Aims & Scope

RESISTANCES. Journal of the Philosophy of History is a peer-reviewed publication that publishes 2 issues per year (July, December). Founded in 2020, appear as a journal of the philosophy of history, inspired by the life of an Ecuadorian indigenous woman, Dolores Cacuango, her teachings and struggle processes allowed great advances in the achievement of rights for farmworkers, her popular wisdom is an example of the thought that transforms. Her phrase: "We are like the straw of paramo that starts and grows again... and of straw of paramo we will sow the world", encourages our intention to contribute to the academy with a critical journal, which covers the knowledge from different perspectives, which contributes to a historical review and with a renewed vision of the images of the world.

Its mission is to be transdisciplinary, responsive to theoretical developments in research relating to the Philosophy of History studies.

Scope:

Philosophy of liberation, Latin American philosophy, Aesthetics, Applied philosophy, Early modern philosophy, Epistemology of the South, German idealism, Phenomenology, Structuralism & post-structuralism, The analytic tradition, Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Mind, philosophy of language, Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Metaphysics, and Value Theory. Philosophy of science

Contemporary History, covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual, and cultural.

Applied history, political, social, intellectual, cultural, economic, environmental, power relations, gender relations, migrations, oral history, collective memory, subjectivities.

 

The journal welcomes contributions from both established and younger scholars on themes from in History and Philosophy issues and encourages innovative writing and research on a variety of topics and with an array of theoretical frameworks.

All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the country Editors, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. The Editor I Chief will make the final decision based on the reviewer reports.  All peer review is double-blind and submission is online via OJS platform or email:

resistances@religacion.com

Accepted languages for publication: Spanish, English or Portuguese