Philosophy and Cosmology is an international journal that aims to globally disseminate the results of qualitative research in the fields of 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. The journal is committed to maintaining high standards of scientific competence through peer-review and a strict ethical policy. The founder of the journal is the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology (ISPC). The journal activities correspond with the mission and declared values of the founding organisation.
In order to adhere to the high standards of publishing ethics, the editorial board involves international experts on the subject of the journal. They ensure compliance with the principles of publishing stated by the journal. The International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology (ISPC) is an academic community represented by more than 80 active members from Ukraine, Russia, Japan, the USA, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Poland, etc. The vast majority of the editorial board of Philosophy and Cosmology journal is represented by internationally recognized experts on the journal academic domain.
The editorial board strives to prevent any infringements of professional ethical codes, such as plagiarism, fraudulent use of data, bogus claims of authorship in the journal. The editorial board of the journal is aware of its responsibility to publish quality papers following high international standards of academic integrity. The journal follows the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) for resolving cases of suspected misconduct. The editorial board has developed detailed instructions on publishing ethics for all participants in the publishing process (editors, reviewers and authors of the manuscript). The detailed instructions are given below.
Editor’s Guide on Publication Ethics
Reviewer’s Guide on Publication Ethics