OR-CHE-UMA: African Journal of Existential Philosophy (AJEP) is an annual peer-reviewed journal uniquely committed to the advancement of scholarship in all areas of philosophical inquiry. It publishes articles from any philosophical orientation that makes a significant contribution to the understanding of the human person. The journal provides an outlet for essential works and commentaries that critically evaluate the ontology of man. The Journal is particularly interested in helping new and young authors who have a flair for critical discourse. It is published twice a year (March/April and September/October) by the African Philosophers Forum (APFOR), Philosophy Unit, The Department of Religion and Philosophy, Benue State University Makurdi. Scholars are requested to submit appropriate papers not under consideration elsewhere for publication electronically to email@example.com
All articles must conform to our style guidelines, described below
All research papers, articles, and review essays, unsolicited or invited, may be subject to editorial and or peer review prior to acceptance. Therefore, they should not contain indications of your identity in the text
Article length: 4000 words (@ 20 double-spaced pages including notes and references in a 12-point font) in Times Roman.
Title, subheads: Please suggest a title for your paper or review essay and brief, italicized (not capitalized) subheads, every four or five pages. Only very long articles should use numbered subheadings; please use Roman numeral for such enumeration.
Abstract: A 200-word-maximum double-spaced abstract should appear at the beginning of all articles, including review essays.
Gender-neutral language is preferred; alternating he and she is acceptable.
Citations should follow the notation system indicated at foot of every page.
References should read like this:
1. Alloy S Ihuah, “Science, Technology and Development” In Philosophical Science, Jim I Unah (ed ) ( Lagos: Foresight Press 1998 p. 128.
All correspondences to:
OR-CHE-UMA:African Journal Existential Philosophy,
c/o Dept of Rel. & Philosophy,
Benue State University,
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Articles are welcome all year round. Be sure to include your biographical note. If you do not hear from us within three months after submission, please feel free to inquire! Mail manuscripts to- firstname.lastname@example.org
Alloy S Ihuah,
Department of Rel. and Philosophy,
Benue State University, Makurdi Email: email@example.com
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