Brunkhorst, Kennet R. Westphal, Hans Bernhard Schmid, Maurizio Ferraris, Dan Zahavi, Paul Cobben, and other renowned philosophers and social theorists.
Articles published in Philosophy and Society are indexed in: the Web of Science (ESCI), Scopus, ERIH PLUS, Philosopher’s Index, EBSCO, PhilPapers, ResearchGate, Genamics JournalSeek, Google Scholar, J-Gate, ProQuest, ReadCube, Europeana Collections, Journal Index, and Baidu Scholar.
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