5 replies on “New E-Journal on World Philosophies”

  1. I’m curious if anyone’s looked at this. It says it’s free, but demands your email address, which is to say it’s not free, and (maybe because my German is negligible) I can’t see a way to get even a table of contents without inviting spam.

    • Hi Dan — down near the bottom there is a “show contents” link that will give you the table of contents.

  2. I’ve had some communication with one of the co-editors, Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach, who has requested that the following announcement be posted:

    Confluence: Online Journal of World Philosophies (www.confluence-journal.com) will begin to document all incentives in institutions of higher education undertaken to facilitate teaching and/or research in comparative philosophy.

    Towards this end, we invite faculty to sketch briefly the nature of changes (in study-programs, syllabi, personnel, etc.) implemented since 2010 and their projected results. Submissions should contain details of the educational institution and not exceed 500 words. They may be submitted electronically under: confluence- submission@web.de and should reach us by 27.12.14 to be included in our second volume (March 2015).

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