Call for papers - Issue 16


Dia-noesis is now accepting submissions for Issue 16 dedicated to Philosophy in Late Antiquity. Accepted topics revolve around Middle Platonism, Neoplatonism, Neo-Aristotelianism and Neopythagoreanism. The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2024. The Issue will look at philosophical concepts and theories that emerge during this particular period of time, which can relate to any philosophical branch.

Guest Editor: Lydia Petridou (

All articles submitted for possible publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process. Articles are first reviewed by editors. Moreover, the Issue will approve articles for publication by acknowledging as a criterion their originality and depth of analysis. More precisely: (A) Articles should be highly innovative and their objectives should be laid out clearly; (B) they should describe in sufficient detail the degree of innovation; (C) the state-of-the-art should be well documented with up-to-date references; (D) all authors should have a Ph.D. or should be in their final process of submitting their Doctoral thesis.

Ideally, papers should be between 5.000 – 7.000 words. They should be:
· Is carefully structured and written
· argumentative and not merely descriptive.

Furthermore, all papers must be in English. Submissions may be in the form of academic papers, and book reviews. Successful authors will be published in both the online and printed editions of the Journal. For more information consult the Author Guidelines.

Dia-noesis is an international open-access journal, edited by exceptionally skilled researchers in the fields of Philosophy, Political Religion, Political Theory, and History, who look for works that highlight the uniqueness and provocativeness of new arguments. Dia-noesis is indexed (ERIHPLUS) and advertised on major search engines.

To submit your manuscript follow this link.