Acadephil is a journal of Philosophy published yearly by the Claretian Institute of Philosophy, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.
Acadephil receives articles on all areas of philosophy (more especially African and Western Philosophy). Articles should conform to the following:
In addition to their titles, articles, carrying the full name and address of the author, should be sent together with a floppy disk of the essay.
Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced, with endnotes in serial arrangement.
Each article should not exceed more than 3,000 words or 12 typed pages.
Manuscripts or reviews should be sent by post or by e-mal to the address below.
Acadephil is published annually. It receives articles, reviews and discussions from all over the globe. The editor and members of the editorial board do not necessarily share the views expressed in the journal.
Editor-in-Chief: Francis O. C. Njoku, cmf
Associate Editor: Ethelbert E. Amaku, cmf
Review/Discussion Editiors: Philip Ogbonna, cmf and Raphael C. Njoku
Editorial Secretary: Cajethan C. Ani
Circulation Manager: Emmanuel Ede, cmf
Foreign correspondence: All books for review and book reviews should be sent to the address below.
Nigeria: N300 per issue
ECOWAS: $3.00 (US) per issue including postage
Other countries 7 Euro or $ 10 (US) per issue including postage
Claretian Institute of Philosophy, Maryland Nekede, Box 328, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.
Raphael C. Njoku
Departments of History and Pan African Studies,
University of Louisville, KY 40292, USA.
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