Call for Papers – Sententias Vol. 1. No. 2

by Max Andrews

Sententias Premier CoverThe Sententias Journal is now making a call for paper submissions for the Vol. 1 No. 2 Spring issue. This issue is schedule to be released in April so please submit papers as soon as possible (preferably before March 31). There isn’t a particular theme for this issue. We are continuing to focus on the broad intersection of philosophy, theology, and science.

All article submissions must be submitted to journal@sententias.org. Future editions will have a moderation board and referees. It is preferred for authors to have a minimum of an undergraduate degree in philosophy, theology/religion, or any of the sciences. It is also preferable for the author to be in a graduate or postgraduate program in the aforementioned fields. Papers should be in LaTeX or Word document, Turabian format, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, 3,000-16,000 words, and ready for blind review (no name[s] or affiliations). Philosophical Notes may be submitted but will not be subject to blind review. Notes should not exceed 8,000 words. Book reviews and review essays are welcome but should be between 2,000 and 5,000 words respectively and do not need to be formatted for blind review. 

The Sententias Journal, Sententias: Dialogues Concerning Philosophy, Theology, and Science, is a graduate/postgraduate peer-reviewed journal. The purpose of this journal is to invite dialogue concerning philosophy, theology, and science. The authors are not restricted to a religious affiliation; hence, Christians, theists, agnostics, and atheists are welcome to publish with Sententias.

It is currently scheduled for quarterly online release. An anonymous moderation board has been assembled, which is composed of graduate and postgraduate referees from universities in the United States and Europe. The referees come from various philosophical, theological, and scientific backgrounds and different areas of research/expertise.

The articles in the previous issue can be seen below.

Cognitive Science of Religion & Theism

Paul Rezkalla

 

The History and Macro-Ontology of the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Physics

Max L. E. Andrews

 

The Ontological Argument: Past, Present… and Future?

Shaun Smith

 

A Lakatos-MacIntyre Based Convergence Model of the Interaction Between Theology and Science

Joshua W. Anderson

 

The Incompatibility of Methodological Naturalism and Scientific Realism

Kegan J. Shaw

 

The Argument from Reason and Incompleteness Theorems

Ryan Thomas

 

Metaphysics, Natural Selection, and Quasi-Religion

Tyler D. McNabb


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