OtherWise: A Journal of Student Philosophy, an official publication of the Philosophy Student Association at Kennesaw State University, is dedicated to comparative philosophy and aims to serve as a bridge between various philosophical traditions and philosophers. Submissions are welcomed from student philosophers from all philosophical persuasions with preference given to those of comparative and Continental orientations. The Journal is dedicated to publishing quality articles and book reviews in comparative studies of the Asian philosophical traditions (Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean), Buddhist philosophy, African philosophy, and Islamic philosophy.
OtherWise: A Journal of Student Philosophy is made possible by a private grant and is produced by the Philosophy Student Association at Kennesaw State University.
Call for Papers for the 2012 Issue:
OtherWise: A Journal of Student Philosophy is seeking paper submissions for its next issue. Undergraduate and graduate submissions dealing with any philosophical topic are welcome. Although all submitted works are considered, please note that a preference will be given to those that focus primarily on Continental and comparative themes. Book reviews relevant to these two areas are also welcome.
OtherWise will consider submissions from any of the other philosophical traditions in the world, including but not limited to Western philosophy, in any philosophical disciplines such as metaphysics, epistemology, logic and philosophy of language, ethics, social and political philosophy, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, philosophy of history, and the philosophy of mind as well as articles on theories and methodologies of comparative philosophy.
All submissions to the Journal are blind-reviewed and will be reviewed by both student and professor reviewers. Normally authors may expect to hear from the editor about the suitability of their submissions for publication in the Journal within several months. The publisher holds the copyright of all articles published in the Journal.
Submissions should be sent via email to Zachary Gruca at email@example.com.
OtherWise encourages electronic submissions through e-mail attachments in WORD. Papers should be no longer than 5000 words and must include the following information on a cover sheet: Name, University affiliation and status (undergraduate or graduate), paper title, and contact information (email, phone, address). Papers must be received in Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition) with in-text citations and minimal footnotes and must follow these criteria: 12 point font, double-spaced, Times New Roman. Submissions must also include a References section that immediately follows the conclusion. Explanatory footnotes rather than endnotes are adopted. For more information on Chicago Style citations, please visit: http://www.libs.uga.edu/ref/chicago.html#docnote.
Proofs will be sent to authors and should be corrected and returned electronically to the current student editor or by fax within 15 days. Major alterations to the text cannot be accepted at that time.
For more information, please contact Zachary Gruca, editor of OtherWise, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. David Jones, head faculty advisor, may be contacted at:
Department of History and Philosophy
Kennesaw State University
#2206 1000 Chastain Road
Kennesaw, GA 30144
OtherWise Advisory Board:
Roger T. Ames, University of Hawai`i
Walter Brogan, Villanova University
Bret Davis, Loyola University of Maryland
Kathryn Gines, Vanderbilt University
Harriette Grissom, University of North Carolina Asheville
Jiang Xinyan, University of Redlands
Thomas P. Kasulis, Ohio State University
David Jones, Kennesaw State University
Todd May, Clemson University
Shannon Mussett, Utah Valley State College
Raymond Osei, University of Cape Coast (Ghana)
Graham Parkes, University College Cork (Ireland)
Brian Schroeder, Rochester Institute of Technology
Michael Shaw, Utah Valley State College
James Winchester, Georgia College and State University
Jason Wirth, Seattle University
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