Aim & Scope

In the Laws, Plato wrote, “Now goods are of two kinds, human and divine; and the human goods are dependent on the divine” (1.631b). Plato’s concept of God is the moving rational force organizing the cosmos, that is, what contemporaries call the Universe. The power of the Universe is providentially and directive for the Earth and “possessed of intelligence” (4.713a). Hence, the strategic goal of Philosophy and Cosmology is to create a broad scientific and international social platform that can consolidate the efforts of contemporary scholars and international research teams in studies of the Universe and teach us building capabilities for the future in-space activities and deep-space missions.

We aim to offer interested authors from different countries and academic traditions the platform for fast and professional sharing of their results, particularly those containing internationally valued, original, and creative research proposals and ideas. We encourage the international and interdisciplinary teams of scholars to publish their results in Philosophy and Cosmology. There is no restriction on the length of the manuscripts. In addition, especially welcomed are:

– manuscripts, which contain the results of research done by an international team
– manuscripts, which contain the results of interdisciplinary research on the intercultural impact of Cosmology

The journal publishes papers covering the following issues

    • Testing cosmological models
    • Anthropic reasoning and multiverse
    • Scope of cosmological theories and Data
    • Future studies
    • Cosmology and culture
    • Man in the cosmos
    • Conceptions of the cosmos

Types of papers

    • Full-text research articles
    • Reviews
    • Translations
    • Discussions