Filozofia is academic journal publishing original articles in a wide range of areas including metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, history of philosophy, social and political philosophy, and related disciplines, such as logic, methodology and ethics. Filozofia is double-blind peer-reviewed journal and is open to all authors, independently of their methodology and/or theoretical background.
Filozofia promotes the idea of open science and contributes to it by providing unrestricted open access to its published content. The journal is fully funded by its publishers and operates on a non-profit basis. Because of this, all articles published in the journal are accessible to readers free of charge, and neither article processing charges nor article submission charges nor any other fees are required of authors of articles published in, or submitted to, the journal.
Starting from Volume 75 (2020), articles published in Filozofia are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public License (CC BY-NC 4.0), which permits the sharing and adapting of licensed material in any medium and format for non-commercial purposes, provided the original work is properly cited, the license is properly linked, and any changes are properly indicated.
Authors hold copyright to their articles published in Filozofia. We also allow authors to retain publishing rights to their articles without restrictions.
By submitting their articles to Filozofia, authors agree to license their work under the CC BY-NC 4.0. Authors grant the editors and publishers of Filozofia a license to publish their articles in the journal and to identify the journal as the original medium of publication.
The editors and publishers are permitted to store the articles in the journal’s publicly available electronic archive and in any repositories in which the articles published in the journal are stored, without soliciting the authors’ explicit consent, on the condition that the requirements stated by the CC BY-NC 4.0 license are met.