ABOUT THE JOURNAL
"GISAP: History and Philosophy" - periodical scientific journal of the International Academy of Science and Higher Education (IASHE, London, UK), devoted to matters of History and Philosophy. New issues of the journal are published three times a year.
Materials of the journal cover the following topics:
- General history (of the relevant period)
- Historiography, source study and methods of carrying historical research
- History of international relations and external policy
- History of science and technology
- Domestic history
- Ethnography, ethnology and anthropology
- Specific problems of History
- Ontology and theory of cognition
- History of philosophy
- Philosophy of science and technology
- Social philosophy
- Religious studies - theology, philosophic anthropology, philosophy of culture
- Philosophy and its role in modern society
- Philosophic aspects of interaction between people and information space
- Specific problems of Philosophy
- Other connected or inter-sectoral thematic directions of studies obviously connected with History and Philosophy
The journal was registered in 2013. Functioning of the journal Editorial and the publishing process assume the qualification analysis and quality-based selection of materials, carried out by the international Expert Board and the Editorial.
The journal has British jurisdiction and ISSN:
ISSN 2054-6467 (Print)
ISSN 2054-6475 (Online).
Nominal circulation of each issue of the journal: not less than 1000 copies.
Original scientific studies presented by best authors - participants of the International Scientific and Analytical Project (GISAP), and also by independent authors of high professional qualification (for details please read the section CONDITIONS OF PUBLICATION) are accepted and published in the journal after preliminary expert reviewing.
After publication of every issue of "GISAP: History and Philosophy", articles presented in the journal become available for everyone interested on our website in PDF. Such policy is based on our will to promote values and standards of historical experience, world-outlook, moral, cultural and aesthetic potential of the humanity and to increase interest of the general public to matters of History and Philosophy and international attention to works of our authors.