Filocracia: An Online Journal of Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies accepts papers that discuss philosophical topics ranging from reflections or elaborations on the thoughts of major philosophers from the Western and Eastern traditions, to mediations between the East and West, to studies that utilize philosophical frameworks in analyzing social realities, and other researches that combine philosophical and interdisciplinary approaches.

It also accepts book reviews and local researches written in any Philippine language (e.g., Tagalog, Bikolano, Cebuano, Ilokano) provided that our editorial competence will allow a scholarly critique of the said articles. In most cases, an English translation will be required and will be published simultaneously with the local research.

With the publication of these local researches, concrete social realities and the concerns of those at the margins of centralized philosophic and social discourses in the Philippines and in Asia are relevantly engaged.

For those interested, article submissions may be sent in MS Word file (.doc/docx) by e-mail to the Editor at Submissions should contain:

• Title of the article and the name of the author, institutional affiliation, rank and position (if applicable);
• a 150-200 word abstract;
• 5-8 keywords;
• an essay composed of at least 5000-8000 words excluding the bibliography.

Please use the Chicago Manual of Styles starting from the 15th edition for your citations. Submitted papers will be reviewed blindly by at least three readers.

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