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There are no complicated sciences, there are only complicated interpretations
Alexader Herzen

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Aims and Scope

The Kantian journal (ISSN: 0207-6918) is a product of a more than thirty year tradition of Kant studies in Kaliningrad. The Russian and international research environment of IKBFU's Department of Philosophy, which has been the creative and organisational centre for Kant studies for many years, makes it possible to herald the journal's success. In 2008, almost simultaneously with the appearance of the first issue of the journal, Kant Institute – a research centre aimed at the development of Kant studies, preparation of new translations and contribution to the popularisation of Kant's philosophy – was established at IKBFU. The Kantian journal informs Russian philosophical community about the work of the Institute on a regular basis.

The basic content of the journal is research articles dedicated to the theoretical and practical philosophy of Kant. Of no less importance is the new section entitled The receptions of Kant's philosophy focusing on the works on the reception of Kant's philosophy in Russia and the USSR. The sections Logic and argumentorics and Social philosophy and philosophy of culture also welcome articles not immediately related to Kant's philosophy. The journal contains sections dedicated to scientific discussions, reviews and bibliography, philosophical events in Russia and abroad, as well as a section entitled Research. Archives. Documents.

The expected audience of the journal is the philosophical community – from graduate and undergraduate students to influential specialists.

 Structure of the journal

  • Kant's theoretical philosophy

  • Kant's practical philosophy

  • Neo-Kantianism

  • Logic and argumentorics

  • The problems of social philosophy and philosophy of culture

  • Publications

  • Discussions

  • Reviews Conferences

Copyright information

Authors of the Kantian journal journal hold the copyright without any restrictions. When republishing an article, all authors are to provide a link to the issue of the Kantian journal journal where the article was originally published.  

The Kantian journal journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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All articles published in the Kantian journal journal have undergone peer review and upon acceptance are immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.

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Anti-Plagiarism Policy            

The journal has an anti-plagiarism policy.  All submitted articles are checked for plagiarism.