About the Journal


One. Common background

  • In accordance with this procedure, the academic journal "Studia Philosophiae Et Juris" (hereinafter referred to as "Journal") founded and managed by the Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences (hereinafter referred to as "Institute") will accept, review, publish, and sell works, and general requirements for works, editorial board and copyright related relations and obligations..
  • The founder of the journal will be the Institute, and the right to own the name of the journal will be reserved to the founder.
  • The journal is a field of academic research aimed at informing the trends, achievements, and results of modern research in social and humanities, improving the theoretical and methodological level and quality, and intensifying academic work.

Two. Policy of Journal Publications

  • The journal's article policy is to research and identify theoretical and practical problems in the fields of philosophy, sociology, political science, religion, law, political science, and political economy, as well as support the circulation of research and analysis and dissemination to the public is to show.
  • Academic work published in the journal is copyrighted by the author (CC BY) [1], and the use and copyright protection of the work is protected in accordance with the relevant copyright laws.
  • The journal adheres to the common international method of peer review (double blind) and applies the principle of confidentiality of author and peer reviewer information in peer review activities.
  • The work published in the journal is an important indicator for evaluating the work of the researcher, rewarding him/her, and promoting him/her.
  • A special issue may be issued as part of the commemorative event or the anniversary of the establishment of the Institute.

Three. Organization Policy

  • The journal has a chief editor and an editorial board. The editorial board has a total of 14 members consisting of deputy editor (3), members (10), and secretary. Also, at least 2 researchers of the field can be selected for review and verification of the research work.
  • The members of the editorial board shall be elected and dismissed by the decision of the academic council meeting of the institute.
  • It will be preferred to select prominent scientists from the Institute and other foreign and domestic training and research institutions as members of the Editorial Board.
  • The Academic Council of the Institute will monitor and make recommendations on the policy of journal articles and its implementation.

Peer Review Process

Stud. Philos. et. Juris. follows the double-blind peer-review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. All submitted manuscripts are subjected to an intensive peer review in consultation with members of the journal’s editorial board and independent external referees (usually 2-3 reviewers).

All manuscripts are assessed within a suitable time and the decision based on all the peer reviewers’ comments, taken by the journal’s Editor-in-Chief.

Submissions from the Editor-in-Chief will undergo independent peer-review and will be submitted to another editor for a decision on acceptance.

The average duration of manuscript processing from submission to the final decision is 9-10 weeks.

Abstracting and indexing

The Studia Philosophiae Et Juris (SPEJ) is indexed in the following databases 

Publication Frequency

The journal is published annually.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles in this journal, or to use them for any other lawful purpose.

Publication Ethics

Publishing ethics of the Stud. Philos. et. Juris. is based on those by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) code of conduct guidelines available at https://publicationethics.org/

Exemption of responsibility
Stud. Philos. et. Juris. assumes no responsibility for all contents of the published articles.