Dia-noesis – A Journal of Philosophy is a biannual scholarly publication issued under the auspices of the University of Western Macedonia (Greece). it is an international open-access peer reviewed journal (both print and electronic) dedicated to the dissemination of original research in the field of philosophy, political theory, history, political anthropology, history of political thought and literature, religion, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. In addition, the journal accepts comprehensive book reviews by distinguished authors in the above fields.
Dia-noesis invites original unpublished papers within any field of Philosophy or application of philosophical method to any areas of intellectual and practical life. Furthermore, the journal is committed to meet the highest ethical standards in research and academic publication. Academic rigor, precision, conceptual clarity and cohesion, logical consistency, critical analysis and originality are the basic criteria for a paper to be published. It also welcomes submissions of articles with a non-western focus.
Publishing in Dia-noesis is totally free of cost. Light editing services are being provided at no cost for the authors by the Editors of the journal. Users can download articles and issues free of charge through our website. Print versions are of high quality and can be bought via Ammon Books. The articles are printed in on premium paper with high-resolution figures. Our covers are customized to your article and designed to be complimentary to the journal.
Finally, the journal aims to serve the interests of a wide range of readers and academic scholars of philosophy and political theory, as well as theologians, social scientists, anthropologists, historians and others interested in multidisciplinary studies related to humanities and social sciences. Copyright / Open Access Articles published in Dianoesis will be Open-Access articles distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). The copyright is retained by the author(s).