The Quarterly Journal of Philosophical Investigations (Title of this journal in other Indexing databases: Philosophical Investigations /Pizhūhish/hā-yi falsafī/2251-7960 (Print); 2423-4419 (Online) )at department of Philosophy of University of Tabriz- Iran was published in Persian date Farvardin 1327 (April 3, 1948) as the Journal of Faculty of Literature (Tabriz University) by Dr. Manocher Mortazavi, Dr. Rasoul Khayampour, Dr. Khanbaba Bayani, professor Hassan Gazi Tabatabaee. This journal was published until 1999 under the name of journal of Faculty of Literature but in 2007 it has been divided into four journals, which one of them was Journal of Philosophical Investigations. PI is published in both print and online versions.Since May 1, 2018, the journal has decided to publish four issues each year and become a quarterly journal, due to the receipt of many philosophical articles. This journal will be published at the end of each season and the fall issue will be published in English each year.This journal is published quarterly since the beginning of 1397 (May 2018). It was previously biannual journal.
Now, open Quarterly Journal of Philosophical Investigations is an journal dedicated to the latest advancements in philosophy . This journal is published four times a year. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of philosophy.
All manuscripts to be prepared in English or Persian and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Generally, accepted papers will appear online. The journal publishes papers including the following fields:
Journal of Philosophical Investigations expects all published articles to contain clear and accurate attribution of authorship. It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that all authors that contributed to the work are fairly acknowledged and that the published author list accurately reflects individual contributions. Where authorship disputes arise, Philosophical Investigations encourages journal editorial teams to follow the COPE guidelines detailed .
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