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CFP: Gnosis

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Call for Papers: Gnosis – Journal of Philosophy

Deadline: December 18th, 2009

GNOSIS is a journal of philosophy published by graduate students under
the auspices of the Department of Philosophy at Concordia University
located in Montreal Quebec. Gnosis was founded in 1973, and has provided
students with an opportunity to gain exposure of their work in the
public sphere. Most submissions to our journal are usually by graduate
students, but exceptional undergraduate work is also welcomed. We follow
a double blind peer-review procedure to ensure fair, and anonymous
assessment of all submissions. Gnosis is committed to maintaining a high
standard of philosophical rigor and quality with our publications.

GNOSIS is interested in publishing articles across the whole range of
philosophical topics and positions. Please provide a short abstract
(between 150-400 words) along with your submitted paper (no set limit,
but submissions under 7000 words are preferable). The abstract should
not contain any undefined abbreviations or unspecified references, and
should be attached to the beginning of your article. We will also be
accepting book reviews (2000 word maximum) for books published within
the last year.

Please click here to see submission guidelines:


If you are submitting by mail:

– Please include on a covering page only: your full name, address,
email address, title of your paper, plus word count and # of pages. In
addition, please indicate which institution you are affiliated with, and
your current level of studies (UG, MA, PhD).

– Please include both a digital version of your document (MS Word
(.doc, not .docx) or .rtf) saved on a PC-compatible diskette (the
diskette must be identified with your coordinates); and a hard copy of
your paper.

If you are submitting by email:

– Please include: your full name, address, email address, title of
your paper, plus word count and # of pages on a separate title page
antecedent the rest of the article.

– Your article must be emailed as either a MS Word Document (.doc,
not .docx), or a .rtf file attachment.

– Please send all submissions to gnosis@alcor.concordia.ca, with
“Gnosis Submission” in the subject line.

All submissions received after the December 18th deadline will be
considered for the subsequent issue.

All manuscripts and correspondence must be sent to:


Concordia University, Philosophy Department

1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West

Montreal (Quebec) Canada

H3G 1M8

We are sorry, but Gnosis cannot be responsible for any documents are
lost in transit.

For any further information, please send an email to:

For previous issues of Gnosis visit our website:

Charles Ng
Gnosis Editor-in-Chief
GPSA Treasurer
Concordia University, MA Philosophy
Philosophy Department
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal QC, Canada
H3G 1M8

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