Philosophical periodicals in the opinion of professional community. Survey of «Filosofska dumka» (Philosophical Thought)
Keywords:philosophical journal, academic press, periodicals, survey
The author presents the results of the survey of Ukrainian academic philosophers concerning condition of philosophical periodicals in Ukraine. The subject matter includes: respondents’ vision of the most known, widely-read and high-quality journals; their vision of Ukrainian philosophical press’ weaknesses; attitude to the notion of “fakhovyi” (professional) journal and practices of real and formal reviewing; preferable formats (paper, electronic) and ways of obtaining academic periodicals (subscription, retail purchasing, using libraries etc.).
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