Filosofia Theoretica publishes original articles and reviews in the following areas of African studies: philosophy, culture, religions, history and arts.
All manuscripts must be the author's original work and not under consideration elsewhere. Article manuscripts can range from 2000 to 6000 words, excluding citations, with a concise title and a 150 word abstract.They should be submitted to the editor in MS word format via e-mail to [email protected] or [email protected].
Authors are not to place page numbers or paper title (on each page) on the manuscript; we no longer accept endnotes and footnotes. Articles (or parts of articles) in languages other than English will no longer be considered. All submissions must list the author's current affiliation and contact points (location, e-mail address, etc.). In regards to style the Calabar School of Philosophy Documentation Style is the only acceptable reference style. English should be US. Fully formatted manuscripts will receive first preference in the publishing cycle. Any manuscript not well proof read will not be considered.
Article manuscripts that meet the preliminary editorial standard are sent out for peer-review within three weeks of receipt. Those considered acceptable by the editors will be published after recommended corrections, free of any charges.
General inquiries may be addressed to the editor, Dr. Jonathan O. Chimakonam.
Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions
The Calabar School of Philosophy
Department of Philosophy
University of Calabar
PO Box 3684, Cross River State, Nigeria
E-mail: [email protected]
Filosofia Theoretica is accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DoHET), South Africa.