International Journal of Philosophy and Theology
Int J Philos Theolog
International Journal of Philosophy and Theology publishes scholarly articles and reviews that concern the intersection between philosophy and theology. It aims to stimulate the creative discussion between various traditions, for example the analytical and the continental traditions. Articles should exhibit high-level scholarship but should be readable for those coming from other philosophical traditions. Fields of interest are: philosophy, especially philosophy of religion, metaphysics, and philosophical ethics, and systematic theology, for example fundamental theology, dogmatics and moral theology. Contributions focusing on the history of these disciplines are also welcome, especially when they are relevant to contemporary discussions. Overspecialization should be avoided; in principle, all articles should be relevant to the wider scholarly community. Scholarly literature surveys and longer critical book notes are also welcome. Most articles are in English, but in an effort not to lose sight of its origin, the journal occasionally publishes some articles in Dutch. In that case an English summary is provided. Founded in 1938 by Jesuit academics the International Journal of Philosophy and Theology (formerly Bijdragen) has since evolved into an open and independent journal from the Low Countries.
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