Studies in East European Thought (SEET) provides a forum for impartial scholarly discussion of philosophical thought and intellectual history of East and Central Europe, Russia, as well as post-Soviet states. SEET offers a venue for philosophical dialogue in a variety of relevant fields of study. Predominantly a philosophical journal, SEET welcomes work that crosses established boundaries among disciplines whether by bringing other disciplines to respond to traditional philosophical questions or by using philosophical reflection to address specific disciplinary issues.
The journal publishes original papers by scholars working in the field without discriminating them based on their geographical origin and nationality. The editorial team considers quality of work to be the sole criterion of publication. In addition to original scholarly essays, SEET publishes translations of philosophical texts not previously available in the West, as well as book reviews.
- A forum for writings on philosophy and philosophers identified with the history and cultures of East and Central Europe
- Includes descriptive, critical, comparative, and historical studies of relevant individuals, schools, currents, and institutions
- Explores concepts of the social, the cultural and the political, following the demise of Marxism-Leninism
- Marina F. Bykova
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Choice – What is this?
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- Five year impact factor: 0.150 (2018)
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