International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

Metodo is an international, peer-reviewed, and 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. Learn more...

Current issue


Didactics of philosophy and philosophical practices

Luca ZanettiNicola Zippel

Questioning the digital lifeworld

analyzing technologies in philosophy class using postphenomenology

Markus Bohlmann

Philosophical problems in the classroom

the clash strategy for planning and facilitating dialogic inquiry

Luca Zanetti



Call for papers

vol. 13 (1)

Transcendental phenomenology, the idea of philosophy and the foundation of science

Edited by de Santis Daniele; Quepons Ignacio

Deadline: Nov 30th 2024

Among the many tasks that phenomenology since its frst inception (and perhaps beyond) sets out to accomplish is to provide foundations for the sciences

vol. 12 (2)

Philosophy and/of economics

Edited by Pulgar Moya Pablo; Fineschi Roberto

Deadline: May 30th 2024

The philosophy of economics deals with a problem that has had a special emphasis in contemporary thought, both from critical and classical perspectives

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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.


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.

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