Journals on Philosophy and Science Journals

Acta Universitatis Danubius Juridica
http://journals.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/juridica

ActaUniversitatisDanubius.Juridica published in 2005 with the help of the Law Faculty of Danubius University of Galati, has the mission to distribute, in the academic national and international environment, the results of scientific research of our teacher staff and collaborators by publishing studies of high theoretical and applied performance.

In its pages, we will encounter famous, national and foreign authors, but also young researchers engaged in legal knowledge and creation.

The journal intends to be a debating court for promoting the spread of ideas and for widening the dialogue in a European scientific spirit. The thematic studies will encompass legal doctrine, jurisprudence, philosophy and law, the debates, the notable results of scientific investigations or the reviews to genuine theoretical successes.

This review is annually published and in its pages, there are famous, national and foreign authors, but also young researchers engaged in legal knowledge and creation. The publication languages are French and English. The main subject is Law and the thematic studies encompasses legal doctrine, jurisprudence, philosophy and law, the debates, the notable results of scientific investigations or the reviews of genuine theoretical successes.

Journal of Philosophy, Science and Law
http://www6.miami.edu/ethics/jpsl/about/index.html

The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law is an interdisciplinary forum dedicated to examining issues in the intersection of applied philosophy, science, and the law. As science and technology advance, there will continue to be challenging philosophical and legal issues that need to be sorted out and thoroughly investigated. An analysis of these issues can have a significant and positive impact on educational programs, public policy, and professional practice. Accepted articles will be available online following the Journal's peer review process.

OBJECTIVES- To stimulate research and dialogue at the intersection of philosophy, science, and law. To generate debate on controversial issues relating to the fields of philosophy, science, and law. To provide readers with the latest news at the intersection of each respective field. To enable readers to become more informed about other professional fields.