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ISSN (printed): 1122-1151. ISSN (electronic): 1572-8390.
Axiomathes is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the study of ontology and cognitive systems. Axiomathes' topics of interest comprise but are not limited to: How "things" (i.e., relatively stable and countable items) emerge from underlying substrata; How representations of both external and internal items grow out from underlying dynamics; How we linguistically schematize and express our internal representations; How the types of items populating the world (things, events, processes, groups, stuffs, etc.) are connected and depend on one another; How the main realms of reality (material, psychological, social) are internally structured and which are their connections and dependences; How one can model the above, i.e. which links run between the real and the ideal. Axiomathes has a foreground interest in contemporary issues in cognition and ontology, and a background interest in intellectual history. In other words, the journal distinguishes itself through the thesis that real advances in contemporary science may depend upon a consideration of the origins and intellectual history of certain key ideas at the forefront of current research.
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