As the official publication of the Institute, Dialectic
Journal is a transdisciplinary forum for the discussion,
development and dissemination of dialectical thinking—not
only in logic and philosophy, but also in such diverse fields
as psychology, history, aesthetics, sociology, physics, medicine,
critical theory, civil rights, etc.
The Journal provides a platform for demonstrating the power
of dialectical thought by promoting new topics of research
and stimulating constructive dialogue and mutually beneficial
debate. By challenging traditionally accepted assumptions
and bringing together disparate areas of study, unexpected
outcomes and positive breakthroughs are possible.
Dialectic Journal encourages the dialectical investigation
and critique of dominant paradigms, and the development of
new perspectives through the application of dialectical reasoning.
The submission of manuscripts pertaining to these and other
related fields is welcomed throughout the year on a wide range
sought include: original papers, research notes, review essays,
book reviews, critical discussions, dialogues, debates, interviews,
etc. Creative, interdisciplinary contributions are invited,
and joint research projects are particularly encouraged.
Proposals for special subject and guest-edited issues are
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