Phenomenology and Mind

Phenomenology and Mind is an international, interdisciplinary journal currently run by several Research Centres of San Raffaele University (see Editorial and Scientific Board).

Created in 2011 as the online journal of PERSONA, the Research Centre in Phenomenology and Sciences of the Person, it started a new life in 2014 as a crossroads and meeting place for the most advanced results issuing from research domains including cognitive sciences and neuroscience (CRESA, Research Centre in Experimental and Applied Epistemology), public and applied ethics (CeSEP, Center for Studies in Ethics and Politics), history of ideas (CRISI, Interdisciplinary Research Centre in the History of Ideas) and gender issues (gender, Interfaculty Centre for gender studies).

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Phenomenology and Mind has been accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS

 
We are proud to announce that Phenomenology and Mind has been accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS

Following evaluation by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB), which uses strict criteria to vet the sources that Scopus lists, it has been recommended that the Phenomenology and Mind Journal be accepted for inclusion.

Ph&M has quickly established itself internationally as a highly respected journal, publishing quality research. This positive development will enable Ph&M to continue to strengthen its reputation as a leading journal in its field and the Editorial team would like to thank its Editorial Advisory Board members, authors, reviewers and guest editors for their valued contributions. 

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Posted: 2018-07-19
 

Phenomenology and Mind has been accepted for inclusion in The Philosopher’s Index

 

We are proud to announce that Phenomenology and Mind has been accepted for inclusion in The Philosopher’s Index. Citations for the journal will now appear in the world’s most comprehensive bibliography of writings on philosophy, serving the global philosophical community. Citations can be accessed electronically in The Index via the following three distributors: EBSCO, Ovid and ProQuest.

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Posted: 2017-11-02
 
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