- Contributions to the Internet Encyclopedia of Personalism are sought both by invitation from the editorial board and are also welcomed from qualified scholars (doctorate in philosophy or other relevant graduate degree in a related area) who have published peer reviewed work in the area of the proposed submission (e.g. peer reviewed academic/professional journals, books that have undergone standard peer review)
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- The general nature of contributions to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy is that of a reference work/overview of a particular topic area. This may include both specific content areas (e.g. Thomistic Personalism) or specific personalist authors (e.g. Jacques Maritain, Emmanuel Mounier, Dietrich von Hildebrand, John Macmurray, Randall Auxier etc.). As such, the entry does not argue a specific philosophical or theological point, as would be seen, for example, in a standard academic journal, but rather seeks to provide a balanced overview to a given area.
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