Inscriptions, an international journal for contemporary thinking on philosophy, psycho-analysis, and the arts, invites contributions to our upcoming open issue (vol. 6, no. 2). We are looking for well-crafted and skilfully written scholarly essays and creative criticism that in some way engage our mandate.Read more about CfP Inscriptions 6n2: Open Issue
In this issue Pedro José Grande Sánchez uncovers Michel Henry’s “life philosophy”, which Henry sought to distinguish from a contemporary “disease of life”. Creative criticism by Gray Kochhar-Lindgren and David Ritchie explore how scholastic knowledge intersects with a personal voice. A series of essays on Kierkegaard investigate the place of faith, pseudonyms, and humour in his thought. Also: a commentary on the place of the artist in politics by Adam Staley Groves, and Gorica Orsholits’s review of Alain Badiou’s most recent volume.
Cover-image by pizar almaulidina on Pixabay (2019).
Inscriptions is a peer-reviewed international journal that features articles, creative writing and artwork that engage our mandate. Please make your submission through this editorial and publishing system. Register as an author by clicking the Make a submission button on this page. After verifying your e-mail address you may then log in to your account and select New submission. We encourage authors to submit a 150 word proposal for an indicative recommendation from the issue editor/editor-in-chief prior to submitting a full manuscript. Work published by Inscriptions will be Open Access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Inscriptions is published twice a year.