Specialized edition for Philosophy, founded in 1965.
The Journal publishes articles on a wide range of philosophical problems, in particular on the history of philosophy, social philosophy, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of law, ontology, logic, hermeneutics, religious studies, philosophy of education, philosophical and cultural studies, etc.
Preference is given to original articles, in which new ideas are advanced, as well as generalization of the experience of setting and solving modern problems in Ukrainian and foreign studies. The journal publishes materials that give critical reviews of the achievements of modern philosophical thought, as well as reviews of scientific and methodical publications in the field of philosophical disciplines.
The goal of the Journal is to cover new original philosophical ideas, to critically examine the history of European and world thinking, to generalize the experience of setting and solving theoretical, philosophical and practical problems in Ukrainian and foreign philosophical studies, and to display methodological searches within modern philosophy.
The mission of the Journal is to contribute to the development of a wide range of modern research approaches in the field of philosophical disciplines. We are striving to actively introduce these approaches into practice, which should promote the establishment of high standards of university teaching of philosophical disciplines on the basis of the achievements of modern philosophical knowledge. The Journal seeks to take an active part in the formation of a common philosophical field within the Ukrainian academic space, as well as to present the results of Ukrainian philosophical searches in the international arena.
Keywords: history of philosophy, social philosophy, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of law, ontology, logic, hermeneutics, religious studies, philosophy of education, philosophical and cultural studies
Publisher: V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Department of Theoretical and Practical Philosophy named after Professor J. B. Schad
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