The Journal «Philosophy and Humanism» was founded in 2015 by Odessa National Polytechnic University as the online periodical edition, ISSN 2518-7392.
Editor in chief - prof, Dr V. Zharkykh (Odessa); vice-editor in chief: Dr. N. Borodina (Odessa). vice-editor in chief: Dr.V. Levchenko (Odessa).
Editors: Amir Lydia, Ph.D., Professor at the College of Academic Studies in Management (Tel Aviv, Israel);
Afanasiev Olexandr, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Philosophy and Methodology of Science, Odessa National Polytechnic University;
Gansova Emma, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Social Work and Personnel Management, Odessa National Polytechnic University;
Kashuba Maria, Ph.D., Professor, Head. Department of Social Sciences of Lviv National Academy of Music;
Konacheva Svitlana, Ph.D., Professor, Head. the Department of Modern Problems of Philosophy of the Russian State Humanities University (Moscow, Russia);
Rozova Tamara, Ph.D., Professor, Head. Department of Culture Philosophy of Odessa National Polytechnic University (Odessa)
Technical editor: Ph.D. Borodina N.
«Philosophy and Humanism» is a peer reviewed journal with blind referee system.
FOCUS AND SCOPE
Our online edition is the academic periodical in Ukraine devoted to researches on philosophy, philology and the humanities interdisciplinary problems.
Our purpose is to foster the development of a wide gamut of contemporary approaches, active implementation of them into research practice, and establishment of high standards of teaching philosophy, philology and the humanities at the universities basing on the achievements of contemporary achievements on the humanities.
Our key priority is to ensure the empirical substantiation of contemporary conceptions, basing on the criteria of literality, adequacy, fullness and contextualization, taking into account the existing speculative interpretations.
We also publish new translations of foreign texts.
Among our priorities there is also a coverage of the humanities thought in Ukraine and Odessa and its connections with the wide cultural context.