Global Ethics Day, 19. October 2016 - Call for Papers

Author: Olivera Z. Mijuskovic, President of the "World Philosophy Network", CEO, Founding Director and Editor-in-Chief of "Philosophical Views", a member of "International Association of Greek Philosophy- University of Athens", Project Leader of Hellenic Center (HEC) Project "Philosophers of Ancient Greek World"

Global Philosophy Group, World Philosophy Network and e-magazine "Philosophical Views" support the initiative of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs about the celebration of the Global Ethics Day.


We call all scholars in the field of social sciences to send us papers on the subjects of ethics. The primary will be ancient Greek philosophy, but all directions of philosophy, including bioethics and international relations are welcome.

Each paper should have an abstract, specific words, original critical review, bibliographical and biographical information. The text shouldn`t be longer than 3000 words. The language is English.

Deadline for sending texts is September 1st on email:
olivera.mijushkovic.philosophical.views@journalist.com



Waiting for your answers.

Best,

Olivera Z. Mijuskovic,

and

Peter Cobbe

Yours,

General Management of the Global Philosophy Group

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