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Editorial Policies

The main aim of Praxis is to build bridges between the different areas of philosophy and its relationship with other disciplines such as education, psychology and natural sciences.

Focus and Scope

Praxis is an online postgraduate journal of philosophy edited by postgraduate students at the University of Manchester. Our aim is to offer an opportunity for research students, post-doctoral scholars and new academics to publish papers and reviews in an international peer-reviewed journal, with a view towards providing support for early career researchers.

Praxis publishes peer-reviewed articles, critical notices and book reviews under an open access policy. The main aim of Praxis is to build bridges between the different areas of philosophy and its relationship with other disciplines such as education, psychology and natural sciences.

Peer-Review Process

All manuscripts submitted to Praxis are blind reviewed by two referees chosen by the editorial team from an international roster of qualified volunteers following an initial editorial assessment of quality. Peer reviewers are asked to comment on originality, structure, relevance and depth of research, and ultimately to give a recommendation regarding publication.

Final decisions concerning publication are made jointly by the editorial team based on the recommendations of peer-reviewers.

Copyright Notice

Accepted papers, critical notices and reviews will be published under a Creative Common Attribution 3.0 Unported license.