METODO

International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, and fully open access journal founded in 2012. Its aim is to foster philosophical investigations at the crossroad of phenomenological scholarship and other scientific and philosophical currents of thought.

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Current Issue

Call for papers

Positive feelings on the border between phenomenology, psychology and virtue ethics
vol. 8 (2)

ed. by Guccinelli Roberta; Iocco Gemmo

Deadline: Jul 31st 2020

One of the liveliest topics of research in contemporary philosophy is the study of negative emotions— the  so-called  ombres  de  l’âme  (Tappolet,  Teroni,  Konzelmann  Ziv,  Bilgrami,  Nussbaum,  Salice,  Montes Sánchez)—and  of  pathological  or  abnormal  affective  experiences  (Ratcliffe,  Colombetti,  Bayne  and Fernàndez)

On institutions
vol. 8 (1)

ed. by Croci Giacomo; Gerlek Selin

Deadline: Dec 31st 2019

Within the history of philosophy, theories of institutions have dwelled following different traditions and lines of enquiry

Journal Information

Frequency

Metodo publishes two regular issues per year, each devoted to a specific topic and edited by two editors. We welcome proposals by external scholars to officiate as editors of a thematic issue.

Scope

Metodo accepts articles both of a systematic in nature and of a more historical character – provided they offer a relevant contribution to current debates concerning the issues' topic.

We publish articles in English, German, Spanish, French, and Italian.

 

Open Access

Metodo is an open access journal: available for free to all readers, it does not request any publication fees (APCs) from authors. Authors retain the copyright to their work, which are released under a CC BY NC license

Publication Ethics

We are fully committed to the Best Practice Guidelines of COPE. See our full statement

Indexes

Metodo is indexed in ERIH-plus, CrossRef, Google Scholar, refWorks, Open Commons of Phenomenology