The Journal of Philosophical Theological Research (JPTR) is an open-access double-blind peer-reviewed academic quarterly journal that publishes original research, written with an analytical approach in various philosophical areas such as Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Religion, Epistemology, Philosophy of Action, Ethics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, etc. The Journal of Philosophical Theological Research (JPTR) is a quarterly scientific publication of University of Qom. It is devoted to the publication of original articles, considering the research ethics and academic rules and regulations.
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|Title||Journal of Philosophical Theological Research|
|Variant Title||Pizhūhish/hā-yi falsafī- kalāmī|
|Journal Abbreviated Title
||J. Philos. Theo. Res.|
|Journal Title Acronym||JPTR|
|Alternate Persian Title||Faṣlnāmah-i pizhūhish/hā-yi falsafī- kalāmī|
Print ISSN: 1735-9791
Online ISSN: 2538-2500
Scopus Subject Area and Category:
Arts and Humanities
- Religious Studies
Web of Science Categories:
Philosophy | Religion | Theology.
- Philosophy of Mind.
- Philosophy of Religion.
- Philosophy of Action.
- Philosophy of Language.
- Philosophy of Science.
1999 - Vol. 1, No. 1 -
Zahra Khazaei, Ph.D.
|Place of Publication||
University of Qom,
Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion
Yes; Double-Blind Peer Review.
|Acceptance and Publication Time||
|Manuscript acceptance rate||
|Type of Access||
Open Access (OA)
|Type of License|
|Open Access Statement||
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|The Policy of Screening for Plagiarism||
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|Type of Publication (Processing Charges and Publication Charges)||
Publication fee ($20 for publication after acceptance. Publication charges for Iranian authors is 4,000,000 Iranian Rials.
Full-text access: Open Access
Organizational and institutional support, Donations
|Type of Material||
The Journal of Philosophical Theological Research (JPTR) is an open-access double-blind peer-reviewed academic quarterly journal that publishes original research, written with an analytical approach in various philosophical areas such as Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Religion, Epistemology, Philosophy of Action, Ethics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, etc. The Journal of Philosophical Theological Research (JPTR) is a quarterly scientific publication of the University of Qom. It is devoted to the publication of original articles, considering the research ethics and academic rules and regulations.
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|Data Sharing Policy||
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